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2022DA01      Phys.Rev. C 105, 014620 (2022)

O.I.Davydovska, V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Evaluation of the fission barrier values using the experimental values of the ratio Γf(E)/Γn(E)

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 180,181,182,184W, 185Re, 186,187,188,190Os, 189,191Ir, 192,193,194,196Pt, 195,197Au, 196,198,199,200Hg, 201Tl, 207,209Bi, 208,210,211,212Po, 213At; analyzed experimental data for ratios of fission widths Γf and neutron evaporation width Γn as function of thermal excitation energies of the compound nuclei using statistical approach for fission barrier heights. Comparison with the results of the macroscopic-microscopic finite-range liquid-drop model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.014620
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2022DE01      Phys.Lett. B 824, 136814 (2022)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Dependence of average total kinetic energy of fission fragments on excitation energy of fissioning nucleus

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 233,235,238U, 239Pu(n, F), E<100 MeV; analyzed available data. 234,236,239U, 240Pu; deduced average total kinetic energy of fission fragments using statistical model.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2021.136814
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2022DE02      Phys.Rev. C 105, 014616 (2022)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Dependence of average total kinetic energy of fission fragments on the excitation energy of the compound nucleus

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 233,235,238U, 239Pu(n, F), E=thermal; analyzed experimental data for average total kinetic energy (TKE) release of fission fragments on the excitation energy of 10-100 MeV for 234,236U, <500 MeV for 239U, and <300 MeV for 240Pu compound nuclei using a simple statistical model. Discussed origin of the energy dependence of the average total kinetic energy in neutron-induced fission.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.014616
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2021DE10      Eur.Phys.J. A 57, 129 (2021)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Calculation of fission fragment characteristics for the reactions nth + 235U and n14MeV+235U

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U(n, F), E thermal; 235U(n, F), E=14 MeV; calculated potential energy surfaces, radial dependence of α-nucleus potential, mass distributions of fission fragments using 3+4 and 4 body, the deformation energy and the ground-state deformation of fragments in the Strutinsky shell correction approach with the Cherpurnov parametrization of the Woods-Saxon potential. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-021-00433-8
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2021DE15      Chin.Phys.C 45, 044106 (2021)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Production of super-heavy nuclei in cold fusion reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(50Ti, X), (52Cr, X), (54Cr, X), (58Fe, X), (64Ni, X), (70Zn, X), (78Ge, X), E not given; calculated potential energy landscape as a function of the Z and deformation parameter.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/abdfc0
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2019DE01      Chin.Phys.C 43, 014101 (2019)

V.Yu.Denisov, O.A.Belyanovska, V.P.Khomenkov, I.Yu.Sedykh, K.M.Sukhyy

A simple description of the temperature dependence of the width of the fission-fragment mass yield in 197Au and 209Bi at intermediate energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au, 209Bi(γ, F), E=460-896 MeV; calculated the temperature dependence of the fission-fragment widths. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/43/1/014101
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2019DE26      Eur.Phys.J. A 55, 153 (2019)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Empirical relations for the fusion cross sections of heavy ions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(12C, x) to 124Sn(58Ni, x); compiled experimental σ for 85 even-even heavy-ion systems; calculated barrier height B, radius R, curvature hω using Wong formula; deduced formula parameters using fit to the data; calculated, estimated fusion σ, astrophysical S-factor, calculated surface deformation parameter of multipole vibrations of projectile and target nuclei, Q-values of K-neutron pickup or stripping processes, fusion σ for 85 reactions and E=2-164 MeV; 12,14,18C(12C, x), (14C, x)(18C, x), E=2-5.8 MeV; calculated astrophysical S-factor.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2019-12855-6
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2018DE28      Phys.Rev. C 98, 024601 (2018)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Calculation of the fission width of an excited nucleus with the fission barrier dependent on excitation energy

