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2024GA08      Phys.Rev. C 109, 024601 (2024)

Z.Gao, S.Liu, P.Wen, Z.Liao, Y.Yang, J.Su, Y.Wang, L.Zhu

Constraining the Woods-Saxon potential in fusion reactions based on the neural network

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.109.024601
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2024HU04      Phys.Rev. C 109, 034609 (2024)

Y.G.Huang, F.C.Gu, Y.J.Feng, H.Wang, E.X.Xiao, X.Lei, L.Zhu, J.Su

Multimodality of 187Ir fission studied by the Langevin approach

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.109.034609
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2024XI03      Chin.Phys.C 48, 014104 (2024)

E.Xiao, X.Lei, Y.Huang, Y.Feng, L.Zhu, J.Su

Uncertainties of critical temperatures based on higher-order fluctuations of the largest fragment charge

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 40Ca, 56Fe, 90Zr, 120Sn, 136Xe, 197Au(124Sn, X), E=400-1000 MeV/nucleon; analyzed available data; deduced parameters from the isotope thermometer utilizing the isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics model in conjunction with the statistical model GEMINI; deduced new signature of liquid-gas phase transition.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/ad021d
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2023DU05      Eur.Phys.J. A 59, 93 (2023)

H.-X.Duan, F.Zhang, J.Su, L.Zhu, C.-C.Guo

Studying sub-saturation density symmetry energy with different nuclear thermometers

NUCLEAR REACTIONS U(155Gd, X), E not given; 197Au(197Au, X), E=35 MeV/nucleon; analyzed available data; deduced the relation between nuclear temperatures and symmetry energy using the IQMD model.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-023-01008-5
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2023FE04      Phys.Rev. C 107, 044606 (2023)

Y.Feng, Y.Huang, E.Xiao, X.Lei, L.Zhu, J.Su

Contributions of quasifission and fusion-fission in the 24Mg + 178Hf reaction at 145 MeV laboratory beam energy using the Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 178Hf(24Mg, X), E=145 MV/nucleon; calculated time evolution of dinuclear systems of two fragments, mass numbers of fragment pairs, change of distance between fragments over time, σ of total capture, quasifission and fusion, contribution of quasi-inelastic, quasifission and fusion processes, mass-angular correlation of the fragments, dependence of the σ on the incompressibility parameter. Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck model used with phase-space-density constraint (PSDC) method to describe heavy-ion collision near the Coulomb barrier. Comparison to experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.044606
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2023LE01      Chin.Phys.C 47, 014102 (2023)

X.Lei, E.Xiao, Y.Feng, Y.Huang, L.Zhu, J.Su

Production of neutron-deficient nuclei around N = 126 by proton-induced spallation

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 237Np, 239Pu, 241Am, 243Cm, 247Bk, 252Cf(p, X), E=1 GeV; analyzed available data. 217,218,221Np, 222,223,224,225,226,227Pu, 225,226,227,228,231Am; deduced σ, yields. Comparison with the IQMD-GEMINI++ model calculations.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/ac9601
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2023LI08      Phys.Rev. C 107, 014614 (2023)

Z.Liao, L.Zhu, J.Su, C.Li

Dynamics of charge equilibration and effects on producing neutron-rich isotopes around N = 126 in multinucleon transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 198Pt(129Xe, X), E(cm)=470; 198Pt(136Xe, X), E(cm)=476 MeV; (140Xe, X), E(cm)=466 MeV; calculated average N/Z values of projectile-like (PLF) and target-like (TLF) fragments as a function of the contact time, production σ for N=126 isotones. 198Pt(140Xe, X), (202Pt, X), (238U, X), E(cm)=466, 663, 741 MeV; calculated σ production of Ta, Re, W, and Os isotopes. Extended version of the dinuclear system model and the improved quantum molecular dynamics (ImQMD) model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.014614
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2023LI11      Phys.Rev. C 107, 024609 (2023)

G.-S.Li, J.Su, B.-H.Sun, S.Terashima, J.-W.Zhao, X.-D.Xu, J.-C.Zhang, G.Guo, L.-C.He, W.-P.Lin, W.-J.Lin, C.-Y.Liu, C.-G.Lu, B.Mei, Z.-Y.Sun, I.Tanihata, M.Wang, F.Wang, S.T.Wang, X.-L.Wei, J.Wang, J.-Y.Xu, J.-R.Liu, M.-X.Zhang, Y.Zheng, L.-H.Zhu, X.-H.Zhang

New measurement of the elemental fragmentation cross sections of 218 MeV/nucleon 28Si on a carbon target

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(28Si, X), E=218 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, time-of-flight; deduced charge changing σ, elemental fragmentation σ (EFCSs) with charge changes 1-6. Comparison to the previous measurements and to the predictions from the models EPAX2, EPAX3, FRACS, ABRABLA07, NUCFRG2, and IQMD coupled with GEMINI (IQMD+GEMINI). Particle identification by means of MWPC and MUSIC detectors. Beam of 28Si produced from 9Be(40Ar, X), E=320 MeV/nucleon at Heavy Ion Research Facility (HIRFL-CSR, Lanzhou).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.024609
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2023LI29      Phys. Rev. Res. 5, L022021 (2023)

Z.Liao, L.Zhu, Z.Gao, J.Su, C.Li

Optimal detection angles for producing N=126 neutron-rich isotones in multinucleon transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(136Xe, X)204Pt/203Ir/202Os/201Re, E(cm)=526 MeV; calculated optimal angle ranges for detecting N=126 neutron-rich nuclides in the multinucleon transfer (MNT) process.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevResearch.5.L022021
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2023SH06      Astrophys.J. 945, 41 (2023)

Y.Shen, B.Guo, R.J.deBoer, E.Li, Z.Li, Y.Li, X.Tang, D.Pang, S.Adhikari, C.Basu, J.Su, S.Yan, Q.Fan, J.Liu, C.Chen, Z.Han, X.Li, G.Lian, T.Ma, W.Nan, W.Nan, Y.Wang, S.Zeng, H.Zhang, W.Liu

New Determination of the 12C(α, γ)16O Reaction Rate and Its Impact on the Black-hole Mass Gap

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(11B, 7Li), (11B, 11B), E=50 MeV; measured reaction products. 16O; deduced σ(θ), the asymptotic normalization coefficient (ANC) for the 16O ground state (GS), astrophysical S-factor and the stellar rate. The HI-13 tandem accelerator of China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) in Beijing, China.

doi: 10.3847/1538-4357/acb7de
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2023SO06      Phys.Rev. C 107, 044609 (2023)

Q.Song, L.Zhu, B.Cai, C.Yuan, J.Su, H.Guo

Image processing of isotope yield in neutron-induced fission

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 235U, 229Th(n, F), E=2 MeV;243Am, 236,238Np(n, F), E=0.0253 eV;239Pu(n, F), E=0.5 MeV; calculated fission yield mass distribution, fragments isomeric ratios for 128Sb, 130Sb, 132Sb, 131Te, 133Te, 132I, 134I, 133Xe, 135Xe. Predictions of machine-learning algorithm based on tensor decomposition method trained on 851 fission products from ENDF/ B-VIII.0 database. Comparison experimental data, TALYS and GEF calculations and JEFF-3.3, ENDF/B-VIII.0 evaluations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.044609
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2023WA05      Phys.Rev.Lett. 130, 092701 (2023)

