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2024MU02      J.Radioanal.Nucl.Chem. 333, 1559 (2024)

R.S.Mukhin, A.V.Isaev, A.V.Andreev, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, H.M.Devaraja, B.Gall, K.Hauschild, I.N.Izosimov, A.A.Kuznetsova, A.Lopez-Martens, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Yu.A.Popov, A.Rahmatinejad, B.Sailaubekov, T.M.Shneidman, E.A.Sokol, A.I.Svirikhin, M.S.Tezekbayeva, A.V.Yeremin

Analysis of the shape of multiplicity distributions of prompt neutrons emitted in spontaneous fission

RADIOACTIVITY 253,254,255,256,257,258,259,260,261,262Rf, 252,253,254,255,256,257,258,259,260,261,262Lr, 249,250,251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258,259,260,261No, 245,246,247,248,249,250,251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258,259Md, 243,244,245,246,247,248,249,250,251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258,259Fm(SF); analyzed available data; deduced the prompt neutron multiplicity distribution (PNMD) emitted is the spontaneous fission (SF), shape of the PNMD helps to achieve the information according the dynamic of the SF.

doi: 10.1007/s10967-023-09164-0
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2024PA17      Phys.Rev. C 109, 044601 (2024)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Excitation-energy dependence of fission-fragment neutron multiplicity in the improved scission-point model

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.109.044601
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2023IS03      Phys.Lett. B 843, 138008 (2023)

A.V.Isaev, R.S.Mukhin, A.V.Andreev, Z.Asfari, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, H.M.Devaraja, O.Dorvaux, B.Gall, K.Hauschild, I.N.Izosimov, A.A.Kuznetsova, A.Lopez-Martens, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Yu.A.Popov, A.Rahmatinejad, B.Sailaubekov, T.M.Shneidman, E.A.Sokol, A.I.Svirikhin, M.S.Tezekbayeva, A.V.Yeremin, N.I.Zamyatin

Structure of the prompt neutron multiplicity distribution in the spontaneous fission of 256Rf

RADIOACTIVITY 256Rf(SF), (α) [from 208Pb(50Ti, X), E=237 MeV];measured fission products, En, In, TOF; deduced neutron multiplicity distribution, alpha decay branching ratio and T1/2. Prompt neutron multiplicity study in the superheavy element region. SHELS separator, U-400 cyclotron, the Flerov laboratory at JINR.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2023.138008
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2023PA05      Phys.Rev. C 107, 024603 (2023)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Excitation-energy dependence of the fission-fragment neutron-excess ratio

RADIOACTIVITY 250Cf(SF); calculated charge and total kinetic energy distributions resulting from fission of 250Cf excited to 46 MeV energy, average number of neutron per one fission fragment. 250Cf, 240Pu(SF); calculated neutron-excess ratio in fragments. Calculation in the framework of scission-point model, where the scission configurations are dinuclear systems with two touching individual nuclei (fragments). Comparison to experimental data on fission of 240Pu [from 12C(238U, 10Be), E*=9 MeV] and 250Cf [from 12C(238U, X), E*=46 MeV].

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 239Pu(n, F), E=0.5 MeV; calculated primary mass distribution, average number of neutrons emitted by one of the fragments. 12C(238U, X)238U*, E*=7.4 MeV; 12C(238U, X)240Pu*, E*=10.7 MeV; 12C(238U, X)244Cm*, E*=23 MeV; 12C(238U, X)250Cf*, E*=46 MeV; calculated neutron-excess ratio in fission fragments, fission fragments charge distribution. Comparison to experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.024603
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2023PA21      Phys.Rev. C 108, 014613 (2023)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Influence of the transition from symmetric to asymmetric fission mode on the average total kinetic energy and neutron multiplicity

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U(n, F), E=thermal;239Pu(n, F), E=0.5 MeV;222,224,226,228,230Th(γ, F), E*=11 MeV; calculated average numbers of neutrons emitted per fission event, neutron multiplicities, charge and mass distributions of fission fragments, average total kinetic energies. Comparison to experimental data.