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 238Pu, 286Cn; calculated excitation energy dependent fission barrier with pairing, shell correction, and liquid-drop contributions, ratio of fission widths and Bohr-Wheeler fission widths of excited compound nuclei using Strutinsky shell correction prescription and the liquid-drop model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.024601
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2018DE41      Eur.Phys.J. A 54, 231 (2018)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Calculation of the ratio Γn(E)/Γf(E) in various approaches for the fission width

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 188Os, 210,212Po; calculated excited nuclei width for the neutron emission Γn(E) and that for fission Γf(E) vs E* using the Bohr-Wheeler approach (and also some other methods). Compared with available data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2018-12660-9
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2017DE01      Nucl.Phys. A958, 101 (2017)

V.Yu.Denisov, T.O.Margitych, I.Yu.Sedykh

Mass yields and kinetic energy of fragments from fission of highly-excited nuclei with A≤220

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE A≤220; calculated quadrupole, octupole, hexadecapole fragment deformation, Q vs mass number.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 142Nd(40Ca, F), E not given;144Sm(36Ar, F), E not given;182W(13C, F), E not given;184W(34S, F), E not given;186W(24Mg, F), E not given;194Pt(16O, F), E not given;197Au(α, F), E not given;208Pb(19F, F), E not given; calculated fission yields vs fragment mass using trajectory concept.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2016.11.007
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2017DE04      Phys.Rev. C 95, 014605 (2017)

V.Yu.Denisov, N.A.Pilipenko, I.Yu.Sedykh

Interaction of three fission fragments and yields of various ternary fragments

RADIOACTIVITY 252Cf(SF); calculated differences of the potentials for deformation parameters at the lowest barrier point for fission into 98Zr+22O+132Sn and 72Ni+48Ca+132Sn, dependence of total excitation energy of fragments for the triple spontaneous fission on the masses of the first and third, and first and second fragments, also at an excitation energy of 10 MeV. 250Cf(SF); calculated yield of probability per binary fission event of ternary particles, and compared with experimental data. Simple macroscopic model, with three collinear touching deformed fission fragments formed during the three-fragment fission after scission of necks.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.95.014605
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2017DE14      Nucl.Phys. A963, 15 (2017)

V.Yu.Denisov, I.Yu.Sedykh

Fission-fragment mass yields of highly excited nuclei with 119 ≤ A ≤ 218 produced in various reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au, 209Bi(γ, f), E=1000 MeV[from bremsstrahlung, stated γ energy is the end-point energy];139La, 165Ho, 197Au(α, f), E not given; calculated fission mass yields. 99Ru(20Ne, f), E=124 MeV;112Sn(12C, f), E=137 MeV;124Sn(20Ne, f), E=140 MeV;154Sm(35Cl, f), E=163.7 MeV;176Yb(28Si, f), E=189 MeV;181Ta(19F, f), E not given;184W(16O, f), E not given;184W28Si, f), E=166, 189 MeV;186W(20Ne, f), E=142, 174 MeV;198Pt, 197Au, 206Pb(12C, f), E not given;197Au(16O, f), E not given; calculated mass yield (in the case of 16O+184W also the charge distribution employing number of states of two-fragment systems at the saddle point. Compared with published data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2017.04.002
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2015DE20      Phys.Rev. C 92, 014602 (2015)

V.Yu.Denisov, O.I.Davidovskaya, I.Yu.Sedykh

Improved parametrization of the unified model for α decay and α capture

RADIOACTIVITY A=105-115(α); A=150-260(α); analyzed known ground-state-to-ground-state α-transition half-lives for 401 nuclides and determined parameters in the framework of unified model for α decay and α capture (UMADAC). Compared theoretical half-lives extracted from empirical parametrization with experimental values.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 40,44Ca, 59Co, 208Pb, 209Bi(α, X); analyzed α-capture cross sections in the framework of unified model for α decay and α capture (UMADAC).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.014602
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2011AL03      Phys.Rev. C 83, 024913 (2011)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, A.Budzanowski, W.Busza, A.Carroll, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, S.Gushue, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, G.A.Heintzelman, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, J.Katzy, N.Khan, J.Kotula, W.Kucewicz, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, D.McLeod, J.Michalowski, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, I.C.Park, H.Pernegger, C.Reed, L.P.Remsberg, M.Reuter, C.Roland, G.Roland, L.Rosenberg, J.Sagerer, P.Sarin, P.Sawicki, I.Sedykh, W.Skulski, C.E.Smith, S.G.Steadman, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, M.Stodulski, A.Sukhanov, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, B.Wadsworth, P.Walters, E.Wenger, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, A.H.Wuosmaa, B.Wyslouch

