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2018SI19      Eur.Phys.J. A 54, 109 (2018)

U.Singh, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, B.Kamys, Z.Rudy, S.K.Sharma

The predictive power of spallation models for isotopic cross sections

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(136Xe, x), E=1000 MeV/nucleon; calculated isotopic σ of IMFs with Z=3-56 using INCL++ coupled to ABLA07, GEM2, GEMINI++ and SMM. Compared to available data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2018-12546-x
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2017FI09      Phys.Rev. C 96, 064618 (2017)

M.Fidelus, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, SushilK.Sharma, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, for the PISA Collaboration

Non-equilibrium processes in p + Ag collisions at GeV energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag(p, X)1H/2H/3H/3He/4He/6He/6Li/7Li/8Li/9Li/7Be/9Be/10Be/10B/11B/12B, E=1.2, 1.9, 2.5 GeV; measured reaction products, double differential cross sections d2σ/dΩdE at seven angles using the beam from cooler synchrotron (COSY) of the Research Center in Julich; deduced reaction mechanism features from comparison with theoretical predictions using INCL4.6 code coupled to ABLA07, and GEMINI++, and GEM2, and SMM codes.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.064618
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2017SH21      Eur.Phys.J. A 53, 150 (2017)

S.K.Sharma, B.Kamys, F.Goldenbaum, D.Filges

Ranking and validation of spallation models for isotopic production cross sections of heavy residua

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(136Xe, x), E=500 MeV/nucleon; calculated isotopic σ (mass distributions), A-factor, both standardized and non-standardized H-factor and M-factors for elements of Z=41-56 using ABLA, GEM2, GEMINI and SMM codes. Compared to data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2017-12334-2
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2016SH20      Eur.Phys.J. A 52, 171 (2016)

S.K.Sharma, B.Kamys, F.Goldenbaum, D.Filges

Ranking and validation of the spallation models for description of intermediate mass fragment emission from p + Ag collisions at 480 MeV incident proton beam energy

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag(p, x), E=480 MeV; calculated intermediate mass fragments (6Li to 27Mg) σ(θ, E) using cascade code INCL4.6 combined with one of ABLA07, GEM2, GEMINI++, SMM; compared to published data; deduced reaction mechanisms, H- and M-factors for all intermediate mass fragments, ranking of model predictions.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2016-16171-5
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2014FI10      Phys.Rev. C 89, 054617 (2014)

M.Fidelus, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, H.Hodde, A.Jany, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, S.K.Sharma, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, for the PISA Collaboration

Sequential and simultaneous emission of particles from p + Al collisions at GeV energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Al(p, X), E=1.2, 1.9, 2.5 GeV; measured particle spectra, σ(E, θ) of p, d, t, 3,4,6He, 6,7,8,9Li, 7,9,10Be, 10,11B by ΔE-E method using detector telescopes at COSY synchrotron of Julich Research Center under PISA collaboration. Comparison with intranuclear cascade model coupled to evaporation, and to statistical multifragmentation models.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.054617
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2014SH21      Nucl.Data Sheets 119, 307 (2014)

S.K.Sharma, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, B.Kamys

Dependence and Influence of Projectile Energy and Target Mass on the Production of Light Charged Particles and Intermediate Mass Fragments in Proton Induced Reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 19C, 27Al, Ni, 108Ag, 197Au(p, x), E=1.2, 1.9, 2.5 GeV; measured charged particles up to A=8; deduced σ(θ, E); calculated σ(θ, E) using INCL4.6 cascade model for fast stage and SMM, ABLA07 and GEMINI++ for emission from residual.

doi: 10.1016/j.nds.2014.08.084
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2014SH36      Acta Phys.Pol. B45, 1963 (2014)

S.K.Sharma, B.Kamys, F.Goldenbaum, D.Filges

Validation of Spallation Models for p+Al Reactions at 180 MeV Incident Proton Beam Energy

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 27Al(p, X), E=180 MeV; measured reaction fragments; deduced σ and σ(θ) for fragment production. Comparison with theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.5506/APhysPolB.45.1963
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2010BU08      Phys.Rev. C 82, 034605 (2010)

