The elastic-scattering, neutron transfer and projectile break-up channels have been studied for the reaction He-6 + Zn-64 at energies around the Coulomb barrier. The results show a very large break-up and transfer cross-section corresponding to the largest fraction of the total reaction cross-section. No evidence of threshold anomaly emerged from the elastic-scattering optical-model analysis.

The elastic-scattering, neutron transfer and projectile break-up channels have been studied for the reaction He-6 + Zn-64 at energies around the Coulomb barrier. The results show a very large break-up and transfer cross-section corresponding to the largest fraction of the total reaction cross-section. No evidence of threshold anomaly emerged from the elastic-scattering optical-model analysis.

Light-particle emission in the reaction He-6+Zn-64 around the Coulomb barrier

P. FIGUERA;F. AMORINI;G. CARDELLA;S. CHERUBINI;A. MUSUMARRA;M. PAPA;M. G. PELLEGRITI;F. RIZZO;
2003-01-01

Abstract

The elastic-scattering, neutron transfer and projectile break-up channels have been studied for the reaction He-6 + Zn-64 at energies around the Coulomb barrier. The results show a very large break-up and transfer cross-section corresponding to the largest fraction of the total reaction cross-section. No evidence of threshold anomaly emerged from the elastic-scattering optical-model analysis.
The elastic-scattering, neutron transfer and projectile break-up channels have been studied for the reaction He-6 + Zn-64 at energies around the Coulomb barrier. The results show a very large break-up and transfer cross-section corresponding to the largest fraction of the total reaction cross-section. No evidence of threshold anomaly emerged from the elastic-scattering optical-model analysis.
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