RADIOACTIVITY 230Th, 236U, 244,252Cf, 240Pu(SF); calculated average numbers of neutrons emitted per fission event, neutron multiplicities, charge and mass distributions of fission fragments, average total kinetic energies. Comparison to experimental data.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 236U; calculated potential energy surface for the binary fragmentation.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.014613
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2023PA43      Int.J.Mod.Phys. E32, 2340005 (2023)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Fission within dinuclear system approach

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 180,182Hg, 190Hg, 198Hg, 250,251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258Fm, 250,251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258No, Pb, Rn, Th, U, Cf; calculated fission properties with the improved scission-point statistical model based on the dinuclear system approach.

doi: 10.1142/S0218301323400050
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2022IS05      Eur.Phys.J. A 58, 108 (2022)

A.V.Isaev, R.S.Mukhin, A.V.Andreev, M.A.Bychkov, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, H.M.Devaraja, O.Dorvaux, M.Forge, B.Gall, K.Hauschild, I.N.Izosimov, K.Kessaci, A.A.Kuznetsova, A.Lopez-Martens, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Yu.A.Popov, A.Rahmatinejad, B.Sailaubekov, T.M.Shneidman, E.A.Sokol, A.I.Svirikhin, D.A.Testov, M.S.Tezekbayeva, A.V.Yeremin, N.I.Zamyatin, K.Sh.Zhumadilov

Prompt neutron emission in the spontaneous fission of 246Fm

RADIOACTIVITY 246Fm(SF) [from 208Pb(40Ar, X), E=183 MeV]; measured decay products, En, In; deduced neutron yields, nubar, spontaneous fission branching ratio, T1/2. Tikhonov method of statistical regularisation. FLNR JINR using the SHELS separator and the SFiNx detection system, the U-400 cyclotron.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-022-00761-3
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2022JH01      Phys.Rev. C 106, 044607 (2022)

A.Jhingan, C.Schmitt, A.Lemasson, S.Biswas, Y.H.Kim, D.Ramos, A.N.Andreyev, D.Curien, M.Ciemala, E.Clement, O.Dorvaux, B.De Canditiis, F.Didierjean, G.Duchene, J.Dudouet, J.Frankland, G.Fremont, J.Goupil, B.Jacquot, C.Raison, D.Ralet, B.-M.Retailleau, L.Stuttge, I.Tsekhanovich, A.V.Andreev, S.Goriely, S.Hilaire, J.-F.Lemaitre, P.Moller, K.-H.Schmidt

178Hg and asymmetric fission of neutron-deficient pre-actinides

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 54Fe(124Xe, X)178Hg; E=4.3 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, fission fragments, (fragment)(fragment)-coin; deduced total kinetic energy distribution, post-neutron (after neutron emission) and pre-neutron (before emission) mass distribution. Comparison to other experimental data in particular with 180Hg and 178Pt fission. Obtained pre-neutron mass-distribution is compared with four different calculations: the dynamical Brownians%hape motion (BSM) model, the microscopic scission point model (SPY2), the improved macromicroscopic scission point model (SPM), and the semiempirical GEneral Fission (GEF) model. VAMOS++ heavy-ion magnetic spectrometer with new SEcond Detection (SED) arm for coincident pair fragment detection at GANIL.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.044607
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2021IS09      Phys.Part. and Nucl.Lett. 18, 449 (2021)

A.V.Isaev, A.V.Andreev, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, I.N.Izosimov, A.A.Kuznetsova, O.N.Malyshev, R.S.Mukhin, A.G.Popeko, Y.A.Popov, T.M.Shneidman, E.A.Sokol, A.I.Svirikhin, M.S.Tezekbayeva, A.V.Yeremin, N.I.Zamyatin, P.Brionnet, O.Dorvaux, B.Gall, K.Kessaci, A.Sellam, K.Hauschild, A.Lopez-Martens, S.Antalic, P.Mosat

Comparative Study of Spontaneous-Fission Characteristics of 252No and 254No Isotopes

RADIOACTIVITY 252,254No(SF) [from 206,208Pb(48Ca, X), E=215 MeV]; measured decay products; deduced T1/2, total kinetic energies of fission fragments, and prompt-neutron multiplicities (nubars). SHELS separator, Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions (JINR).

