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- Margarit Rizea, Veerle Ledoux, Marnix Van Daele, Guido Vanden Berghe, Nicolae Carjan
- Computer Physics Communications
- 2008

- Nicolae Carjan, Margarit Rizea, Dan Strottman
- Computer Physics Communications
- 2005

Based on a single particle model which describes the time evolution of the wave function during tunneling across a one dimensional potential barrier we study the proton decay of 208Pb from excited states with non-vanishing angular momentum l. Several quantities of interest in this process like the decay rate λ, the period of oscillation Tosc, the transient… (More)

An extension of the s tat is t ica l model for the study of very excited nuclei is presented. The temperature and angular momentum dependences of the fission barriers are obtained in a l iqu id drop picture. I t provides us with the relevant potential landscapes for some col lect ive variables which evolve during the decay according to a generalized… (More)

- T. A. Bredeweg, R. Yanez, +6 authors N. Carjan
- 2002

Intermediate mass fragments ~IMFS! ~IMF: 3<Z IMF<20) observed in coincidence with two correlated fission fragments following incomplete fusion in C1Th at E/A516 and 22 MeV are investigated. IMFs emitted prior to significant deformation of the fissioning system, as well as IMFs emitted near scission, are distinguished based upon their characteristic kinetic… (More)

In previous papers we studied the properties of the scission neutrons using two approaches: one stationary (the sudden approximation) and one time-dependent. The latter approach involves more complicated calculations but it is more realistic. In the frame of this approach we extend now our calculations to the time evolution of quantities such as: the… (More)

- N. Carjan
- 2007

At a certain finite neck radius during the descent of a fissioning nucleus from the saddle to the scission point, the attractive nuclear forces can no more withstand the repulsive Coulomb forces producing the neck rupture and the sudden absorption of the neck stubs by the fragments. At that moment, the neutrons, although still characterized by their… (More)

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