In this paper, light charged particle emission in the evaporation residue channel for the 190 MeV40 Ar +27 Al reaction leading to67 Ga composite nuclei at Ex = 91 MeV and angular momentum up to 46 ¯h has been re-analyzed. The main goal was to study the decay of67 Ga on the basis of an extended set of observables in order to provide a description of the evaporative decay cascades using the multistep Monte Carlo approach. The proton and α-particle energy spectra along with their angular distributions and ratios of differential multiplicities have been considered. The measured observables were compared with statistical model calculations. Having used a single-step Monte Carlo approach and standard parameters decades ago, the model does not provide a good description of the full dataset. Only a subset of the data was reproduced by assuming emitting nuclei with very large deformed shapes in a previous work published in the late 1980s. In the reported analysis, better agreement has been observed. Using the new transmission coefficients from the Optical Model, the parameters of which have recently been derived, the multi-step approach and the introduction of a nuclear shape description based on the nuclear stratosphere allowed us to realize a significant improvement.

The New Physics in LILITA_N21: An Improved Description of the Reaction 190 MeV40 Ar +27 Al

Di Nitto A.
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Davide F.;Vardaci E.;Bianco D.;La Rana G.;Mercogliano D.
2022

Abstract

In this paper, light charged particle emission in the evaporation residue channel for the 190 MeV40 Ar +27 Al reaction leading to67 Ga composite nuclei at Ex = 91 MeV and angular momentum up to 46 ¯h has been re-analyzed. The main goal was to study the decay of67 Ga on the basis of an extended set of observables in order to provide a description of the evaporative decay cascades using the multistep Monte Carlo approach. The proton and α-particle energy spectra along with their angular distributions and ratios of differential multiplicities have been considered. The measured observables were compared with statistical model calculations. Having used a single-step Monte Carlo approach and standard parameters decades ago, the model does not provide a good description of the full dataset. Only a subset of the data was reproduced by assuming emitting nuclei with very large deformed shapes in a previous work published in the late 1980s. In the reported analysis, better agreement has been observed. Using the new transmission coefficients from the Optical Model, the parameters of which have recently been derived, the multi-step approach and the introduction of a nuclear shape description based on the nuclear stratosphere allowed us to realize a significant improvement.
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