L.H.Wang, J.Su, Y.P.Shen, J.J.He, M.Lugaro, B.Szanyi, A.I.Karakas, L.Y.Zhang, X.Y.Li, B.Guo, G.Lian, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, L.H.Chen, B.Q.Cui, X.D.Tang, B.S.Gao, Q.Wu, L.T.Sun, S.Wang, Y.D.Sheng, Y.J.Chen, H.Zhang, Z.M.Li, L.Y.Song, X.Z.Jiang, W.Nan, W.K.Nan, L.Zhang, F.Q.Cao, T.Y.Jiao, L.H.Ru, J.P.Cheng, M.Wiescher, W.P.Liu

Measurement of the 18O(α, γ)22Ne Reaction Rate at JUNA and Its Impact on Probing the Origin of SiC Grains

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 18O(α, γ), E=470-787 keV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced thick target yields, resonance energies and resonance strengths, total reaction rates. Comparison with available data. The Jinping Underground Nuclear Astrophysics experimental facility (JUNA).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.130.092701
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2023ZH26      Phys.Rev. C 107, 065801 (2023)

H.Zhang, J.Su, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, E.T.Li, C.Chen, J.J.He, Y.P.Shen, G.Lian, B.Guo, X.Y.Li, L.Y.Zhang, Y.D.Sheng, Y.J.Chen, L.H.Wang, L.Zhang, F.Q.Cao, W.Nan, W.K.Nan, G.X.Li, N.Song, B.Q.Cui, L.H.Chen, R.G.Ma, Z.C.Zhang, T.Y.Jiao, B.S.Gao, X.D.Tang, Q.Wu, J.Q.Li, L.T.Sun, S.Wang, S.Q.Yan, J.H.Liao, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, D.Nan, Q.W.Fan, W.P.Liu

Updated reaction rate of 25Mg(p, γ)26Al and its astrophysical implication

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 25Mg(p, γ), E=117-350 keV; measured Eγ, Iγ, sum of γ energies; deduced γ-ray branching ratios, resonances, resonance strengths, astrophysical reaction rate (T=0.01-2.0 GK), contribution of individual resonances to the reaction rate, ground-state and isomeric state contribution. Comaprison to other experimental data and NACRE compilation. Evaluated the impact of the obtained data on the 26Al yield in stellar environment (code MESA). BGO detector array in nearby 4π geometry composed of 8 identical segments at high-current 400 kV JUNA accelerator (China JinPing underground Laboratory).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.065801
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2022HU06      Phys.Lett. B 831, 137183 (2022)

H.Hu, W.-L.Guo, J.Su, W.Wang, C.Yuan

Implementation of residual nucleus de-excitations associated with proton decays in 12C based on the GENIE generator and TALYS code

RADIOACTIVITY 12C(p); analyzed available dat. 11B, 10B, 10Be; calculated de-excitation processes of residual nuclei associated with proton decays in based on the GENIE generator and TALYS code.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137183
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2022HU20      Phys.Rev. C 106, 054606 (2022)

Y.Huang, Y.Feng, E.Xiao, X.Lei, L.Zhu, J.Su

Influence of pre-scission neutron emission on high-energy 238U fission studied by the Langevin approach

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(n, F), E=110, 325, 500 MeV; calculated potential energy surfaces, Langevin trajectory, pre-scission neutron multiplicity and kinetic energy, fragment mass distributions, average fragment mass, total kinetic energy of fission fragments, fragment deformation distribution. Three-dimensional Langevin approach considering nucleus elongation, deformation, and mass asymmetry coupled with Hauser-Feshbach statistical decay model to simulate the pre-scission neutron emission. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.054606
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2022LI28      Few-Body Systems 63, 43 (2022)

W.P.Liu, Z.H.Li, J.J.He, X.D.Tang, G.Lian, J.Su, Y.P.Shen, Z.An, F.Q.Chao, J.J.Chang, L.H.Chen, H.Chen, X.J.Chen, Y.H.Chen, Z.J.Chen, B.Q.Cui, X.C.Du, X.Fang, C.B.Fu, L.Gan, B.Guo, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Guo, G.Z.He, J.R.He, A.Heger, S.Q.Hou, H.X.Huang, N.Huang, B.L.Jia, L.Y.Jiang, S.Kubono, J.M.Li, M.C.Li, K.A.Li, E.T.Li, T.Li, Y.J.Li, M.Lugaro, X.B.Luo, H.Y.Ma, S.B.Ma, D.M.Mei, W.Nan, W.K.Nan, N.C.Qi, Y.Z.Qian, J.C.Qin, J.Ren, C.S.Shang, L.T.Sun, W.L.Sun, W.P.Tan, I.Tanihata, S.Wang, P.Wang, Y.B.Wang, Q.Wu, S.W.Xu, S.Q.Yan, L.T.Yang, Y.Yang, X.Q.Yu, Q.Yue, S.Zeng, L.Zhang, H.Zhang, H.Y.Zhang, L.Y.Zhang, N.T.Zhang, P.Zhang, Q.W.Zhang, T.Zhang, X.P.Zhang, X.Z.Zhang, W.Zhao, J.F.Zhou, Y.Zho

Progress of Underground Nuclear Astrophysics Experiment JUNA in China

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(α, γ), 13C(α, n), 25Mg(p, γ), 19F(p, α), E(cm)<600 keV; measured reaction products; deduced yields near the Gamow window. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1007/s00601-022-01735-3
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2022LI47      Phys.Rev. C 106, 025807 (2022)

X.Y.Li, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, J.Su, D.Y.Pang, J.J.He, S.Q.Yan, Q.W.Fan, J.C.Liu, L.Gan, Z.Y.Han, E.T.Li, G.Lian, Y.P.Shen, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, W.P.Liu

Astrophysical 15N(n, γ)16N reaction rate from precision measurement of the 15N(d, p)16N angular distributions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 15N(d, p), (d, d), E=15 MeV; measured particle spectra, σ(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrograph at CIAE's HI-13 tandem accelerator facility. 16N; deduced levels, J, π, configurations, spectroscopic factors for ground and first three excited states. DWBA and ADWA analysis. 15N(n, γ), T=0.01-10 GK; deduced astrophysical reaction rates; calculated σ(E). Comparison with previous experimental results, and with OXBASH shell-model predictions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.025807
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2022LI72      Phys.Rev. C 106, 065804 (2022)

X.X.Li, L.X.Liu, W.Jiang, J.Ren, H.W.Wang, G.T.Fan, D.X.Wang, S.Y.Zhang, G.L.Yang, X.K.Li, Z.D.An, J.J.He, W.Luo, X.G.Cao, L.L.Song, Y.Zhang, X.R.Hu, Z.R.Hao, P.Kuang, B.Jiang, X.H.Wang, J.F.Hu, Y.D.Liu, C.W.Ma, Y.T.Wang, J.Su, L.Y.Zhang, Y.X.Yang, S.Feng, W.B.Liu, W.Q.Su, S.Jin, K.J.Chen

Experimental determination of the neutron resonance peak of 162Er at 67.8 eV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 162Er(n, γ), E=20-100 eV; measured Eγ, Iγ; deduced neutron-capture yield, resonances, decay widths. Resonance parameters at 67.8 eV are extracted for the first time. R-matrix analysis. Comparison to other experimental results and ENDF/B-VIII.0 data. 4 C6D6 detectors. Neutron beam from Back-n Facility of the CSNS.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.065804
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2022SO09      Chin.Phys.C 46, 074108 (2022)

