Data from an experiment on the Au197+Au197 reaction at 23AMeV are analyzed with an aim to find signatures of exotic nuclear configurations such as toroid-shaped objects. The experimental data are compared with predictions of the etna code, dedicated to look for such configurations, and with the quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) model. A novel criterion of selecting events possibly resulting from the formation of exotic freeze-out configurations, "the efficiency factor," is tested. Comparison between experimental data and model predictions may indicate the formation of flat and/or toroidal nuclear systems.

Data from an experiment on the Au-197 + Au-197 reaction at 23A MeV are analyzed with an aim to find signatures of exotic nuclear configurations such as toroid-shaped objects. The experimental data are compared with predictions of the ETNA code, dedicated to look for such configurations, and with the quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) model. A novel criterion of selecting events possibly resulting from the formation of exotic freeze-out configurations, "the efficiency factor," is tested. Comparison between experimental data and model predictions may indicate the formation of flat and/or toroidal nuclear systems.

Data from an experiment on the +197Au 197Au reaction at 23 A MeV are analyzed with an aim to find signatures of exotic nuclear configurations such as toroid-shaped objects. The experimental data are compared with predictions of the etna code, dedicated to look for such configurations, and with the quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) model. A novel criterion of selecting events possibly resulting from the formation of exotic freeze-out configurations, "the efficiency factor," is tested. Comparison between experimental data and model predictions may indicate the formation of flat and/or toroidal nuclear systems.

Freeze-out configuration properties in the +197Au 197Au reaction at 23 A MeV

Amorini F;Geraci E;Pagano A;Politi G;Rizzo F;Russotto P;
2015

Abstract

Data from an experiment on the Au197+Au197 reaction at 23AMeV are analyzed with an aim to find signatures of exotic nuclear configurations such as toroid-shaped objects. The experimental data are compared with predictions of the etna code, dedicated to look for such configurations, and with the quantum molecular dynamics (QMD) model. A novel criterion of selecting events possibly resulting from the formation of exotic freeze-out configurations, "the efficiency factor," is tested. Comparison between experimental data and model predictions may indicate the formation of flat and/or toroidal nuclear systems.
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