Evidence for nonequilibrium proton emission in a low-energy heavy-ion reaction

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1999
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Correlation functions for p-p, p-d, p-α, d-α, and α-α were measured for the 16O+27Al system at a beam energy of 72 MeV. The detector array was centered at laboratory angle of 20°. Compared to published data obtained at larger scattering angles, an unexpected dependence on angle is seen for the p-p channel. The observed anticorrelation is stronger at more forward angles, which suggests that correlation functions are sensitive to the specific reaction mechanisms producing the light-charged particles.
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DeYoung, P. A., et al. “Evidence for Nonequilibrium Proton Emission in a Low-Energy Heavy-Ion Reaction.” Physical Review C, vol. 61, no. 2, American Physical Society, Dec. 1999
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