Q.-F.Song, L.Zhu, J.Su

Target dependence of isotopic cross sections in the spallation reactions 238U + p, d and 9Be at 1 AGeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1,2H, 9Be(238U, X), E=1 GeV/nucleon; calculated spallation σ using physical model dependent (Bayesian neural network) BNN, which includes the details of IQMD-GEMINI++ model and BNN.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/ac6249
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2022SU05      Phys.Rev. C 105, 024608 (2022)

J.Su, L.Zhu, E.Xiao

Fluctuations of the largest fragment charge in projectile fragmentation and its nonequilibrium effect

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 120Sn(124Sn, X), E=600 MeV/nucleon; calculated fluctuations of the largest fragment charge, mean multiplicity of intermediate-mass fragments for the equilibrium and nonequilibrium systems. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model calculations. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.024608
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2022WA02      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. B512, 49 (2022)

L.H.Wang, Y.P.Shen, J.Su, X.Y.Li, W.Q.Yan, J.J.He, L.Y.Zhang, B.Liao, Y.F.Wu, Y.D.Sheng, Z.M.Li, Y.J.Chen, L.Y.Song, X.Z.Jiang, G.Lian, W.Nan, W.K.Nan, L.Zhang, F.Q.Cao, C.Chen, N.Song, H.Zhang, W.P.Liu

Development of irradiation-resistant enriched 12C targets for astrophysical 12C(α, γ)16O reaction measurements

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(p, γ), E=370 keV; 12C(p, α), E=740 keV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced yields. The China JinPing underground Laboratory (CJPL).

doi: 10.1016/j.nimb.2021.11.020
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2022XI03      J.Phys.(London) G49, 065102 (2022)

E.Xiao, Y.Feng, X.Lei, L.Zhu, J.Su

Dissipation of energy and higher-order fluctuations of the largest fragment charge in projectile fragmentation

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 120Sn(107Sn, X), E=60 MeV/nucleon; calculated density of the participant center, collective velocity, correlations between impact parameters, mean multiplicity of IMF. The isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model is used to study the non-equilibrium thermalization and fragmentation.

doi: 10.1088/1361-6471/ac4f28
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2022ZH60      Nature(London) 610, 656 (2022)

L.Zhang, J.He, R.J.deBoer, M.Wiescher, A.Heger, D.Kahl, J.Su, D.Odell, Y.Chen, X.Li, J.Wang, L.Zhang, F.Cao, H.Zhang, Z.Zhang, X.Jiang, L.Wang, Z.Li, L.Song, H.Zhao, L.Sun, Q.Wu, J.Li, B.Cui, L.Chen, R.Ma, E.Li, G.Lian, Y.D.Sheng, Z.Li, B.Guo, X.Zhou, Y.Zhang, H.Xu, J.Cheng, W.Liu

Measurement of 19F(p, γ)20Ne reaction suggests CNO breakout in first stars

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 19F(p, γ), E(cm)<400 keV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced yields, S-factor, resonance strengths, astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with available data. The Jinping Underground Nuclear Astrophysics Experiment (JUNA).

doi: 10.1038/s41586-022-05230-x
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2022ZH67      Phys.Rev. C 106, 055803 (2022)

L.Y.Zhang, J.Su, J.J.He, R.J.deBoer, D.Kahl, M.Wiescher, D.Odell, Y.J.Chen, X.Y.Li, J.G.Wang, L.Zhang, F.Q.Cao, H.Zhang, Z.C.Zhang, T.Y.Jiao, Y.D.Sheng, L.H.Wang, L.Y.Song, X.Z.Jiang, Z.M.Li, E.T.Li, S.Wang, G.Lian, Z.H.Li, B.Guo, X.D.Tang, L.T.Sun, Q.Wu, J.Q.Li, B.Q.Cui, L.H.Chen, R.G.Ma, N.C.Qi, W.L.Sun, X.Y.Guo, P.Zhang, Y.H.Chen, Y.Zhou, J.F.Zhou, J.R.He, C.S.Shang, M.C.Li, J.P.Cheng, W.P.Liu

Direct measurement of the astrophysical 19F(p, αγ)16O reaction in a deep-underground laboratory

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 19F(p, αγ), E(cm)=72.4-344 keV; measured Eγ, Iγ; deduced astrophysical S-factor, thermonuclear astrophysical reaction rates (range 0.05–1 GK), contributions from different channels. R-matrix analysis with AZURE2 together with a MCMC Bayesian uncertainty estimation. Comparison to other experimental data. 4π BGO γ-array with proton beam from JUNA accelerator at China JinPing underground Laboratory (CJPL).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.055803
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2021CO10      Phys.Rev. C 104, 024603 (2021)

M.Colonna, Y.-X.Zhang, Y.-J.Wang, D.Cozma, P.Danielewicz, C.M.Ko, A.Ono, M.B.Tsang, R.Wang, H.Wolter, J.Xu, Z.Zhang, L.-W.Chen, H.-G.Cheng, H.Elfner, Z.-Q.Feng, M.Kim, Y.Kim, S.Jeon, C.-H.Lee, B.-A.Li, Q.-F.Li, Z.-X.Li, S.Mallik, D.Oliinychenko, J.Su, T.Song, A.Sorensen, F.-S.Zhang

Comparison of heavy-ion transport simulations: Mean-field dynamics in a box

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.024603
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2021HU23      Phys.Rev.Lett. 127, 172701 (2021)

J.Hu, H.Yamaguchi, Y.H.Lam, A.Heger, D.Kahl, A.M.Jacobs, Z.Johnston, S.W.Xu, N.T.Zhang, S.B.Ma, L.H.Ru, E.Q.Liu, T.Liu, S.Hayakawa, L.Yang, H.Shimizu, C.B.Hamill, A.St J.Murphy, J.Su, X.Fang, K.Y.Chae, M.S.Kwag, S.M.Cha, N.N.Duy, N.K.Uyen, D.H.Kim, R.G.Pizzone, M.La Cognata, S.Cherubini, S.Romano, A.Tumino, J.Liang, A.Psaltis, M.Sferrazza, D.Kim, Y.Y.Li, S.Kubono

Advancement of Photospheric Radius Expansion and Clocked Type-I X-Ray Burst Models with the New 22Mg(α, p)25Al Reaction Rate Determined at the Gamow Energy

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(25Al, p), (25Al, p'), (25Al, X), E=142 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip, Eγ, Iγ. 26Si; deduced σ(θ), level energies, J, π, resonance parameters, astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.127.172701
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2021LI61      Phys.Rev. C 104, 054302 (2021)

X.X.Li, L.X.Liu, W.Jiang, J.Ren, H.W.Wang, G.T.Fan, X.G.Cao, Y.Zhang, X.R.Hu, Z.R.Hao, P.Kuang, B.Jiang, X.H.Wang, J.F.Hu, J.C.Wang, D.X.Wang, S.Y.Zhang, Y.D.Liu, X.Ma, C.W.Ma, Y.T.Wang, Z.D.An, J.J.He, J.Su, L.Y.Zhang, Y.X.Yang, W.B.Liu, W.Q.Su

New experimental measurement of natEr(n, γ) cross sections between 1 and 100 eV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 162,164,166,167,168,170Er, 12,13C, 197Au(n, γ), E=0.001-100 keV; measured E(n), I(n), Eγ, Iγ using C6D6 liquid scintillator and a silicon monitor and natural Er, C and Au targets at the China spallation neutron source (CSNS) facility; deduced neutron-capture σ(E), capture yields as function of E(n), neutron resonances in Er isotopes in the 1-100 eV region. 162,164,166,167,168Er; deduced energies of 43 neutron resonances (nine for 162Er, five for 164Er, three for 166Er, 25 for 167Er, one for 168Er), cross sections, widths Γγ and Γn by R-matrix analysis. Comparison with previous experimental data, and with data in evaluated databases ENDF/B-VIII.0, ENDF/B-VII.1, JENDL-4.0, and ROSFOND-2010.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.054302
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2021MA60      Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys. 121, 103911 (2021)