A.Budzanowski, M.Fidelus, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, H.Hodde, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, A.Kowalczyk, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, for the PISA Collaboration

Comparison of nonequilibrium processes in p+Ni and p+Au collisions at GeV energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ni(p, X)p/d/t/3He/4He/6Li/7Li/8Li/7Be/9Be, 10Be/10B, 11B, E=1.2, 1.9, 2.5 GeV; measured particle spectra, double differential σ(E, θ). Comparison with data from 182Au+p system.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.82.034605
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2009BU11      Phys.Rev. C 80, 037603 (2009)

A.Buttkewitz, H.H.Duhm, F.Goldenbaum, H.Machner, W.Strauss

Fission studies with 140 MeV α particles

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag, 139La, 165Ho, 197Au(α, F), E=140 MeV; measured fission fragments and σ; deduced total kinetic energies, fragment masses, excitation function and binary fission probabilities. Comparison with previous studies.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.80.037603
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2009BU15      Phys.Rev. C 80, 054604 (2009)

A.Budzanowski, M.Fidelus, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, H.Hodde, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, A.Kowalczyk, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, for the PISA Collaboration

Variation of nonequilibrium processes in the p+Ni system with beam energy

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ni(p, p), (p, d), (p, t), (p, 3He), (p, α), (p, 6Li), (p, 7Li), (p, 7Be), (p, 9Be), (p, 10B), (p, 11B), E=175 MeV; measured σ and double differential σ(θ). Comparison with calculations using two-step microscopic model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.80.054604
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2008BU18      Phys.Rev. C 78, 024603 (2008)

A.Budzanowski, M.Fidelus, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, H.Hodde, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, A.Kowalczyk, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, and the PISA Collaboration

Competition of coalescence and "fireball" processes in nonequilibrium emission of light charged particles from p + Au collisions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Au(p, pX), (p, dX), (p, tX), (p, αX), (p, 3HeX), (p, X)6He/6Li/7Li/8Li/9Li/7Be/9Be/10Be/10B/11B/12B; E=1.2-1.9 GeV; analyzed σ(θ, E).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.78.024603
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2008NU01      Eur.Phys.J. A 38, 115 (2008)

K.Nunighoff, Ch.Pohl, S.Koulikov, F.Cantargi, H.Conrad, D.Filges, H.Gluckler, F.Goldenbaum, R.Granada, G.Hansen, T.Matzerath, N.Paul, S.Petriw, H.Schaal, H.Soltner, H.Stelzer, W.Ninaus, M.Wohlmuther

Neutron experiments with cryogenic methane hydrate and mesitylene moderators

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Hg(p, nX), E=1.3 GeV; measured spallation neutron spectra, effects of methane hydrate and mesitylene moderators. Comparison with Monte Carlo simulation.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2008-10661-y
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2007BU17      Phys.Rev. C 76, 014618 (2007)

A.Bubak, A.Budzanowski, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, A.Heczko, H.Hodde, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, A.Kowalczyk, E.Kozik, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, W.Migdal, N.Paul, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, M.Puchala, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, P.Wustner, for the PISA Collaboration

Non-equilibrium emission of complex fragments from p + Au collisions at 2.5 GeV proton beam energy

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.76.014618
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2006BO14      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A562, 733 (2006)

V.Bollini, A.Bubak, A.Budzanowski, J.Cugnon, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, A.Heczko, H.Hodde, L.Jarczyk, B.Kamys, M.Kistryn, St.Kistryn, St.Kliczewski, A.Kowalczyk, P.Kulessa, H.Machner, A.Magiera, W.Migdal, K.Nunighoff, N.Paul, B.Piskor-Ignatowicz, K.Pysz, Z.Rudy, R.Siudak, M.Wojciechowski, E.Kozik

Light charged particle and intermediate mass fragment cross-sections in GeV proton-induced reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ni(p, X), E=1.9 GeV; measured fragment yields, spectra.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2006.02.034
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2006HE02      Nucl.Phys. A765, 426 (2006)

C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, V.G.Tishchenko, J.Galin, A.Letourneau, A.Peghaire, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, L.Pienkowski, W.U.Schroder, J.Toke

