Studies of heavy element multi-nucleon transfer reactions using radioactive decay analysis of the 136​Xe + ​198​Pt reaction at a center of target lab energy of​ 777 MeV (5.7MeV/A) Public Deposited

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  • Recent experiments have advanced the current understanding of multi-nucleon transfer(MNT) reactions. Within nuclear science, most nuclear reaction experiments consist of a stationary target material, that is then bombarded by a moving projectile. Overall nuclear reactions can be used to produce a desired isotope. In the case of this particular study of MNT reactions, the resulting products of the reaction can be determined through radioactive decay, and then studied further. MNT reaction experiments are of interest due to the ability to synthesize and study heavy nuclei at the limits of stability, as well as to compare and evaluate models and predictions for said heavy systems.
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