C.-W.Ma, H.-L.Wei, X.-Q.Liu, J.Su, H.Zheng, W.P.Lin, Y.-X.Zhang

Nuclear fragments in projectile fragmentation reactions

doi: 10.1016/j.ppnp.2021.103911
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2021ME13      Chin.Phys.C 45, 054001 (2021)

B.Mei, D.L.Balabanski, W.Hua, Y.-H.Zhang, X.-H.Zhou, C.-X.Yuan, J.Su

Fusion reactions around the barrier for Be+238U

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(9Be, 5n)242Cm, E=35-70 MeV; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced σ. Comparison with model calculations through two different codes, namely HIVAP2 and KEWPIE2, using two methods (i.e., WKB and EBD) for the capture probability.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/abe36c
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2021SO19      Chin.Phys.C 45, 044101 (2021)

Q.-F.Song, S.-Y.Xu, J.Su

Nucleon stripping in deuteron-induced spallation reactions at hundreds MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(n, X), (p, X), E=200 MeV/nucleon; 12C, 27Al, 65Cu, 120Sn, 208Pb(d, X), E<1000 MeV; analyzed available data; calculated σ.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/abde31
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2021SU11      Appl.Radiat.Isot. 174, 109752 (2021)

W.Sun, W.Qiu, J.Su

Production of high-energy neutrons by interaction of a deuteron beam with matter

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C, 208Pb(p, n), E=256 MeV; 12C(d, n), E=100 MeV; analyzed available data; calculated neutron products σ(θ, E) by the IQMD model.

doi: 10.1016/j.apradiso.2021.109752
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2021WA41      Phys.Rev. C 104, 034317 (2021)

X.Wang, L.Zhu, J.Su

Providing physics guidance in Bayesian neural networks from the input layer: The case of giant dipole resonance predictions

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE A=16-240; 124,126,128,130,132,134,136,138,140,142,144,146,148,150,152,154,156,158,160Nd; analyzed giant-dipole resonance (GDR) data using Bayesian neural network (BNN) approach; evaluated and predicted nuclear data. Pearson's correlation coefficients applied for statistical dependence between nuclear properties in the ground state and the GDR energies. Relevance to discovering physics effects from complex nuclear data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.034317
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2021WA55      Chin.Phys.C 45, 124103 (2021)

X.Wang, L.Zhu, J.Su

Modeling complex networks of nuclear reaction data for probing their discovery processes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 63Cu(n, 2n), 6Li(γ, xn), E not given; analyzed available data; deduced model to build networks for discovery processes of nuclear reaction data based on a Bayesian statistics-based approach.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/ac23d5
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2021ZH46      Chin.Phys.C 48, 084108 (2021)

H.Zhang, Z.i-H.Li, J.Su, Y.-J.Li, C.Chen, L.Zhang, F.-Q.Cao, Y.-P.Shen, W.Nan, W.-K.Nan, X.-Y.Li, L.-H.Chen, G.Lian, B.-Q.Cui, B.Guo, W.-P.Liu

Direct measurement of the resonance strengths and branching ratios of low-energy (p, γ) reactions on Mg isotopes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 24,25,26Mg(p, γ), E=220-400 keV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced γ-ray energies, yields, resonances, branching ratios, resonance strengths. JUNA experiment, comparison with NACRE data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/ac06aa
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2021ZH53      Phys.Rev.Lett. 127, 152702 (2021)

L.Y.Zhang, J.Su, J.J.He, M.Wiescher, R.J.deBoer, D.Kahl, Y.J.Chen, X.Y.Li, J.G.Wang, L.Zhang, F.Q.Cao, H.Zhang, Z.C.Zhang, T.Y.Jiao, Y.D.Sheng, L.H.Wang, L.Y.Song, X.Z.Jiang, Z.M.Li, E.T.Li, S.Wang, G.Lian, Z.H.Li, X.D.Tang, H.W.Zhao, L.T.Sun, Q.Wu, J.Q.Li, B.Q.Cui, L.H.Chen, R.G.Ma, B.Guo, S.W.Xu, J.Y.Li, N.C.Qi, W.L.Sun, X.Y.Guo, P.Zhang, Y.H.Chen, Y.Zhou, J.F.Zhou, J.R.He, C.S.Shang, M.C.Li, X.H.Zhou, Y.H.Zhang, F.S.Zhang, Z.G.Hu, H.S.Xu, J.P.Chen, W.P.Liu

Direct Measurement of the Astrophysical 19F(p, αγ)16O Reaction in the Deepest Operational Underground Laboratory

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 19F(p, α), E(cm)=72.4-188.8 keV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced yields, S-factors, reaction rates. The China Jinping Underground Laboratory (CJPL), JUNA accelerator.

doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.127.152702
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2021ZH58      Phys.Rev. C 104, 044606 (2021)

L.Zhu, J.Su

Unified description of fusion and multinucleon transfer processes within the dinuclear system model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(48Ca, X), (48Ca, 3n), (48Ca, 4n), E(cm)=182-204 MeV; calculated potential energy surface (PES) as a function of mass asymmetry and β2, capture σ(E), fusion probability as function of incident energy and deformation parameter β2, and evaporation residue (ER) σ(E) using DNS-SYSU code. 243Am(48Ca, 2n), (48Ca, 3n), (48Ca, 4n), E*=25-48 MeV; 244Pu, 248Cm(48Ca, 3n), (48Ca, 4n), E*=30-58 MeV; 249Cf(48Ca, 3n), E*=28-42 MeV; calculated evaporation residue σ(E). 238U(48Ca, X), E(cm)=180, 196, 204 MeV; calculated mass distribution of primary fragments, total kinetic energy (TKE)-mass distributions of multi-nucleon transfer (MNT) products. 238U(48Ca, F), E(cm)=196 MeV; calculated Production cross sections of Ac (A=220-236), Th (A=223-238), Pa (A=227-240), U (A=229-242), and Np (A=232-240). 238U(48Ca, X)60Ca/200W/245U/246Np/281Cn/282Cn/283Cn/284Cn/285Cn, E(cm)=180-270 MeV; calculated production σ(E). Dinuclear system (DNS) model. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.044606
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2020GA03      Phys.Rev. C 101, 014612 (2020)

L.Gan, H.B.Sun, Z.H.Li, S.P.Hu, Y.J.Li, J.Su, B.Guo, S.Q.Yan, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Li, D.H.Li, T.L.Ma, Y.P.Shen, Y.Su, E.T.Li, W.P.Liu

Experimental study of the spectroscopic factors of 116-125Sn

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 116,118,120,122,124Sn(p, d), E=18.0 MeV; 116,118,120,122,124Sn(d, p), E=12.0 MeV; measured E(p), I(p), E(d), I(d), σ(θ) using the high-precision Q3D magnetic spectrograph at the CIAE-Beijing HI-13 tandem accelerator. 115,117,119,121,123,125Sn; deduced levels, L-transfers, J, π, spectroscopic factors (SFs). DWBA analysis of σ(θ) data and extraction of the neutron spectroscopic factors using two different sets of systematic optical potential parameters. Comparison with previous experimental data. Proposed a linear formula to relate SFs with S(n).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.014612
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2020LI31      Phys.Rev. C 102, 025804 (2020)

