MANGANARO, MARINA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 1.392
EU - Europa 1.082
AS - Asia 179
SA - Sud America 1
Totale 2.654
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 1.392
SE - Svezia 375
IE - Irlanda 329
CN - Cina 167
UA - Ucraina 113
DE - Germania 90
FI - Finlandia 55
GB - Regno Unito 54
IT - Italia 41
BE - Belgio 24
IN - India 11
AT - Austria 1
CL - Cile 1
SG - Singapore 1
Totale 2.654
Città #
Dublin 329
Chandler 299
Jacksonville 257
Nyköping 223
Beijing 79
Ann Arbor 76
Ashburn 75
Dearborn 75
Princeton 64
Cambridge 54
Medford 54
Des Moines 45
Boardman 38
Woodbridge 29
Brussels 24
Lancaster 18
Houston 16
Shenyang 14
San Mateo 13
Messina 11
Pune 11
Jinan 9
Wilmington 9
Haikou 8
Washington 8
Nanjing 7
Hebei 6
Nanchang 6
Seattle 6
Tianjin 6
Taizhou 5
Hangzhou 4
Norwalk 4
Tappahannock 4
Guangzhou 3
Hefei 2
Jiaxing 2
Los Angeles 2
Ningbo 2
Quzhou 2
Zhengzhou 2
Ascoli Piceno 1
Changsha 1
Dover 1
Gastonia 1
Hanover 1
Kunming 1
Lanzhou 1
Lappeenranta 1
Largo 1
Phoenix 1
Redmond 1
Rome 1
Taranto 1
The Bronx 1
Vienna 1
Totale 1.916
Nome #
Investigation on the quasifission process bytheoretical analysis of experimental data of fissionlikereaction products 75
EXPECTATIONS AND LIMITS TO SYNTHESIZENUCLEI WITH Z $ge$ 120 72
NEW EXPERIMENTAL METHOD OF INVESTIGATION THERARE NUCLEAR TRANSFORMATIONS ACCOMPANYINGATOMIC PROCESSES: BREMSSTRAHLUNG EMISSION INSPONTANEOUS FISSION OF 252Cf 72
Bremsstrahlung emission of photons accompanying ternary fission of 252Cf 71
BREMSSTRAHLUNG EMISSION ACCOMPANYING DECAYSAND SPONTANEOUS FISSION OF HEAVY NUCLEI 66
Bremsstrahlung emission accompanying α-decay of deformed nuclei 63
DYNAMIC-STATISTICAL APPROACH TO THEDESCRIPTION OF THE INDUCED FISSIONIN WIDE EXCITATION ENERGY RANGE 62
Angular anisotropy of the fusion-fission and quasifission fragments 60
Appearance Of Nuclear Shell Effects And Initial Charge (Mass) Asymmetry In The Formation Of Products Of Heavy Ion Collisions 60
Investigation of high energy γ-rays accompanyingspontaneous fission of 252 Cf in double and tripleneutron-γ coincidences 60
Comparison Of The Fusion-Fission And Quasifission Mechanisms In Heavy-Ion Collisions 59
BEAM ASYMMETRY $\Sigma$ OF THE $\pi^-$ PHOTOPRODUCTIONOFF NEUTRON 59
Bremsstrahlung emission of high energy accompanying spontaneous fission of 252Cf 58
Beam asymmetry Sigma measurements of pi(-) photoproduction on neutrons 58
Bremsstrahlung emission accompanying the alpha-decay of Po-214 57
Competition between fusion-fission and quasifission processes in S-32+W-184 reaction 57
$eta$ photoproduction in Hydrogen and Deuterium 57
Bremsstrahlung emission accompanying alpha-decay of deformed nuclei 56
Bremsstrahlung emission accompanying α-decay of deformed nuclei 55
Comparison of the Characteristics of the Fusion-Fissionand Quasifission Products in Reactions with Heavy Ions 54
Bremsstrahlung emission during alpha-decay of 226Ra 53
Role of the orientation angles of reacting nuclei in evaporation residue production 53
Competition between fusion-fission and quasifission processes in the S-32+W-184 reaction 53
Analysis of yields of fusion-fission and quasifission fragments in heavy ion collisions 51
Investigation of the role of the projectile-target orientation angles on the evaporation residue production 50
Quasifission and difference in formation of evaporation residues in the O-16+W-184 and F-19+Ta-181 reactions 49
Limits on Light-Speed Anisotropies from Compton Scattering of High-Energy Electrons 49
The tracks of burial ointments on the Shroud of Turin 49
Dynamics of dinuclear system formation and itsdecay in heavy ion collisions 49
Role of the target orientation angle and orbital angular momentum in the evaporation residue production 48
Quasifission and fusion-fission in reactions with massive nuclei: Comparison of reactions leading to the Z=120 element 48
DATA ANALYSIS AND EVENT IDENTIFICATION OF THE $\gamma + n \rightarrow \pi^- + p$ REACTION 48
MECHANISMS PRODUCING FISSIONLIKE BINARYFRAGMENTS IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS 48
FIRST MEASUREMENT OF THE $Sigma$ BEAM ASYMMETRY IN $eta$ PHOTOPRODUCTION ON NEUTRON 47
Fusion-fission and quasifission competition in the32S+184W reaction 47
Radiation of bremsstrahlung accompanying the -decay of heavy nuclei 46
Vertex identification of events in photonuclear reactions by cylindrical multiwire proportional chambers 46
Latest results from GRAAL collaboration 44
PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON η' PHOTOPRODUCTIONAT GRAAL 44
Mixing of fusion-fission and quasifission products inreaction with massive nuclei 43
Complete photo-production experiments 41
ω PHOTOPRODUCTION AT GRAAL 41
The interaction between radiation and the Linen of Turin 40
DYNAMIC APPROACH TO ANALYSIS OF ANGULARDISTRIBUTIONS OF FISSION ANDQUASIFISSION FRAGMENTS 39
PHOTOPRODUCTION OF $\pi^0\pi^+$ ON THE PROTON AND DEUTERON AT $E_\gamma = 0.7 - 1.5$ GEV 37
Dynamic Model of Mass–Angular Correlationsof QuasiFission Fragments 37
Role of the entrance channel dynamics on the evaporation residue formation 34
Studies of heavy ion reactions around Coulomb barrier 34
Analysis of theη′photoproduction off the proton and preliminary beam asymmetry results at the GRAAL experiment 33
Recent results from the GRAAL and LEGS beams 31
Influence of the projectile-target orientation angles on the production of residue nuclei 30
Beam asymmetry Σ in η′ photoproduction off the proton at the GRAAL experiment 30
Results from polarized experiments at LEGS and GRAAL 29
Measurement of Sigma beam asymmetry in pi(0) photoproduction off the neutron in the second and third resonances region 26
Totale 2.678
Categoria #
all - tutte 9.572
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 9.572


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/20194 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
2019/2020482 70 22 4 48 2 78 58 49 22 51 72 6
2020/2021361 52 1 86 35 8 47 3 20 0 39 36 34
2021/2022338 3 39 1 19 9 1 14 9 3 5 104 131
2022/20231.017 81 85 49 103 67 109 3 72 425 2 19 2
2023/2024205 23 42 12 22 21 42 5 23 1 13 1 0
Totale 2.678