Charged-particle multiplicity and pseudorapidity distributions measured with the PHOBOS detector in Au + Au, Cu + Cu, d + Au, and p + p collisions at ultrarelativistic energies

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.83.024913
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2010AL01      Phys.Rev.Lett. 104, 062301 (2010)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, W.Busza, A.Carroll, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, M.Hauer, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, N.Khan, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, H.Seals, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, B.Wyslouch

High Transverse Momentum Triggered Correlations over a Large Pseudorapidity Acceptance in Au + Au Collisions at √ sNN = 200 GeV

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.062301
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2010AL04      Phys.Rev. C 81, 024904 (2010)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, R.Bindel, W.Busza, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, K.Gulbrandsen, J.Hamblen, I.Harnarine, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, J.L.Kane, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, E.Richardson, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, A.Szostak, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, D.Willhelm, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, S.Wyngaardt, B.Wyslouch

System size dependence of cluster properties from two-particle angular correlations in Cu+Cu and Au+Au collisions at √ sNN = 200 GeV

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.81.024904
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2010AL08      Phys.Rev.Lett. 104, 142301 (2010)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, W.Busza, A.Carroll, Z.Chai, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, M.Hauer, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, N.Khan, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, H.Seals, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, B.Wyslouch

Event-by-Event Fluctuations of Azimuthal Particle Anisotropy in Au+Au Collisions at √ sNN = 200 GeV

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.142301
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2008AL15      Phys.Rev. C 77, 061901 (2008)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, R.Bindel, W.Busza, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, K.Gulbrandsen, J.Hamblen, I.Harnarine, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, J.L.Kane, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, E.Richardson, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, A.Szostak, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, D.Willhelm, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, S.Wyngaardt, B.Wyslouch

Identified charged antiparticle to particle ratios near midrapidity in Cu+Cu collisions at √ sNN = 62.4 and 200 GeV

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.77.061901
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2007AL31      Phys.Rev. C 75, 054913 (2007)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, R.Bindel, W.Busza, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, K.Gulbrandsen, J.Hamblen, I.Harnarine, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, J.L.Kane, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.LIn, C.Lozides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, E.Richardson, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephens, A.Sukhanov, A.Szopstak, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, D.Willhelm, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, S.Wyngaardt, B.Wyslouch

Cluster properties from two-particle angular correlations in p+p collisions at √ s = 200 and 410 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(p, X), E(cm)=200, 410 GeV; measured two particle angular correlations. Compared results to model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.75.054913
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2006AL11      Phys.Rev.Lett. 96, 212301 (2006)

B.Alver, B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, R.Bindel, W.Busza, Z.Chai, V.Chetluru, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, K.Gulbrandsen, J.Hamblen, I.Harnarine, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, J.L.Kane, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.Li, W.T.Lin, C.Loizides, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, E.Richardson, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, A.Szostak, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, P.Walters, E.Wenger, D.Willhelm, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, S.Wyngaardt, B.Wyslouch

System Size and Centrality Dependence of Charged Hadron Transverse Momentum Spectra in Au + Au and Cu + Cu Collisions at √ sNN = 62.4 and 200 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Cu(Cu, X), Au(Au, X), E(cm)=62.4, 200 GeV/nucleon; measured charged hadrons transverse momentum spectra; deduced system size and centrality dependence, nuclear modification factors.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.212301
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2005BA17      Phys.Rev.Lett. 94, 082304 (2005)

B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, W.Busza, A.Carroll, Z.Chai, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, M.Hauer, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, N.Khan, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.T.Lin, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, C.Reed, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, H.Seals, I.Sedykh, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, E.Wenger, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, B.Wyslouch