Y.J.Li, Z.H.Li, E.T.Li, X.Y.Li, T.L.Ma, Y.P.Shen, J.C.Liu, L.Gan, Y.Su, L.H.Qiao, Z.Y.Han, Y.Zhou, J.Su, S.Q.Yan, S.Zeng, Y.B.Wang, B.Guo, G.Lian, D.Nan, X.X.Bai, W.P.Liu

Indirect measurement of the 57.7 keV resonance strength for the astrophysical γ-ray source of the 25Mg(p, γ)26Al reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 24,25Mg(7Li, 6He), (7Li, 7Li), E=31.5 MeV; measured 6He and 7Li particle spectra using ΔE-E telescope of Si detectors, σ(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrometer at the HI-13 tandem accelerator of CIAE-Beijing. 26Al; deduced levels, J, π, spectroscopic factors. DWBA analysis of σ(θ) data using the code FRESCO, with Woods-Saxon potential parameters deduced from analysis of the present data and the literature data for 27Al(6Li, 6Li) reaction. 25Mg(p, γ)26Al; deduced Γp and resonance strength of 57.7-keV proton resonance in 26Al. 25Mg(p, γ)26Al, T9=0.1-10; calculated astrophysical reaction rates for the ground and isomeric states in 26Al, and compared with the results in the NACRE database.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.025804
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2020RO16      Chin.Phys.C 44, 104003 (2020)

C.-H.Rong, G.-L.Zhang, L.Gan, Z.-Ho.Li, L.C.Brandao, E.N.Cardozo, M.R.Cortes, Y.-J.Li, Ju.Su, S.-Q.Yan, S.Zeng, G.Lian, B.Guo, Y.-B.Wang, W.-P.Liu, J.Lubian

The angular distributions of elastic scattering of 12, 13C+Zr

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 90,91,92,94,96Zr(12C, 12C), (13C, 13C), E=66, 64 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ, the neutron spectroscopic amplitudes using the optical model and coupled channel calculations.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/abab8d
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2020SH09      Phys.Rev.Lett. 124, 162701 (2020)

Y.P.Shen, B.Guo, R.J.deBoer, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, X.D.Tang, D.Y.Pang, S.Adhikari, C.Basu, J.Su, S.Q.Yan, Q.W.Fan, J.C.Liu, C.Chen, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Li, G.Lian, T.L.Ma, W.Nan, W.K.Nan, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, H.Zhang, W.P.Liu

Constraining the External Capture to the 16O ground State and the E2 S Factor of the 12C(α, γ)16O reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(11B, 7Li)16O, E=50 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ(θ), the ground state asymptotic normalization coefficients, S-factors. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.162701
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2020SU12      Phys.Rev. C 101, 044606 (2020)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.Guo

Constraints on the effective mass splitting by the isoscalar giant quadrupole resonance

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 40Ca, 90Zr, 208Pb; calculated correlation between the square of the excitation energies of isoscalar giant quadrupole resonances (ISGQRs) and the reciprocal of the weighted effective masses using the microscopic Langevin equation with particle density and kinetic-energy density from the Thomas-Fermi (TF) approach and the Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov (SHFB) model. Comparison with experimental data. A=30-240; compiled experimental excitation energies of the ISGQRs as a function of mass number, and compared with several theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.044606
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2020SU18      Chin.Phys.C 44, 084106 (2020)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.Guo, F.-S.Zhang

Isospin dependence of projectile fragmentation at hundreds of MeV/u

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 120Sn(124Sn, X), (107Sn, X), E=600 MeV/nucleon; 208Pb(136Xe, X), (124Xe, X), E=1000 MeV/nucleon; analyzed available data; deduced isospin observables, neutron-to-proton ratios of the light particles emitted from the fragmenting. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model and permitting only evaporation in the statistical model GEMINI, the IQMD+GEMINI model.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/44/8/084106
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2020XU02      Phys.Rev. C 101, 024609 (2020)

S.Xu, G.Yang, M.Jin, J.Su

Probing the deuteron breakup and linking the cross sections of residue production between the neutron- and deuteron-induced spallation at 500 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 56Fe, 115In(p, X), E=800, 1500 MeV/nucleon; 137Cs(d, X), E=500 MeV/nucleon; calculated double-differential σ(θ, E) for neutron production, correlation of longitudinal momenta between neutron and proton from the deuteron, contributions of deuteron absorbing, neutron stripping, proton stripping, and elastic breakup of deuteron to the energy distribution of neutrons. 2H(137Cs, X), E=500 MeV/nucleon; calculated transverse momentum vs longitudinal momentum of neutrons and proton in d+137Cs spallation. 1,2H(136Xe, X), E=500 MeV/nucleon; calculated isotopic production cross sections of residual nuclei with Z=41-56 and N-Z=8-30. 1n, 2H(137Cs, X), E=500 MeV/nucleon; calculated isotopic production cross sections of residual nuclei with Z=33-56 and N-Z=4-30. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model for the spallation process, and statistical model GEMINI based on the Hauser-Feshbach formalism to describe the deexcitation of the hot fragments. Comparison with available experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.024609
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2020ZH22      Int.J.Mod.Phys. E29, 2030004 (2020)

L.Zhu, C.Li, C.-C.Guo, J.Su, P.W.Wen, G.Zhang, F.-S.Zhang

Theoretical progress on production of isotopes in the multinucleon transfer process

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(64Ni, X), E(cm)=307.5 MeV; 208Pb(124Xe, X), E(cm)=50 MeV; 186W(160Gd, X), E=503 MeV; calculated transfer σ for production of neutron-rich transuranium nuclei.

doi: 10.1142/S0218301320300040
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2019MA31      Nucl.Phys. A986, 26 (2019)

T.L.Ma, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, D.Y.Pang, Y.L.Han, Y.P.Shen, J.Su, J.C.Liu, Q.W.Fan, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Li, G.Lian, Y.Su, Y.B.Wang, S.Q.Yan, S.Zeng, W.P.Liu

Precision measurement of the angular distribution for the 16O(d, p)17O transfer reaction to the ground state of 17O

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 16O(d, p)17O, E=15 MeV; measured Ep, Ip(θ); deduced σ(θ) for reactions to 17O gs, spectroscopic factors, ANC; calculated σ(θ) for reactions to 17O gs using DWBA, ADWA (Adiabatic DWBA) and Continuum Discretized Coupled Channel (CDCC) vs radius parameter of Woods-Saxon potential with the same optical potential parameters in ADWA and CDCC. SF and ANC for 17O compared with published results in heavy ion transfer and with shell model calculations.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2019.03.004
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2019ON02      Phys.Rev. C 100, 044617 (2019)

A.Ono, J.Xu, M.Colonna, P.Danielewicz, C.M.Ko, M.B.Tsang, Y.-J.Wang, H.Wolter, Y.-X.Zhang, L.-W.Chen, D.Cozma, H.Elfner, Z.-Q.Feng, N.Ikeno, B.-A.Li, S.Mallik, Y.Nara, T.Ogawa, A.Ohnishi, D.Oliinychenko, J.Su, T.Song, F.-S.Zhang, Z.Zhang

Comparison of heavy-ion transport simulations: Collision integral with pions and Δ resonances in a box

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.044617
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2019SH11      Phys.Rev. C 99, 025805 (2019)

