Graziella Ferini

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Heavy Ion Collisions (HIC) represent a unique tool to probe the in-medium nuclear interaction in regions away from saturation and at high nucleon momenta. In this report we present a selection of reaction observables particularly sensitive to the isovector part of the interaction, i.e. to the symmetry term of the nuclear Equation of State (EoS) At low(More)
We show that the phenomenology of isospin effects on heavy ion reactions at intermediate energies (few AGeV range) is extremely rich and can allow a “direct” study of the covariant structure of the isovector interaction in the hadron medium. We work within a relativistic transport frame, beyond a cascade picture, consistently derived from effective(More)
The production/absorption rate of particles in compressed and heated asymmetric matter is studied using a Relativistic Mean Field (RMF ) transport model with an isospin dependent collision term. Just from energy conservation in the elementary production/absorption processes we expect to see a strong dependence of the yields on the basic Lorentz structure of(More)
We show that in collisions with neutron rich heavy ions at energies around the production threshold K and K yields might probe the isospin dependent part of the nuclear Equation of State (EoS) at high baryon densities. In particular we suggest the K/K ratio as a promising observable. Results obtained in a fully covariant relativistic transport approach are(More)
We show that in collisions with neutron-rich heavy ions at energies around the production threshold K0 and K+ yields probe the isospin-dependent part of the nuclear equation of state at high baryon densities. In particular, we suggest the K0/K+ ratio as a promising observable. Results obtained in a covariant relativistic transport approach are presented for(More)
The production/absorption rate of particles in compressed and heated asymmetric matter is studied using a Relativistic Mean Field (RMF ) transport model with an isospin dependent collision term. Just from energy conservation in the elementary production/absorption processes we expect to see a strong dependence of the yields on the basic Lorentz structure of(More)
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