Centrality Dependence of Charged Hadron Transverse Momentum Spectra in Au + Au Collisions from √ sNN = 62.4 to 200 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(197Au, X), E(cm)=62.4 GeV/nucleon; measured charged hadrons transverse momentum spectra, centrality dependence; deduced medium modification factor. Comparison with data at higher energies.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.082304
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2005BA32      Phys.Rev.Lett. 94, 122303 (2005)

B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, A.Budzanowski, W.Busza, A.Carroll, Z.Chai, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, S.Gushue, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, M.Hauer, G.A.Heintzelman, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, J.Katzy, N.Khan, W.Kucewicz, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, W.T.Lin, S.Manly, D.McLeod, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, I.C.Park, H.Pernegger, C.Reed, L.P.Remsberg, M.Reuter, C.Roland, G.Roland, L.Rosenberg, J.Sagerer, P.Sarin, P.Sawicki, H.Seals, I.Sedykh, W.Skulski, C.E.Smith, M.A.Stankiewicz, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, J.-L.Tang, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, S.S.Vaurynovich, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, E.Wenger, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, A.H.Wuosmaa, B.Wyslouch

Energy Dependence of Elliptic Flow over a Large Pseudorapidity Range in Au+Au Collisions at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(197Au, X), E(cm)=19.6, 62.4, 130, 200 GeV/nucleon; measured elliptic flow; deduced energy and pseudorapidity dependence.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.122303
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2005BA83      Phys.Rev. C 72, 031901 (2005)

B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, B.Becker, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, W.Busza, A.Carroll, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, S.Gushue, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, A.S.Harrington, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, N.Khan, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, J.W.Lee, W.T.Lin, S.Manly, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, I.C.Park, H.Pernegger, C.Reed, C.Roland, G.Roland, J.Sagerer, P.Sarin, I.Sedykh, W.Skulski, C.E.Smith, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, B.Wyslouch, J.Zhang

Scaling of charged particle production in d+Au collisions at √ sNN = 200 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(d, X), E(cm)=200 GeV/nucleon; analyzed charged particle pseudorapidity distribution, integrated multiplicities vs centrality.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.72.031901
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2004BA20      Braz.J.Phys. 34, 829 (2004)

B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, B.Becker, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, A.Budzanowski, W.Busza, A.Carroll, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, S.Gushue, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, A.S.Harrington, G.A.Heintzelman, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, J.Katzy, N.Khan, W.Kucewicz, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, J.W.Lee, W.T.Lin, S.Manly, D.McLeod, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, I.C.Park, H.Pernegger, C.Reed, L.P.Remsberg, M.Reuter, C.Roland, G.Roland, L.Rosenberg, J.Sagerer, P.Sarin, P.Sawicki, I.Sedykh, W.Skulski, C.E.Smith, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, J.-L.Tang, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, A.H.Wuosmaa, B.Wyslouch, J.Zhang

Recent Results from PHOBOS at RHIC

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(d, X), (197Au, X), E(cm)=19.6, 130, 200 GeV/nucleon; measured charged particles pseudorapidity distributions, transverse momentum, yields; deduced nuclear modification factors.

doi: 10.1590/s0103-97332004000500032
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2004BB20      Braz.J.Phys. 34, 829 (2004)

B.B.Back, M.D.Baker, M.Ballintijn, D.S.Barton, B.Becker, R.R.Betts, A.A.Bickley, R.Bindel, A.Budzanowski, W.Busza, A.Carroll, M.P.Decowski, E.Garcia, T.Gburek, N.George, K.Gulbrandsen, S.Gushue, C.Halliwell, J.Hamblen, A.S.Harrington, G.A.Heintzelman, C.Henderson, D.J.Hofman, R.S.Hollis, R.Holynski, B.Holzman, A.Iordanova, E.Johnson, J.L.Kane, J.Katzy, N.Khan, W.Kucewicz, P.Kulinich, C.M.Kuo, J.W.Lee, W.T.Lin, S.Manly, D.McLeod, A.C.Mignerey, R.Nouicer, A.Olszewski, R.Pak, I.C.Park, H.Pernegger, C.Reed, L.P.Remsberg, M.Reuter, C.Roland, G.Roland, L.Rosenberg, J.Sagerer, P.Sarin, P.Sawicki, I.Sedykh, W.Skulski, C.E.Smith, P.Steinberg, G.S.F.Stephans, A.Sukhanov, J.-L.Tang, M.B.Tonjes, A.Trzupek, C.Vale, G.J.van Nieuwenhuizen, R.Verdier, G.I.Veres, F.L.H.Wolfs, B.Wosiek, K.Wozniak, A.H.Wuosmaa, B.Wyslouch, J.Zhang