Charged-particle evaporation and pre-equilibrium emission in 1.2 GeV proton-induced spallation reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Al, Ti, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zr, Ag, Ho, Ta, W, Au, Pb, Th(p, X), E=1.2 GeV; measured light charged particle production σ, σ(E, θ), multiplicities, neutron multiplicities; deduced role of pre-equilibrium emission. Intra-nuclear cascade and statistical evaporation model analysis, NESSI detector.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2005.10.014
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2006HE16      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A562, 729 (2006)

C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, V.G.Tishchenko, J.Galin, A.Letourneau, A.Peghaire, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, L.Pienkowski, W.U.Schroder, J.Toke

Systematic investigation of 1.2-GeV proton-induced spallation reactions on targets between Al and U

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Al, Ti, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zr, Ag, Ho, Ta, W, Au, Pb, Th(p, X), E=1.2 GeV; measured neutron and light charged particle multiplicities, inelastic σ.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2006.02.033
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2006MA26      Phys.Rev. C 73, 044606 (2006)

H.Machner, D.G.Aschman, K.Baruth-Ram, J.Carter, A.A.Cowley, F.Goldenbaum, B.M.Nangu, J.V.Pilcher, E.Sideras-Haddad, J.P.F.Sellschop, F.D.Smit, B.Spoelstra, D.Steyn

Isotopic production cross sections in proton-nucleus collisions at 200 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 27Al, 59Co, 197Au(p, X), E=200 MeV; measured intermediate mass fragments isotopic production σ, σ(E, θ).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.73.044606
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2005TI12      Phys.Rev.Lett. 95, 162701 (2005)

V.Tishchenko, C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, A.Letourneau, W.-U.Schroder

Fast Decision in Favor of the Slow Fission Process

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Au, Bi, U(p, X), E=2.5 GeV; measured light particle multiplicities, fission fragments, σ; deduced fission probability vs excitation energy for excited target-like nuclei. Comparison with statistical-model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.162701
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2004NU04      Eur.Phys.J. A 22, 519 (2004)

K.Nunighoff, Ch.Pohl, V.Bollini, A.Bubak, H.Conrad, D.Filges, H.Gluckler, F.Goldenbaum, G.Hansen, B.Lensing, R.-D.Neef, N.Paul, D.Prasuhn, K.Pysz, H.Schaal, H.Soltner, H.Stelzer, H.Tietze-Jaensch, W.Bernnat, J.Keinert, M.Mattes, W.Ninaus, S.Koulikov, A.Smirnov, M.Wohlmuther

Ice moderator experiments at very low temperatures: Comparison of experimental data with Monte Carlo simulations using new scattering law data S(α, βT)

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Hg(p, nX), E=1.3 GeV; measured spallation neutron spectra, effects of ice moderator. Comparison with Monte Carlo simulation.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2004-10060-6
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2003JA07      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A508, 295 (2003)

U.Jahnke, C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, V.Tishchenko, J.Galin, A.Letourneau, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, F.Goldenbaum, L.Pienkowski

A combination of two 4π detectors for neutrons and charged particles. Part I. The Berlin neutron ball - a neutron multiplicity meter and reaction detector

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Pb(p, X), E=0.8-2.5 GeV; 238U(20Ne, X), E=290 MeV; Cu, Ho, Au, U(p-bar, X), E=1.2 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity distributions.

doi: 10.1016/S0168-9002(03)01652-8
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2002LE32      Nucl.Phys. A712, 133 (2002)

A.Letourneau, A.Bohm, J.Galin, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, M.Enke, C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, V.Tishchenko, D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, R.D.Neef, K.Nunighoff, N.Paul, G.Sterzenbach, L.Pienkowski, J.Toke, U.Schroder

Composite-particle emission in the reaction p + Au at 2.5 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(p, X), E=2.5 GeV; measured light charged particle spectra, neutron and light charged particle multiplicities, yields; deduced excitation energy distribution. 197Au(p, pX), (p, dX), (p, tX), (p, 3HeX), (p, αX), (p, 6LiX), (p, 7LiX), E=2.5 GeV; measured σ(E, θ), σ. Spallation reaction, comparison with coalescence model predictions.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(02)01133-8
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2001FI16      Eur.Phys.J. A 11, 467 (2001)