Y.P.Shen, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, D.Y.Pang, S.Adhikari, Z.D.An, J.Su, S.Q.Yan, X.C.Du, Q.W.Fan, L.Gan, Z.Y.Han, D.H.Li, E.T.Li, X.Y.Li, G.Lian, J.C.Liu, T.L.Ma, C.J.Pei, Y.Su, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, Y.Zhou, W.P.Liu

Astrophysical SE2 factor of the 12C (α, γ)16O reaction through the 12C(11B, 7Li)16O transfer reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(11B, 7Li), (11B, 11B), E=50 MeV; 16O(7Li, 7Li), E=26 MeV; measured charged-particle spectra, differential σ(θ) using the Q3D magnetic spectrograph at the HI-13 tandem accelerator of the CIAE-Beijing. 12C(α, γ), E(cm)<5 MeV; deduced astrophysical SE2(300) factor of the ground state. 16O; deduced asymptotic normalization coefficient (ANC) and reduced α width of the 6.917-MeV level from finite-range distorted wave Born approximation (FRDWBA) and coupled-reaction-channel (CRC) analysis using FRESCO code. Comparison with previous experimental values, and with theoretical model predictions. R-matrix analysis of scattering data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.025805
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2019SH37      Phys.Lett. B 797, 134820 (2019)

Y.P.Shen, B.Guo, T.L.Ma, D.Y.Pang, D.D.Ni, Z.Z.Ren, Y.J.Li, Z.D.An, J.Su, J.C.Liu, Q.W.Fan, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Li, Z.H.Li, G.Lian, Y.Su, Y.B.Wang, S.Q.Yan, S.Zeng, W.P.Liu

First experimental constraint of the spectroscopic amplitudes for the α-cluster in the 11B ground state

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 7Li(6Li, d), E=24 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced spectroscopic amplitudes (SA) for the α-cluster in the 11B ground state. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2019.134820
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2019SU08      Chin.Phys.C 43, 064109 (2019)

J.Su

Constraining symmetry energy at subnormal density by isovector giant dipole resonances of spherical nuclei

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 40Ca, 90Zr, 208Pb; calculated energy per nucleon as a function of the collective variable X in the isovector giant dipole resonance (IVGDR), density distribution of the static Hartree-Fock ground state. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/43/6/064109
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2019SU17      Phys.Rev. C 100, 014602 (2019)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.Guo, Z.Zhang

Uniform description of breakup mechanisms in central collision, projectile fragmentation, and proton-induced spallation

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(197Au, X), E=35 MeV/nucleon; 63Cu(197Au, X), E=600 MeV/nucleon; 12C(197Au, X), E=1000 MeV/nucleon; 1H(56Fe, X), E=1000 MeV/nucleon; calculated charge distribution of fragments, multiplicity of intermediate mass fragments with Z=3-30, first and second fragment asymmetries versus the analogous bound charge. 48Ti(48Ti, X), E=30 MeV/nucleon; 120Sn(120Sn, X), E=600 MeV/nucleon; 1H(90Zr, X), E=2000 MeV/nucleon; calculated energy-density trajectories of the projectile centers, and fragment mass-excitation, correlations between the intermediate mass fragment (IMF) multiplicity and the total bound charge of the productions in the central collision, projectile fragmentation, and proton-induced spallation. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model for breakup mechanisms in central collision, with the evaporations of light particles from the prefragments described by the statistical code GEMINI. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.014602
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2019WE10      Chin.Phys.C 43, 074103 (2019)

H.-L.Wei, Y.-D.Song, C.-W.Ma, Z.-H.Li, J.Su

Cross-section prediction for isotopes near neutron drip line in 70, 80Zn projectile fragmentation reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(70Zn, X)59Ca/60Ca, E=345 MeV/nucleon; analyzed available data. 66,70Ca; deduced parameters, σ for production of very neutron rich calcium nuclei.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/43/7/074103
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2019YA14      Chin.Phys.C 43, 104101 (2019)

G.Yang, S.Xu, M.Jin, J.Su

Prediction of the cross-sections of isotopes produced in deuteron-induced spallation of long-lived fission products

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 90Sr, 93Zr, 107Pd, 137Cs(d, X), E=200, 500, 1000 MeV/nucleon; calculated σ. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/43/10/104101
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2019ZH12      Chin.Phys.C 43, 024103 (2019)

F.Zhang, J.Su

A dynamical description of the 136Xe + p spallation at 1000 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 136Xe(p, X), E=1000 MeV/nucleon; calculated σ, mean neutron-to-proton ratio. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/43/2/024103
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2019ZH13      Phys.Lett. B 791, 20 (2019)

L.Zhu, C.Li, J.Su, C.-C.Guo, W.Hua

Advantages of the multinucleon transfer reactions based on 238U target for producing neutron-rich isotopes around N=126

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(186W, X), (160Gd, X), E(cm)=660, 475 MeV; analyzed available data; deduced mechanism of multinucleon transfer (MNT) reactions for producing neutron-rich heavy nuclei around N=126 using dinuclear system (DNS) model and isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2019.02.015
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2019ZH37      Phys.Rev. C 100, 024603 (2019)

F.Zhang, C.Li, P.-W.Wen, J.-W.Liu, J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Time dependence of the thermal-photon thermometer

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 190W, 197Au(36Ar, X), E=60 MeV/nucleon; 168Er(36Ar, X), E=30 MeV/nucleon; 171Yb(36Ar, X), E=35, 40 MeV/nucleon; 176Lu(36Ar, X), E=40 MeV/nucleon; 188Os(36Ar, X), E=55, 60, 65 MeV/nucleon; 206Bi, 206Rn, 204Hg(36Ar, X), E=95 MeV/nucleon; calculated the time dependence of density contours, photon production rates, temperatures, mass, N/Z ratio, quadrupole moment. Systematic study of the thermal-photon thermometer via the isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.024603
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2018GA19      Phys.Rev. C 97, 064614 (2018)

L.Gan, H.B.Sun, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, J.Su, B.Guo, S.Q.Yan, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, Z.Y.Han, X.Y.Li, D.H.Li, T.L.Ma, Y.P.Shen, Y.Su, E.T.Li, S.P.Hu, W.P.Liu

Experimental study of the spectroscopic factors of 90-97Zr

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 90,92,94,96Zr(12C, 12C), (12C, 13C), E=66 MeV; 90,92,94,96Zr(13C, 13C), (13C, 12C), E=64 MeV; measured particle spectra, differential σ(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrograph at the HI-13 tandem accelerator facility of the CIAE, Beijing; deduced neutron spectroscopic factors using distorted-wave Born approximation (DWBA) calculations. Comparison of spectroscopic results with previous experiments. Relevance to neutron capture reactions in s process for synthesis of heavy elements.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.064614
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2018LI18      Chin.Phys.C 42, 044001 (2018)

E.-T.Li, Z.H.Li, S.-Q.Yan, J.Su, B.Guo, Y.-J.Li, Y.-B.Wang, G.Lian, S.Zeng, S.-Z.Chen, S.-B.Ma, X.-Q.Li, C.He, H.-B.Sun, W.-P.Liu

Measurement of the 2H(7Be, 6Li)3He reaction rate and its contribution to the primordial lithium abundance

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(7Be, 6Li)3He, E=17.7, 30.2 MeV; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced σ(θ), σ, reaction rates. Comparison with theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/42/4/044001
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2018LI24      Chin.Phys.C 42, 065001 (2018)