doi: 10.1134/S1547477121040087
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2021PA27      Phys.Rev. C 104, 014604 (2021)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Simultaneous description of charge, mass, total kinetic energy, and neutron multiplicity distributions in fission of Th and U isotopes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 222,226,230Th, 230,234U(γ, F), E*=11 MeV; calculated charge, mass, total kinetic energy (TKE), and neutron multiplicity distributions of fission fragments, and correlations between these parameters using the improved scission-point model in the general framework of dinuclear system (DNS) model; deduced influence of transition from symmetric to asymmetric fission mode. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.014604
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2020PA22      Phys.Rev. C 101, 064604 (2020)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Examination of coexistence of symmetric mass and asymmetric charge distributions of fission fragments

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 144Sm(36Ar, F)180Hg*, E*=33.4, 48, 65.8 MeV; 142Nd(40Ca, F)182Hg*, E*=33, 58, 75 MeV; 154Sm(36Ar, F)190Hg*, E*=56, 62.4, 70.5 MeV; 194Pt(α, F)198Hg*, E*=49 MeV; 154Sm(48Ca, F)202Pb*, E*=49, 57, 95 MeV; calculated mass and charge distributions, potential energies and deformations of fission fragments from fission of compound nuclei in excited states using the improved scission-point model. Comparison with available experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.064604
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2019AN02      Phys.Rev. A 99, 013422 (2019)

A.V.Andreev, A.B.Savel'ev, S.Yu.Stremoukhov, O.A.Shoutova

Nuclear isomer excitation in 229Th atoms by superintense laser fields

ATOMIC PHYSICS 229Th; analyzed available data; deduced that the rate of isomeric state excitation can be enhanced significantly with respect to other nucleus excitation processes in laser plasma or by an external coherent source at the resonance wavelength.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.99.013422
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2019PA36      Phys.Rev. C 99, 064611 (2019)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Change of the shape of mass and charge distributions in fission of Cf isotopes with excitation energy

RADIOACTIVITY 250,252,254,256Cf(SF); calculated fission fragment mass and charge distributions using the improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 249Cf(n, F), E=thermal; 248,250,252,254,256Cf; induced fission at excitation energies of 0, 15, 25, 35, 45, 46, 55, 65 MeV; calculated fission fragment mass and charge distributions, scission configurations, average light fragment mass and charge, and peak to valley ratio of fission fragment mass and charge distributions. Statistical scission-point fission model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.064611
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2019SV01      Phys.Part. and Nucl.Lett. 16, 768 (2019)

A.I.Svirikhin, A.V.Andreev, A.V.Yeremin, N.I.Zamyatin, I.N.Izosimov, A.V.Isaev, A.N.Kuznetsov, A.A.Kuznetsova, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Y.A.Popov, E.A.Sokol, M.S.Tezekbayeva, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, T.M.Schneidman, B.Andel, S.Antalic, A.Bronis, P.Mosat, B.Gall, O.Dorvaux, B.M.Retailleau, K.Hauschild, A.Lopez-Martenz, P.Chauveau, E.Stefanova, D.Tonev

Prompt Neutrons from Spontaneous 254Rf Fission

doi: 10.1134/S1547477119060311
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2018AN08      Bull.Rus.Acad.Sci.Phys. 82, 736 (2018)

A.V.Andreev, A.A.Afonin, Yu.M.Burmistrov, S.V.Zuyev, E.S.Konobeevski, M.V.Mordovskoy, E.V.Pletnikov

Composition of Radioactive and Nonradioactive Elements in Samples of Atmospheric Aerosols and Near-Earth Surface Precipitation

doi: 10.3103/S1062873818060047
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2018PA01      Nucl.Phys. A969, 226 (2018)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Transitions between symmetric and asymmetric modes in the region of heavy actinides

RADIOACTIVITY 242,244,246,248,250,250,252,254,256Cf, 250,252,254,256Fm, 250,252,254No(SF); calculated fragment mass distributions, fragment charge distribution. Compared with available data. Scission point fission model.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2017.10.001
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2018PA14      Phys.Rev. C 97, 034621 (2018)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Charge distributions of fission fragments of low- and high-energy fission of Fm, No, and Rf isotopes