D.Filges, F.Goldenbaum, M.Enke, J.Galin, C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, A.Letourneau, B.Lott, R.-D.Neef, K.Nunighoff, N.Paul, A.Peghaire, L.Pienkowski, H.Schaal, U.Schroder, G.Sterzenbach, A.Tietze, V.Tishchenko, J.Toke, M.Wohlmuther

Spallation Neutron Production and the Current Intra-Nucler Cascade and Transport Codes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS W, Hg, Pb(p, X), E=1.2-2.5 GeV; measured neutron and reaction probability for thick targets. Au(p, X), E=0.4-2.5 GeV; calculated pions, neutrons and protons multiplicities and kinetic energies. Systematic comparison of different computer codes. Application to radioactive nuclei production discussed.

doi: 10.1007/s100500170058
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2001LO04      Phys.Rev. C63, 034616 (2001)

B.Lott, F.Goldenbaum, A.Bohm, W.Bohne, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, J.Galin, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, J.Jastrzebski, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, L.Pienkowski, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid

Thermal Excitation and Decay of Nuclei from Antiproton-Nucleus Interactions at 1.22 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C, Cu, Y, 92,100Mo, 107Ag, Sn, 165Ho, 197Au, Bi, 238U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured light charged particle, intermediate mass fragment, neutron multiplicities, spectra, excitation energy distributions. 197Au, 238U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured fission probability, fragment kinetic energy distributions. Comparisons with model predictions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.63.034616
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2000LE31      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. B170, 299 (2000)

A.Letourneau, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, M.Enke, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, K.Nunighoff, D.Filges, R.D.Neef, N.Paul, H.Schaal, G.Sterzenbach, A.Tietze

Neutron Production in Bombardments of Thin and Thick W, Hg, Pb Targets by 0.4, 0.8, 1.2, 1.8 and 2.5 GeV Protons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS W, Hg, Pb(p, nX), E=0.4, 0.8, 1.2, 1.8, 2.5 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity distributions, yield vs target thickness. Comparison with model prediction. Application to neutron source discussed.

doi: 10.1016/S0168-583X(00)00259-7
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2000PI02      Phys.Lett. 472B, 15 (2000)

L.Pienkowski, W.Bohne, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, J.Jastrzebski, B.Lott, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid

Vaporization and Multifragmentation in the Reaction 1.2 GeV (p-bar) + Cu and Ag

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Cu, Ag(p-bar, X), E=1.2 GeV; measured particle energy, (particle)(particle)-coin, excitation energy and mass distributions, particle multiplicities, ratio of vaporization to reaction σ. Intranuclear cascade and statistical model calculations.

doi: 10.1016/S0370-2693(99)01410-0
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2000VO14      Eur.Phys.J. A 8, 197 (2000)

T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, Ye.S.Golubeva, M.Hasinoff, D.Hilscher, A.S.Iljinov, U.Jahnke, M.Krause, W.Kurcewicz, X.Ledoux, B.Lott, L.Maier, M.Manrique de Lara, G.Pausch, L.Pienkowski, B.Quednau, W.Schott, W.U.Schroder, J.Toke

Neutrons Produced by 1.22 GeV Antiproton Interactions with Nuclei

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Al, Cu, Ag, Ho, Ta, Au, Pb, Bi, U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured neutron production σ(En, θ); deduced fast and evaporated neutron multiplicities, source temperatures, mass dependence effect.

doi: 10.1007/s100500070106
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1999EN04      Nucl.Phys. A657, 317 (1999)

M.Enke, C.-M.Herbach, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, O.Schapiro, A.Letourneau, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, D.Filges, R.-D.Neef, K.Nunighoff, N.Paul, H.Schaal, G.Sterzenbach, A.Tietze, L.Pienkowski

Evolution of a Spallation Reaction: Experiment and Monte Carlo Simulation

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Fe, Ta, W, 197Au, Hg, Pb, U(p, X), E=1.2, 1.8 GeV; measured reaction σ, neutrons, H, He production σ, σ(E), σ(θ); deduced pre-equilibrium emission, other reaction mechanism features. Comparison with Monte Carlo simulation.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(99)00345-0
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1999GO09      Phys.Rev.Lett. 82, 5012 (1999); Erratum Phys.Rev.Lett. 83, 2094 (1999)