Z.-H.Li, E.-T.Li, J.Su, Y.-J.Li, Y.-B.Wang, S.-Q.Yan, B.Guo, D.Nan, W.-P.Liu

New determination of the 7Be ground state spectroscopic factor and the 6Li(p, γ)7Be astrophysical S(E)factors

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 7Be(d, 3He)6Li, E(cm)=6.7 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ(θ). 6Li(p, γ)7Be, E(cm)<1 MeV; analyzed available data; deduced S factors. Comparison with DWBA calculation code TWOFNR.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/42/6/065001
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2018LI33      Phys.Rev. C 98, 014618 (2018)

F.Li, L.Zhu, Z.-H.Wu, X.-B.Yu, J.Su, C.-C.Guo

Predictions for the synthesis of superheavy elements Z=119 and 120

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U, 242,244Pu, 243Am, 245,248Cm, 249Bk, 249Cf(48Ca, 3n), (48Ca, 4n), (48Ca, 5n), E*=25-60 MeV; calculated evaporation residue σ(E), and compared with available experimental data. 252Es(40Ca, 3n), E(cm)=204.08 MeV; 252Es(42Ca, 3n), E(cm)=203.00 MeV; 249Cf(45Sc, 3n), E(cm)=211.09 MeV; 255Es(40Ca, 4n), E(cm)=207.02 MeV; 254Es(40Ca, 3n), E(cm)=203.60 MeV; 247Bk(47Ti, 3n), E(cm)=219.19 MeV; 248Bk(46Ti, 3n), E(cm)=217.76 MeV; 242Cm(51V, 2n), E(cm)=225.86 MeV; 248Cf(45Sc, 2n), E(cm)=209.29 MeV; 241Am(52Cr, 2n), E(cm)=231.94 MeV; 252Es(44Ca, 3n), E(cm)=204.27 MeV; 253Es(43Ca, 3n), E(cm)=202.49 MeV; 254Es(42Ca, 3n), E(cm)=201.65 MeV; 251Cf(45Sc, 3n), E(cm)=210.03 MeV; 249Bk(47Ti, 3n), E(cm)=217.18 MeV; 248Bk(48Ti, 3n), E(cm)=219.47 MeV; 245Cm(51V, 3n), E(cm)=229.29 MeV; 247Bk(49Ti, 3n), E(cm)=222.17 MeV; 246Cm(50V, 3n), E(cm)=225.70 MeV; 244Cm(51V, 2n), E(cm)=224.00 MeV; 255Es(42Ca, 4n), E(cm)=205.95 MeV; 243Am(53Cr, 3n), E(cm)=236.20 MeV; 254Es(43Ca, 4n), E(cm)=206.90 MeV; 253Es(44Ca, 4n), E(cm)=210.94 MeV; 243Am(52Cr, 2n), E(cm)=229.49 MeV; 254Es(44Ca, 3n), E(cm)=201.64 MeV; 255Es(43Ca, 3n), E(cm)=201.49 MeV; 255Es(44Ca, 4n), E(cm)=207.59 MeV; 252Es(46Ca, 3n), E(cm)=206.00 MeV; 248Bk(50Ti, 3n), E(cm)=222.48 MeV; 247Cm(51V, 3n), E(cm)=226.83 MeV; 254Cf(45Sc, 4n), E(cm)=211.93 MeV; 249Bk(49Ti, 3n), E(cm)=218.88 MeV; 254Es(46Ca, 3n), E(cm)=203.64 MeV; 255Es(46Ca, 4n), E(cm)=210.13 MeV; 252Es(48Ca, 3n), E(cm)=208.42 MeV; 255Es(46Ca, 3n), E(cm)=204.13; 254Es(48Ca, 3n), E(cm)=205.96 MeV; 255Es(48Ca, 4n), E(cm)=212.72 MeV; 242Cm(50Cr, 2n), E(cm)=234.22 MeV; 249Cf(46Ti, 3n), E(cm)=222.89 MeV; 248Cf(46Ti, 2n), E(cm)=219.12 MeV; 257Fm(40Ca, 5n), E(cm)=222.66 MeV; 257Fm(40Ca, 4n), E(cm)=211.66 MeV; 257Fm(40Ca, 3n), E(cm)=205.66 MeV; 251Cf(46Ti, 3n), E(cm)=220.39 MeV; 252Es(45Sc, 3n), E(cm)=214.17 MeV; 250Cf(46Sc, 2n), E(cm)=218.88 MeV; 247Bk(50V, 3n), E(cm)=231.13 MeV; 244Cm(52Cr, 2n), E(cm)=234.88 MeV; 245Cm(52Cr, 3n), E(cm)=240.80 MeV; 243Cm(53Cr, 2n), E(cm)=236.02 MeV; 247Cm(50Cr, 3n), E(cm)=235.12 MeV; 257Fm(42Ca, 3n), E(cm)=205.29 MeV; 254Es(45Sc, 3n), E(cm)=213.40 MeV; 257Fm(43Ca, 4n), E(cm)=210.97 MeV; 257Fm(44Ca, 3n), E(cm)=205.27 MeV; 257Fm(46Ca, 3n), E(cm)=207.84 MeV; 250Cm(53Cr, 3n), E(cm)=234.59 MeV; 257Fm(48Ca, 3n), E(cm)=211.07 MeV; calculated production σ for Z=119 and 120 superheavy isotopes. Dinuclear system (DNS) model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014618
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2018SU08      Phys.Rev. C 97, 054604 (2018)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.Guo

Influence of the nuclear level density on the odd-even staggering in 56Fe + spallation at energies from 300 to 1500 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(56Fe, X), E=300-1500 MeV/nucleon; calculated level-density parameter, energy backshift, σ(E), differential σ(E), odd-even staggering (OES), and neutron- and proton-separation energies for Z=8-26, Tz=-1/2, 0, +1/2, +1 residual nuclei; deduced influence of level density on OES. 54Fe, 52Mn; calculated level densities as function of excitation energy. Calculations performed using isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model using statistical model GEMINI code. Comparison with experimental values.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.054604
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2018SU12      Phys.Rev. C 98, 014610 (2018)

J.Su, W.Trautmann, L.Zhu, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Dynamical properties and secondary decay effects of projectile fragmentations in 124Sn, 107Sn + 120Sn collisions at 600 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 120Sn(124Sn, X), (107Sn, X), E=600 MeV/nucleon; calculated mass number and excitation energy of fragments, longitudinal momenta, mean multiplicity of intermediate mass fragments (IMFs), σ(Z) of fragments, mean neutron-to-proton ratios of light fragments. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics model (IQMD) with and without the GEMINI statistical code. Comparison with experimental data for fragment yields from ALADIN Collaboration.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014610
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2018SU17      Phys.Rev. C 98, 024315 (2018)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.Guo

Isoscalar giant monopole resonance within the Bohr-Mottelson model

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE A=20-240; analyzed excitation energies and incompressibility parameters, widths, surface and symmetry parameters, Coulomb parameter of the incompressibility of the Isoscalar giant monopole resonance (ISGMR) as a function of the mass number in nuclei from 12C to 238U using Bohr-Mottelson model. Comparison with other theoretical predictions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.024315
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2018WA34      Yuan.Wul.Ping. 35, 445 (2018); Nucl.Phys.Rev. 35, 445 (2018)