RADIOACTIVITY 254,256,258,260,264Fm, 258,260,262,264No, 262,264,266Rf(SF); calculated mass and charge distribution of fission fragments using statistical scission-point fission model. Comparison with available experimental data.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 254,256,258,260,264Fm(n, F), E=thermal; calculated mass and charge distribution of fission fragments. 254,256,258,260,264Fm; induced fission at excitation energies of 15, 25, 35, 50 MeV; 258,260,262,264No; induced fission at excitation energies of 25, 50 MeV; 262,264,266Rf; induced fission at excitation energies of 20, 50 MeV; calculated mass and charge distribution of fission fragments. Statistical scission-point fission model. Comparison with available experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.034621
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2018PA25      Phys.Rev. C 98, 014624 (2018)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, D.Lacroix

Toward an understanding of the anomaly in charge yield of Mo and Sn fragments in the fission reaction 238U (n, f)

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(n, F), E=1.5, 1.97, 2.7 MeV; calculated yields of fission fragments with Z=30-62 using improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data, and with GEF theoretical predictions. Discussed possible explanation for anomaly in charge yields of Mo and Sn fragments.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014624
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2018PA32      Eur.Phys.J. A 54, 104 (2018)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Suggestion for examination of a role of multi-chance fission

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(n, F), E=32.8, 45.3, 59.9 MeV; calculated fragment mass distribution without employing multi-chance fission assumption. Compared to data.

RADIOACTIVITY 218,220,222,224,226,228Th, 240U, 244Pu(SF); calculated (excited nuclei, E*=15-60 MeV) fission fragments charge, mass distribution without employing multi-chance fission assumption. Compared to data. 240U(SF); calculated (excited nucleus, E*=55 MeV) fission fragments charge, mass distribution considering multi-chance fission assumption. Compared to data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2018-12545-y
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2018PA35      Nucl.Phys. A977, 1 (2018)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Induced fission modes of Fermium and Nobelium isotopes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 254,256,258,260Fm(n, f), E=thermal, E*=15 MeV;254,256,258,260Fm260(SF);262,264No(n, f), E=thermal, E*=25, 50 MeV;262,264No(SF); calculated mass distribution using spontaneous and thermal-neutron-induce fission model. Compared with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2018.05.008
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2018SV02      Bull.Rus.Acad.Sci.Phys. 82, 632 (2018)

A.I.Svirikhin, A.V.Yeremin, A.V.Andreev, I.N.Izosimov, A.V.Isaev, A.N.Kuznetsov, A.A.Kuznetsova, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Y.A.Popov, E.A.Sokol, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, T.M.Schneidman, B.Gall, O.Dorvaux, P.Brione, K.Hauschild, A.Lopez-Martenz, K.Rezynkina, S.Mullins, P.Jones, P.Mosat, B.Andel, Z.Kalaninova, M.Z.Asfari, N.Yoshihiro, J.Piot, E.Stefanova, D.Tonev

Short-Lived Isotopes of Transfermium Elements: Studying Characteristics of Spontaneous Fissioning

RADIOACTIVITY 256Rf, 250,252No(SF)[reaction created]; calculated formation of isotopes vs energy; compared with data (short- and long-lived isomers separately).

COMPILATION 236,238,240,242,244Pu, 242,244,246,248,250Cm, 249Bk, 246,250,252,254Cf, 244,246,256,258Fm, 250,252No, 256Rf, 258,260Md, 268Db(SF); 250,250m,252No; compiled average number of emitted neutrons accompanying spontaneous fission vs TKE; calculated spontaneous fission fragments TKE; compared with data.

doi: 10.3103/S1062873818060308
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2017PA05      Acta Phys.Pol. B48, 431 (2017)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Physical Origin of the Transition from Symmetric to Asymmetric Fission Fragment Charge Distribution

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 204,206,208Rn, 210,212,214,216,218Ra, 218,220,222,224,226,228Th, 230,232,234U(γ, f), E*≈11 MeV; calculated fission charge yields using improved scission-point model. Compared with available data.

doi: 10.5506/APhysPolB.48.431
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2017SV02      Phys.Part. and Nucl.Lett. 14, 571 (2017)

