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Output year order : Descending NSR database version of May 22, 2024. Search: Author = G.Sarkar Found 6 matches. 2022KO03 Phys.Rev. C 105, 014607 (2022) E.M.Kozulin, G.N.Knyazheva, I.M.Itkis, M.G.Itkis, Y.S.Mukhamejanov, A.A.Bogachev, K.V.Novikov, V.V.Kirakosyan, D.Kumar, T.Banerjee, M.Cheralu, M.Maiti, R.Prajapat, R.Kumar, G.Sarkar, W.H.Trzaska, A.N.Andreyev, I.M.Harca, A.Mitu, E.Vardaci Fission of ^{180, 182, 183}Hg^{*} and ^{178}Pt^{*} nuclei at intermediate excitation energies NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{142}Nd(^{36}Ar, F)^{178}Pt^{*}, E=158, 169, 181 MeV; ^{144}Sm(^{36}Ar, F)^{180}Hg^{*}, E=158, 181 MeV; ^{142,143}Nd(^{40}Ca, F)^{182}Hg^{*}/^{183}Hg^{*}, E=158, 169, 181 MeV; measured binary reaction products in coincidence mode using the double-arm time-of-flight spectrometer CORSET, consisting of a compact start detector and a position-sensitive stop detector of microchannel plates at the U400 cyclotron Flerov laboratory of Nuclear Reactions, Dubna; deduced mass-energy distributions of fission fragments at energies near and above the Coulomb barrier, mass-total kinetic energy (M-TKE) distribution contours of primary binary fragments, mass yields, fission fragments mass yields, asymmetric fission of preactinide nuclei, existence of well-deformed proton shell at Z≈36 and a less deformed proton shell at Z≈46. Comparison with previous experimental results.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.014607
2022SA43 Int.J.Mod.Phys. E31, 2250094 (2022) G.Sarkar, A.Kaur, M.Maiti, M.K.Sharma A theoretical study on the impact of centrifugal potential and fragment identification in the decay of compound nuclei (A_{CN} = 60 and 100) NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{48}Ca(^{48}Ca, X)^{96}Zr, E(cm)=59.55 MeV; ^{64}Ni(^{34}S, X)^{98}Ru, E(cm)=62.84 MeV; ^{26}Mg(^{34}S, X)^{60}Ni, E(cm)=33.50 MeV; ^{27}Al(^{35}Cl, X)^{62}Zn, E(cm)=71.60 MeV; analyzed available data; deduced variation of fragmentation potential as a function of fragment mass number using two theoretical frameworks, dynamical cluster-decay model (DCM) and PACE4.
doi: 10.1142/S021830132250094X
2021BO22 Phys.Rev. C 104, 024623 (2021) A.A.Bogachev, E.M.Kozulin, G.N.Knyazheva, I.M.Itkis, M.G.Itkis, K.V.Novikov, D.Kumar, T.Banerjee, I.N.Diatlov, M.Cheralu, V.V.Kirakosyan, Y.S.Mukhamejanov, A.N.Pan, I.V.Pchelintsev, R.S.Tikhomirov, I.V.Vorobiev, M.Maiti, R.Prajapat, R.Kumar, G.Sarkar, W.H.Trzaska, A.N.Andreyev, I.M.Harca, E.Vardaci Asymmetric and symmetric fission of excited nuclei of ^{180, 190}Hg and ^{184, 192, 202}Pb formed in the reactions with ^{36}Ar and ^{40, 48}Ca ions NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{144}Sm(^{36}Ar, X)^{180}Hg^{*}, E=158, 181 MeV; ^{154}Sm(^{36}Ar, X)^{190}Hg^{*}, E=158, 181 MeV; ^{144}Sm(^{40}Ca, X)^{184}Pb^{*}, E=180, 190 MeV; ^{144}Sm(^{48}Ca, X)^{192}Pb^{*}, E=182, 188, 202 MeV; ^{154}Sm(^{48}Ca, X)^{202}Pb^{*}, E=173, 183, 194 MeV; measured binary reaction products in coincidence mode from the excited states of the compound nuclei using the double-arm time-of-flight spectrometer CORSET at the U400 cyclotron facility of Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions (FLNR), Dubna; deduced mass-total kinetic energy (TKE) distributions of binary fragments, mass and TKE distributions of fission fragments, contributions of symmetric and asymmetric fissions, well deformed proton shell at Z≈36 and less deformed proton shell at Z≈46.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.024623
2021KU16 Eur.Phys.J. A 57, 209 (2021) R.Kumar, M.Maiti, G.Sarkar, M.Sagwal, P.Kaur, R.Prajapat, T.N.Nag, S.Sodaye Study of excitation functions and insights into the reaction mechanisms of ^{6}Li fusion in Cu NUCLEAR REACTIONS Cu(^{6}Li, X)^{66}Ge/^{67}Ge/^{69}Ge/^{65}Ga/^{66}Ga/^{67}Ga/^{68}Ga/^{62}Zn/^{63}Zn/^{65}Zn, E=3.6-7.1 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced σ. Comparison with PACE4, EMPIRE-3.2.2 and ALICE20 calculations.
doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-021-00520-w
2021SA41 Nucl.Phys. A1015, 122305 (2021) G.Sarkar, N.Grover, M.K.Sharma, M.Maiti Decay aspects of the compound nuclei formed via CF and ICF path in ^{12}C + ^{52}Cr reaction NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{52}Cr(^{12}C, X)^{64}Zn, E(cm)=41.84-71.20 MeV; analyzed available data; deduced compound system preformation probability. Complete fusion (CF) and incomplete fusion (ICF) channel.
doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2021.122305
2020CH47 Phys.Rev. C 102, 064606 (2020) A.Chauhan, R.Prajapat, G.Sarkar, M.Maiti, R.Kumar, Malvika, Gonika, J.Gehlot, S.Nath, A.Parihari, N.Madhavan Evaporation residue cross section in the ^{37}Cl + ^{68}Zn fusion reaction near the Coulomb barrier NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{68}Zn(^{37}Cl, X), (^{37}Cl, 4n)^{101}Ag, (^{37}Cl, 5n)^{100}Ag, (^{37}Cl, 3np)^{101}Pd, (^{37}Cl, 4np)^{100}Pd, (^{37}Cl, 5np)^{99}Pd, (^{37}Cl, nα)^{100}Rh, (^{37}Cl, 2nα)^{99}Rh, (^{37}Cl, 3nα)^{98}Rh, (^{37}Cl, 4nα)^{97}Rh, (^{37}Cl, 2npα)^{98}Ru, (^{37}Cl, 3npα)^{97}Ru, E=94.8-138.9 MeV; measured recoiling evaporation residues (ERs), time-of-flight using the recoil mass spectrometer HIRA at the 15UD Pelletron accelerator facility of IUAC-New Delhi; deduced two-dimensional mass spectrum, fusion σ(E), total ER σ(E) for the production of individual residual nuclei, fragmentation potentials. Comparison with theoretical calculations using CCFULL code for coupled channel model, PACE4 code for statistical model, DCM code for non-statistical model.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.064606
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