F.Goldenbaum, M.Morjean, J.Galin, E.Lienard, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, Y.Perier, M.Chevallier, D.Dauvergne, R.Kirsch, J.C.Poizat, J.Remillieux, C.Cohen, A.L'Hoir, G.Prevot, D.Schmaus, J.Dural, M.Toulemonde, D.Jacquet

Fission Time Evolution with Excitation Energy from a Crystal Blocking Experiment

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Si(238U, X), E=24 MeV/nucleon; measured projectile-like fragments fission T1/2 vs excitation energy. Crystal target, blocking technique.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.5012
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1999JA14      Phys.Rev.Lett. 83, 4959 (1999)

U.Jahnke, W.Bohne, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, J.Jastrzebski, B.Lott, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, L.Pienkowski, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid

Prevalence of Fission and Evaporation in the Decay of Heavy Nuclei Excited Up to 1000 MeV with Energetic Antiprotons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 165Ho, 197Au, 238U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured fission fragments, heavy residues kinetic energy vs excitation energy, intermediate mass fragments multiplicity; deduced fission, heavy residue production probabilities. Comparison with statistical model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.4959
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1999LO22      Nucl.Phys. (Supplement) A654, 803c (1999)

B.Lott, W.Bohne, J.Eades, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, H.Fuchs, J.Galin, K.Gulda, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, J.Jastrzebski, W.Kurcewicz, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, L.Pienkowski, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid, P.Ziem

Formation and Decay of Nuclei Heated with High-Energy Antiprotons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au, 238U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured fission probability and intermediate mass fragment vs excitation energy. Absence of multifragmentation discussed.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(00)88550-4
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1999PI10      Nucl.Phys. A655, 269c (1999)

L.Pienkowski, W.Bohne, J.Eades, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, H.Fuchs, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, Ye.S.Golubeva, K.Gulda, D.Hilscher, A.S.Iljinov, U.Jahnke, J.Jastrzebski, W.Kurcewicz, B.Lott, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid, P.Ziem

Decay of Hot Nuclei Formed with Energetic Antiprotons (PS208)

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ho, 197Au, U(p-bar, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity, fragment mass distributions, fission probability.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(99)00212-2
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1998HI21      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A414, 100 (1998)

D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, F.Goldenbaum, L.Pienkowski, J.Galin, B.Lott

Neutron Production by Hadron-Induced Spallation Reactions in Thin and Thick Pb and U Targets from 1 to 5 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Pb(p, X), (π+, X), U(p, X), E=1.22-4.15 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity distributions vs incident energy, target thickness. Pb, U(p, X), (π+, X), Pb(p-bar, X), (d, X), (π-, X), (K+, X), E ≈ 1-5 GeV; measured mean neutron multiplicity; deduced neutron production mechanism features. Implications for spallation neutron source discussed.

doi: 10.1016/S0168-9002(98)00531-2
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1998LO20      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A414, 117 (1998)

B.Lott, F.Cnigniet, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, A.Lienard, A.Peghaire, Y.Perier, X.Qian

Neutron Multiplicity Distributions for 200 MeV Proton-, Deuteron- and 4He-Induced Spallation Reactions in Thick Pb Targets

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Pb(p, X), E=197 MeV; Pb(d, X), E=188 MeV; Pb(α, X), E=214 MeV; measured neutron multiplicity distributions; deduced mean multiplicity per incident particle, secondary production contribution. Thick targets. Implications for spallation neutron source discussed.

doi: 10.1016/S0168-9002(98)00532-4
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1998MO05      Nucl.Phys. A630, 200c (1998)

M.Morjean, M.Chevallier, C.Cohen, D.Dauvergne, J.Dural, J.Galin, F.Goldenbaum, D.Jacquet, R.Kirsch, E.Lienard, B.Lott, A.Peghaire, Y.Perier, J.C.Poizat, G.Prevot, J.Remillieux, D.Schmaus, M.Toulemonde

