The interaction of loosely bound (Sp = 600 keV) 17F ions with a 208Pb target was studied at Elab = 86MeV, below the Coulomb barrier, by measuring the differential cross-section for the quasielastic scattering and the cross-section for the exclusive breakup process 17F → 16O + p. The small reaction and exclusive breakup cross-sections confirm the small reactivity of this system, even at low energy, and indicates that the 17F small binding energy plays a minor role in the reaction dynamics.

Interaction of 17F with a 208Pb target below the Coulomb barrier / C., Signorini; D., Pierroutsakou; B., Martin; M., Mazzocco; T., Glodariu; R., Bonetti; A., Guglielmetti; LA COMMARA, Marco; M., Romoli; Sandoli, Mario; Vardaci, Emanuele; H., Esbensen; F., Farinon; P., Molini; C., Parascandolo; F., Soramel; S., Sidortchuk; L., Stroe. - In: THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL. A, HADRONS AND NUCLEI. - ISSN 1434-6001. - STAMPA. - A44:(2010), pp. 63-69. [10.1140/epja/i2010-10934-x]

Interaction of 17F with a 208Pb target below the Coulomb barrier

LA COMMARA, MARCO;SANDOLI, MARIO;VARDACI, EMANUELE;
2010

Abstract

The interaction of loosely bound (Sp = 600 keV) 17F ions with a 208Pb target was studied at Elab = 86MeV, below the Coulomb barrier, by measuring the differential cross-section for the quasielastic scattering and the cross-section for the exclusive breakup process 17F → 16O + p. The small reaction and exclusive breakup cross-sections confirm the small reactivity of this system, even at low energy, and indicates that the 17F small binding energy plays a minor role in the reaction dynamics.
2010
Interaction of 17F with a 208Pb target below the Coulomb barrier / C., Signorini; D., Pierroutsakou; B., Martin; M., Mazzocco; T., Glodariu; R., Bonetti; A., Guglielmetti; LA COMMARA, Marco; M., Romoli; Sandoli, Mario; Vardaci, Emanuele; H., Esbensen; F., Farinon; P., Molini; C., Parascandolo; F., Soramel; S., Sidortchuk; L., Stroe. - In: THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL. A, HADRONS AND NUCLEI. - ISSN 1434-6001. - STAMPA. - A44:(2010), pp. 63-69. [10.1140/epja/i2010-10934-x]
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