A.I.Svirikhin, A.V.Andreev, A.V.Yeremin, I.N.Izosimov, A.V.Isaev, A.N.Kuznetsov, A.A.Kuznetsova, O.N.Malyshev, A.G.Popeko, Y.A.Popov, E.A.Sokol, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, T.M.Schneidman, B.Gall, O.Dorvaux, P.Brione, K.Hauschild, A.Lopez-Martens, K.Rezynkina, S.Mullins, P.Jones, P.Mosat

Characteristics of spontaneous fission of 250No

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 204Pb(48Ca, xn), E=410-470 MeV; measured neutrons, fission fragments kinetic energy, TKEL, short-lived fragments; deduced σ vs E. 250No(SF), SF T1/2, average neutron multiplicity separately for each T1/2. 236,238,240,242,244Pu, 242,244,246,248,250Cm, 249Bk, 246,250,252,254Cf, 244,246,254,256,258Fm, 250,250m,252No, 256Rf, 258,260Md, 268Db; deduced, compiled systematics of average neutron multiplicity from SF (Spontaneous Fission) vs nucleus.

doi: 10.1134/S1547477117040161
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2016AN05      Phys.Rev. C 93, 034620 (2016)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Asymmetry of fission fragment mass distribution for Po and Ir isotopes

RADIOACTIVITY 194,196At(β+F), (ECF); calculated mass distributions of fission fragments for β-delayed fission of 194,196Po nuclei; deduced symmetric and asymmetric fission modes. Improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 185,187,189,191,193Ir; calculated mass distributions for the fission at excitation energy of 10 MeV at the saddle point. Improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data for 187,189Ir.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.034620
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2016PA21      Phys.Rev. C 93, 054602 (2016)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, Y.Kim

Energy dependence of mass, charge, isotopic, and energy distributions in neutron-induced fission of 235U and 239Pu

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U, 239Pu(n, F), E=thermal, 10-55 MeV; calculated mass, charge, isotopic, and kinetic-energy distributions of fission fragments. 214,218Ra, 230,232,238U(γ, F); calculated charge distributions. 238U(n, F), E=32.8, 45.3, 59.9 MeV; calculated mass distributions. Improved scission-point statistical model with dinuclear system (DNS) model for the fission observables. Comparison with available experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.054602
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2016PA46      Phys.Rev. C 94, 064614 (2016)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Unexpected asymmetry of the charge distribution in the fission of 222, 224Th at high excitation energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 218,220,222,224,226,228Th(E, F), E(*)=11 MeV; calculated charge distributions, driving potentials averaged over fragment mass number and deformations, components of the driving potentials, deformations of fragments. 222,224,226,228Th(E, F), E(*)=11, 35, 60 MeV; calculated charge distributions at different excitation energies of the initial compound nucleus, energy surfaces for 76,78,80,82,84,86,88,90,92,94Kr fragmentations. Improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.064614
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2016PA47      Eur.Phys.J. A 52, 369 (2016)

H.Pasca, A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Extraction of potential energy in charge asymmetry coordinate from experimental fission data

RADIOACTIVITY 212,214,216,218Ra, 218,220,222,224,226,228Th, 230,232,234U(SF); calculated fission fragment deformation vs charge using fit to the observed yields.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 222,224,226,228Th(γ, F), E not given; calculated potential energy surfaces, yields using observed charge distribution.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2016-16369-5
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2013AN19      Phys.Rev. C 88, 047604 (2013)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, A.N.Andreyev

Isospin dependence of mass-distribution shape of fission fragments of Hg isotopes

RADIOACTIVITY 180Tl(SF); calculated mass distributions in fission of 180Hg using improved scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 144Sm(36Ar, F)180Hg*, E(cm)=128, 136, 152, 200 MeV; 144Sm(40Ar, F)184Hg*, E(cm)=125.2, 133, 148.7, 172.2, 195.6 MeV; 174,176,178,182,186,188,190,192,194,196Hg; calculated mass distributions in induced fission using improved scission-point model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.88.047604
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2012AN11      Phys.Rev. C 86, 044315 (2012)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko

Mass distributions for induced fission of different Hg isotopes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 194Pt(α, F)198Hg*, E=50.4 MeV; 197Au(p, F)198Hg*, E=22.4 MeV; 144Sm(36Ar, F)180Hg*, 144Sm(40Ar, F)184Hg*, 148Sm(40Ar, F)188Hg*, 160Gd(32S, F)192Hg*, 160Gd(36S, F)196Hg*, E=10-30 MeV; calculated mass distribution, and mean total kinetic energy of fission fragments using the scission-point model. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.86.044315
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2012SH41      J.Phys.:Conf.Ser. 366, 012046 (2012)

T.M.Shneidman, A.V.Andreev, M.Sin, C.Massimi, G.Vannini, A.Ventura

Advanced fission models in nuclear data calculations

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 233U(n, F), E=0.5-20 MeV; calculated σ, fragments angular anisotropy using EMPIRE. Compared to data.

doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/366/1/012046
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2012SV02      Eur.Phys.J. A 48, 121 (2012)

A.I.Svirikhin, A.V.Andreev, V.N.Dushin, M.L.Chelnokov, V.I.Chepigin, M.Gupta, A.V.Isaev, I.N.Izosimov, D.E.Katrasev, A.N.Kuznetsov, O.N.Malyshev, S.Mullins, A.G.Popeko, E.A.Sokol, A.V.Yeremin

The emission of prompt neutrons from the spontaneous fission of 252No and 244Fm

RADIOACTIVITY 244Fm(SF)[from 206Pb(40Ar, 2n), E≈186 MeV];252No(SF)[from 206Pb(48Ca, 2n), E≈216 MeV]; measured spontaneous fission prompt En, In using 3He-filled counters, ER, fission fragments, Eα, Iα; calculated average TKE, average neutron multiplicity; deduced neutron multiplicity distribution, average neutron multiplicity. 244Fm deduced pre-neutron TKE.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2012-12121-7
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2008AD18      Int.J.Mod.Phys. E17, 2014 (2008)

G.G.Adamian, A.V.Andreev, N.V.Antonenko, W.Scheid

Binary and ternary fission within the statistical model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U(n, F)104Mo/132Sn/104Zr/132Te, E not given; calculated potential energy of scission configurations, fission products;32S(24Mg, X)56Ni, E not given; calculated charge distributions in induced ternary fission.

RADIOACTIVITY 252Cf(SF); 102Zr, 150Ce, 106Mo, 146Ba, 112Ru, 140Xe, 118Pd, 134Te; calculated spontaneous fission, cluster decay products kinetic energies, variances, mass yields.

doi: 10.1142/S0218301308011008
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2007AN28      Phys.Atomic Nuclei 70, 1649 (2007)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova, S.N.Kuklin, W.Scheid

Cluster aspects of binary and ternary fission

RADIOACTIVITY 256,258Fm(SF), 256,258,262No(SF); calculated kinetic energy and charge distribution of fission fragments using a statistical model.

doi: 10.1134/S1063778807090268
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2006AN06      Phys.Atomic Nuclei 69, 197 (2006); Yad.Fiz. 69, 219 (2006)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova, W.Scheid

Effects of Nuclear Deformation in Dinuclear Systems: Application to the Fission Process

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 102Zr, 108Mo, 132Sn; calculated surface energy, Coulomb energy, shell correction, potential energy vs deformation. 234U, 240Pu, 258Fm; calculated potential energy surfaces for dinuclear systems.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 234,236U, 240Pu, 250Cf(n, F), E=thermal; 232Th(γ, F), E not given; calculated fission fragments kinetic energies. Improved scission-point model.

RADIOACTIVITY 252Cf, 258Fm, 258No(SF); calculated fission fragments kinetic energies. Improved scission-point model.

doi: 10.1134/S1063778806020049
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2005AN32      Eur.Phys.J. A 26, 327 (2005)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova

Bimodality and charge splitting in fission of actinides

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U(n, F), E=thermal; calculated potential energy of scission configurations, deformation parameters, kinetic energies. 239Pu(n, F), E=thermal; calculated deformation parameters, kinetic energies. Comparison with data.

