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Stochastic features of dissipative large-amplitude dynamics and nuclear fission

@inproceedings{VMKolomietz2021StochasticFO,
  title={Stochastic features of dissipative large-amplitude dynamics and nuclear fission},
  author={V.M.Kolomietz and S.V.Radionov},
  year={2021}
}
Abstract Within a density matrix approach for nuclear many–body system, it is derived non–Markovian Langevin equations of motion for nuclear collective parameters, where memory effects are defined by memory time. The developed stochastic approach is applied to study both the nuclear descent from fission barrier to a scission point and thermal diffusive overcoming of the barrier. The present paper is partly a review of our results obtained earlier and contains new results on the non– Markovian… 

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