W. D. TIAN, H. W. WANG, Y. G. MA, G. H. LIU, C. W. MA, Q. M. SU, T. Z. YAN, Y. SHI, X. Z. CAI, D. Q. FANG, J. G. CHEN, W. GUO (+21 others)
2010 International Journal of Modern Physics E  
Fragment yields of projectile fragmentation reactions using primary beams of 36,40 Ar at 50 MeV/nucleon on 64 Ni target have been measured. Fragment yields of different isotopes were obtained for Z ≥ 5 in RIBLL fragment seperator. We compare the extracted yields to the predictions of the empirical parametrization of fragmentation crosssections(EPAX) and Statistical Abration-Ablation model(SAA) considering the RIBLL separator transmission rate. Isotope yield ratios between these 2 reactions were
more » ... calculated, isoscaling parameters α and β, their dependence on fragment atomic number Z and neutron number N were calculated.
doi:10.1142/s0218301310015515 fatcat:pvmdwt4eo5eopj6xsbfbhxi6dy