The CHIMERA detector is a powerful array to study heavy ions collisions in a large dynamical range from low to Fermi energy. A summary of its characteristics and the applied identification methods is reported. In particular, we highlight the relevance of the ToF technique in the reaction products identification process. Among the many experiments realized by using the CHIMERA detector since 2000, in this work we present the results of the ISODEC experiment, a recent study on the neutron-poor 78Kr+40Ca and the neutron-rich 86Kr+48Ca systems, at 10 AMeV. For these reactions, we analyzed the fusion-evaporation and fission-like processes, and their dependence on the isospin, that is expected to play a crucial role in the onset of these processes.

ToF in heavy ion reaction: CHIMERA detector and ISODEC experiment

Trimarchi M.
2020

Abstract

The CHIMERA detector is a powerful array to study heavy ions collisions in a large dynamical range from low to Fermi energy. A summary of its characteristics and the applied identification methods is reported. In particular, we highlight the relevance of the ToF technique in the reaction products identification process. Among the many experiments realized by using the CHIMERA detector since 2000, in this work we present the results of the ISODEC experiment, a recent study on the neutron-poor 78Kr+40Ca and the neutron-rich 86Kr+48Ca systems, at 10 AMeV. For these reactions, we analyzed the fusion-evaporation and fission-like processes, and their dependence on the isospin, that is expected to play a crucial role in the onset of these processes.
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