Recent Results from PHOBOS at RHIC

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(d, X), (197Au, X), E(cm)=19.6, 130, 200 GeV/nucleon; measured charged particles pseudorapidity distributions, transverse momentum, yields; deduced nuclear modification factors.

doi: 10.1590/S0103-97332004000500032
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1995LA20      Phys.Rev.Lett. 75, 1903 (1995)

Yu.A.Lazarev, Yu.V.Lobanov, Yu.Ts.Oganessian, Yu.S.Tsyganov, V.K.Utyonkov, F.Sh.Abdullin, S.Iliev, A.N.Polyakov, J.Rigol, I.V.Shirokovsky, V.G.Subbotin, A.M.Sukhov, G.V.Buklanov, B.N.Gikal, V.B.Kutner, A.N.Mezentsev, I.M.Sedykh, D.V.Vakatov, R.W.Lougheed, J.F.Wild, K.J.Moody, E.K.Hulet

New Nuclide 267108 Produced by the 238U + 34S Reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS, ICPND 238U(34S, X)267Hs, E=186 MeV; measured Eα, Iα; deduced residual production σ.

RADIOACTIVITY 267Hs(α) [from 238U(34S, X), E=186 MeV]; measured Eα, Iα, T1/2.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.75.1903
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1994LA22      Phys.Rev.Lett. 73, 624 (1994)

Yu.A.Lazarev, Yu.V.Lobanov, Yu.Ts.Oganessian, V.K.Utyonkov, F.Sh.Abdullin, G.V.Buklanov, B.N.Gikal, S.Iliev, A.N.Mezentsev, A.N.Polyakov, I.M.Sedykh, I.V.Shirokovsky, V.G.Subbotin, A.M.Sukhov, Yu.S.Tsyganov, V.E.Zhuchko, R.W.Lougheed, K.J.Moody, J.F.Wild, E.K.Hulet, J.H.McQuaid

Discovery of Enhanced Nuclear Stability Near the Deformed Shells N = 162 and Z = 108

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 248Cm(22Ne, X), E=116, 121 MeV; measured Eα, Iα; deduced evidence for 265Sg, 266Sg.

RADIOACTIVITY 265Sg, 266Sg(α); measured Eα, Iα; deduced T1/2, SF-decay upper limits. 262Rf [from 266Sg(α-decay)]; measured T1/2.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.73.624
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1994LO27      J.Alloys and Compounds 213/214, 61 (1994)

R.W.Lougheed, K.J.Moody, J.FD.Wild, E.K.Hulet, J.H.McQuaid, Yu.A.Lazarev, Yu.V.Lobanov, Yu.Ts.Oganessian, V.K.Utyonkov, F.Sh.Abdullin, G.V.Buklanov, B.N.Gikal, S.Iliev, A.N.Mezentsev, A.N.Polyakov, I.M.Sedykh, I.V.Shirokovsky, V.G.Subbotin, A.M.Sukhov, Yu.S.Tsyganov, V.E.Zhuchko

Observation of enhanced nuclear stability near the 162 neutron shell

RADIOACTIVITY 265,266Sg(α) [from 248Cm(22Ne, xn)]; measured Eα, T1/2. 262Rf(SF) [from 266Sg decay]; measured T1/2. Comparison with model predictions.

doi: 10.1016/0925-8388(94)90881-8
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