Fission Lifetime Measured by the Blocking Technique as a Function of Excitation Energy in the 24 A.MeV 238U + 28Si Reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 28Si(238U, X), E=24 MeV/nucleon; measured projectile-like fragments fission T1/2 vs excitation energy. Blocking technique.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(97)00757-4
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1997PI09      Phys.Rev. C56, 1909 (1997)

L.Pienkowski, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, J.Galin, B.Lott

Neutron Multiplicity Distributions for 1.94 to 5 GeV/c Proton-, Antiproton-, Pion-, Kaon-, and Deuteron-Induced Spallation Reactions on Thin and Thick Targets

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Pb, U(p, X), E=1.22-4.15 GeV; Ag, 165Ho, 197Au(p, X), E=1.22 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity distributions; Pb(p, X), (p-bar, X), (π+, X), (π-, X), (d, X), (K+, X), E=1-6 GeV; measured mean neutron multiplicity. Comparison to intra-, internuclear cascade model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.56.1909
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1997SC27      Z.Phys. A359, 27 (1997)

S.Schmid, W.Schmid, F.J.Hartmann, T.von Egidy, D.Hilscher, W.Bohne, P.Figuera, F.Goldenbaum, U.Jahnke, D.Polster, P.Ziem, J.Galin, B.Lott, M.Morjean, A.Peghaire, B.Quednau, K.Gulda, J.Jastrzebski, W.Kurcewicz, L.Pienkowski, G.Pausch, J.Eades, A.S.Iljinov, M.V.Mebel

Probability of Fission Induced by 1.2 GeV Antiprotons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U, 232Th, 209Bi, 197Au, 165Ho, 119Sn, Ag, 100Mo, 89Y, Cu(p-bar, F), E=1.2 GeV; measured annihilation σ, absolute fission probability vs fragment mass, neutron multiplicity, fission fragment folding angle distributions. Monte Carlo calculations. 4π neutron, particle detectors.

doi: 10.1007/s002180050363
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1996GO25      Phys.Rev.Lett. 77, 1230 (1996)

F.Goldenbaum, W.Bohne, J.Eades, T.von Egidy, P.Figuera, H.Fuchs, J.Galin, Ye.S.Golubeva, K.Gulda, D.Hilscher, A.S.Iljinov, U.Jahnke, J.Jastrzebski, W.Kurcewicz, B.Lott, M.Morjean, G.Pausch, A.Peghaire, L.Pienkowski, D.Polster, S.Proschitzki, B.Quednau, H.Rossner, S.Schmid, W.Schmid, P.Ziem

Heating of Nuclei with Energetic Antiprotons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Cu, Ho, 197Au, U(p-bar, X), E=1.2 GeV; measured neutron multiplicity vs charged particle multiplicity, excitation energy distribution; deduced nuclei decay mechanism.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.1230
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1995FI04      Z.Phys. A352, 315 (1995)

P.Figuera, W.Bohne, B.Drescher, F.Goldenbaum, D.Hilscher, U.Jahnke, B.Lott, L.Pienkowski, P.Ziem

Maximum Excitation Energy in Fusion-Evaporation Reactions from Light Particle Multiplicity Measurements in 32S + 58Ni at 25 MeV/A

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 58Ni(32S, X), E=25 MeV/nucleon; measured (light particle)(evaporation residue)-coin; deduced system maximum excitation energy.

doi: 10.1007/BF01289504
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1995VO14      Z.Naturforsch. 50a, 1077 (1995)

T.von Egidy, F.J.Hartmann, S.Schmid, W.Schmid, K.Gulda, J.Jastrzebski, W.Kurcewicz, P.Lubinski, L.Pienkowski, A.Trzcinska, D.Hilscher, W.Bohne, F.Goldenbaum, U.Jahnke, D.Polster, H.Rossner, A.S.Iljinov, D.I.Ivanov, M.V.Mebel, V.G.Nedorezov, A.S.Sudov, J.Eades, S.Neumaier

Nuclear Physics with Antiprotons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(p-bar, X), E at rest; 197Au(p-bar, X), E=1.2 GeV; 197Au(p, X), E=1, 6 GeV; compiled, reviewed residuals yields vs mass number. 234U(p-bar, F), E at rest; 234U(p-bar, F), E=fast; measured neutron spectra following fission; deduced absolute fission probabilities.


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