RADIOACTIVITY 258Fm(SF); calculated potential energy of scission configurations, deformation parameters, fission fragment kinetic energies and mass distributions. 256,258,262No, 256Fm, 252Cf(SF); calculated deformation parameters, kinetic energies. 258No(SF); calculated fission fragment kinetic energies and mass distributions. Comparison with data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2005-10179-x
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2004AN26      Eur.Phys.J. A 22, 51 (2004)

A.V.Andreev, G.G.Adamian, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova, W.Scheid

Possible explanation of fine structures in mass-energy distribution of fission fragments

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 232Th, 234,236U, 240Pu, 250,252Cf, 256No, 258Fm; calculated fission fragments mean kinetic energy, related features. Improved scission point model, comparison with data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2004-10017-9
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2003AD31      Acta Phys.Pol. B34, 2147 (2003)

G.G.Adamian, A.V.Andreev, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova, R.V.Jolos, W.Scheid, T.M.Shneidman

Dinuclear system phenomena in nuclear structure and nuclear reactions

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 146Ba, 148Nd, 222Ra, 242Pu; calculated level energies for alternating-parity states. 194Hg, 194Pb, 234,236,238U, 236,239,240Pu, 240Am, 230,231,233Th; calculated cluster states quadrupole moments, related features. Dinuclear system approach, comparison with data.


2003AD34      Acta Phys.Hung.N.S. 18, 311 (2003)

G.G.Adamian, A.V.Andreev, N.V.Antonenko, S.P.Ivanova, N.Nenoff, W.Scheid, T.M.Shneidman

Cluster Interpretation of Highly Deformed Nuclear States

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 194Hg, 194Pb, 236,238U, 236,239,240Pu, 240Am, 230,231,233Th, 234,236U; calculated superdeformed and hyperdeformed cluster configurations transition energies. Dinuclear system approach.

doi: 10.1556/APH.18.2003.2-4.32
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2002AN37      Hyperfine Interactions 143, 13 (2002)

A.V.Andreev, R.A.Chalykh

Nuclear Excitation by X-Ray Emission of Femtosecond Laser Plasma

doi: 10.1023/A:1024013029627
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2002AN38      Hyperfine Interactions 143, 23 (2002)

A.V.Andreev, O.V.Chutko, A.M.Dykhne, V.M.Gordienko, M.A.Joukov, P.M.Mikheev, E.V.Petrova, A.A.Rusanov, A.B.Savel'ev, E.V.Tkalya

Non-Linear Excitation and Decay of Low-Energy Nuclear Isomers Produced under Femtosecond Laser-Plasma Interaction

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 57Fe, 73Ge, 181Ta, 203Hg; analyzed levels, ICC, ionization effects. Role of plasma dynamics discussed.

doi: 10.1023/A:1024025432353
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1999AN16      Pisma Zh.Eksp.Teor.Fiz. 69, 343 (1999); JETP Lett. 69, 371 (1999)

A.V.Andreev, R.V.Volkov, V.M.Gordienko, P.M.Mikheev, A.B.Savelev, E.V.Tkalya, O.V.Chutko, A.A.Shashkov, A.M.Dykhne

Excitation of Tantalum-181 Nuclei in a High-Temperature Femtosecond Laser Plasma

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 181Ta(γ, γ')181mTa, E=low; measured Eγ, Iγ(t); deduced isomer excitation rate in laser-induced plasma, possible ionization effects.

doi: 10.1134/1.568036
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1998AN27      Bull.Rus.Acad.Sci.Phys. 62, 211 (1998)

A.V.Andreev, R.V.Volkov, V.M.Gordienko, P.M.Mikheev, A.B.Saveliev

The Possibility of Exciting a Low-Lying Level of 201Hg Isomer in the High-Temperature Femtosecond Plasma

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 201Hg(γ, X), E=1.56 keV; calculated probability for excitation of isomeric state in high-density plasma. Femtosecond laser-induced high-temperature plasma.


1990KR08      Hyperfine Interactions 59, 391 (1990)

V.I.Krylov, A.V.Andreev, V.Sechovsky, L.Havela

Magnetic Hyperfine Fields on 119Sn Nuclei in Uranium Compounds

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 119Sn(γ, γ), E=23.87 MeV; measured Mossbauer spectra; deduced magnetic hyperfine fields in Uranium compounds.

doi: 10.1007/BF02401255
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