Production mechanism of proton-rich actinide isotopes in fusion reactions and via multinucleon transfer processes

@article{Chen2020ProductionMO,
  title={Production mechanism of proton-rich actinide isotopes in fusion reactions and via multinucleon transfer processes},
  author={P. Chen and Fei Niu and Zhao-Qing Feng},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2020},
  volume={102},
  pages={014621}
}
Within the framework of the dinuclear system model, the reaction mechanism for producing the proton-rich actinide isotopes $Z=93--100$ near the proton drip line is thoroughly investigated in the fusion reactions with $^{24}\mathrm{Mg}, ^{28}\mathrm{Si}, ^{32}\mathrm{S}, ^{36,40}\mathrm{Ar}$, and $^{40}\mathrm{Ca}$ bombarding the target nuclei $^{181}\mathrm{Ta}, ^{180}\mathrm{W}, ^{185}\mathrm{Re}, ^{184}\mathrm{Os}, ^{191}\mathrm{Ir}, ^{190}\mathrm{Pt}, ^{197}\mathrm{Au}, ^{196}\mathrm{Hg… Expand

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