Y.Wang, J.Su, Z.Han, B.Tang, B.Cui, T.Ge, Y.Lu, Z.Chen, B.Guo, X.Li, Y.Li, Z.Li, G.Lian, T.Ma, Y.Ma, Y.Shen, Y.Su, C.Wang, H.Wu, S.Yan, S.Zeng, Y.Zheng, C.Zhou, Y.Dang, G.Fu, Y.He, F.Liu, D.Wu, T.Zhang, W.Liu, for the BRIF collaboration

Study of the Exotic Decay Mode of 20Na with an Intense ISOL Beam

RADIOACTIVITY 20Na(β+α) [from 24Mg(p, nα), E<100 MeV]; measured decay products, Eα, Iα, Eγ, Iγ; deduced γ-ray energies and intensities, exotic β-γ-α decay mode.

doi: 10.11804/NuclPhysRev.35.04.445
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2018WU06      Phys.Rev. C 97, 064609 (2018)

Z.-H.Wu, L.Zhu, F.Li, X.-B.Yu, J.Su, C.-C.Guo

Synthesis of neutron-rich superheavy nuclei with radioactive beams within the dinuclear system model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 242,244Pu, 243Am, 245,248,250Cm, 249Bk, 250,251Cf(48Ca, 2n), (48Ca, 3n), (48Ca, 4n), (48Ca, 5n), E*=25-60 MeV; 234Th(42S, 2n), (42S, 3n), (42S, 4n), (42S, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 234Th, 244Pu(46Ar, 2n), (46Ar, 3n), (46Ar, 4n), (46Ar, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 234Th, 238U, 248Cm, 255Es(44Cl, 2n), (44Cl, 3n), (44Cl, 4n), (44Cl, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 228Ra(45Cl, 2n), (45Cl, 3n), (45Cl, 4n), (45Cl, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 244Pu, 248Cm(43Cl, 2n), (43Cl, 3n), (43Cl, 4n), (43Cl, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 244Pu, 254Cf, 255Es(41S, 2n), (41S, 3n), (41S, 4n), (41S, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 257Fm(42Ar, 2n), (42Ar, 3n), (42Ar, 4n), (42Ar, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; 260Md(38Cl, 2n), (38Cl, 3n), (38Cl, 4n), (38Cl, 5n), E*=20-65 MeV; calculated evaporation residue σ. 228Ra(45Cl, 2n), E*=36.0 MeV; 228Ra(46Cl, 3n), E*=46.0 MeV; 226Ra(47Cl, 2n), E*=36.0 MeV; 234Th(42S, 4n), E*=43.0 MeV; 228Ra(46Ar, 2n), E*=34.0 MeV; 234Th(43S, 5n), E*=51.0 MeV; 234Th(42S, 3n), E*=41.0 MeV; 234Th(43S, 4n), E*=46.0 MeV; 234Th(44S, 5n), E*=59.0 MeV; 234Th(44Cl, 2n), E*=37.0 MeV; 234Th(45Cl, 3n), E*=44.0 MeV; 228Ra(50K, 2n), E*=36.0 MeV; 234Th(46Ar, 2n), E*=34.0 MeV; 238U(43S, 3n), E*=41.0 MeV; 238U(42S, 2n), E*=37.0 MeV; 238U(44Cl, 3n), E*=38.0 MeV; 238U(43Cl, 2n), E*=36.0 MeV; 238U(43S, 3n), E*=41.0 MeV; 234Th(47K, 2n), E*=33.0 MeV; 244Pu(41S, 3n), E*=38.0 MeV; 244Pu(42S, 4n), E*=42.0 MeV; 238U(46Ar, 2n), E*=33.0 MeV; 244Pu(43Cl, 4n), E*=44.0 MeV; 242Pu(44Cl, 3n), E*=37.0 MeV; 244Pu(42Cl, 3n), E*=38.0 MeV; 244Pu(46Ar, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 244Pu(45Ar, 3n), E*=44.0 MeV; 242Pu(46Ar, 2n), E*=33.0 MeV; 248Cm(43Cl, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 250Cm(42Cl, 5n), E*=43.0 MeV; 248Cm(44Cl, 5n), E*=43.0 MeV; 248Cm(44Cl, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 250Cm(42Cl, 4n), E*=39.0 MeV; 250Cm(43Cl, 5n), E*=45.0 MeV; 254Cf(41S, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 253Cf(42S, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 250Cm(44Ar, 4n), E*=37.0 MeV; 255Es(41S, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 254Cf(42Cl, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 253Cf(43Cl, 5n), E*=39.0 MeV; 255Es(41S, 4n), E*=37.0 MeV; 253Cf(43Cl, 4n), E*=36.0 MeV; 254Cf(42Cl, 4n), E*=37.0 MeV; 250Cm(48Ca, 4n), E*=35.0 MeV; 248Cm(48Ca, 2n), E*=31.0 MeV; 250Cm(46Ca, 2n), E*=35.0 MeV; 255Es(44Cl, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 254Cf(44Ar, 4n), E*=36.0 MeV; 257Fm(41S, 4n), E*=37.0 MeV; 250Cm(48Ca, 3n), E*=31.0 MeV; 255Es(44Cl, 4n), E*=36.0 MeV; 253Cf(46Ar, 4n), E*=34.0 MeV; 254Cf(46Ar, 5n), E*=41.0 MeV; 250Cf(48Ca, 3n), E*=34.0 MeV; 250Cm(49Ti, 4n), E*=42.0 MeV; 252Cf(46Ca, 3n), E*=36.0 MeV; 260Md(38Cl, 3n), E*=41.0 MeV; 260Md(39Cl, 4n), E*=42.0 MeV; 257Fm(42Ar, 4n), E*=41.0 MeV; 251Cf(48Ca, 3n), E*=30.0 MeV; 252Cf(48Ca, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 250Cm(49Ti, 3n), E*=34.0 MeV; 257Fm(42Ar, 3n), E*=33.0 MeV; 257Fm(43Ar, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 260Md(39Cl, 3n), E*=37.0 MeV; 244Pu(43Cl, n), E*=40.0 MeV; 238Cm(48Ca, 2np), E*=41.0 MeV; 254Cf(41S, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 248Cm(48Ca, 2nα), E*=46.0 MeV; 248Cm(43Cl, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 242Pu(48Ca, 2np), E*=35.0 MeV; 248Cm(44Cl, 4n), E*=38.0 MeV; 242Pu(48Ca, np), E*=40.0 MeV; 244Pu(48Ca, 3np), E*=45.0 MeV; 255Es(41S, 5n), E*=40.0 MeV; 245Cm(48Ca, np), E*=32.0 MeV; 249Bk(48Ca, 2nα), E*=37.0 MeV; 255Es(41S, 4n), E*=37.0 MeV; 248Cm(48Ca, 3np), E*=44.0 MeV; 249Bk(48Ca, nα), E*=32.0 MeV; calculated evaporation residue σ, and optimal incident beam energies. 48Ca(238U, 2n), (238U, 3n), (238U, 4n), E(cm)=184.13-214.13 MeV; calculated evaporation residue σ, potential energy surface, driving potential, survival and complete fusion probabilities, and capture σ. Dinuclear system model. 271Db, 272,273Sg, 276Bh, 278Hs, 279Mt, 282Ds, 283Rg, 286Cn, 287,288Nh, 290Fl, 291,292Mc, 294,295Lv, 295,296Og; calculated evaporation residue σ, and optimal incident beam energies for various reactions. Comparison with available experimental data. Relevance to synthesis of neutron-rich superheavy nuclei using radioactive ion beams, such as those at ATLAS-ANL.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.064609
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2018XI05      Phys.Rev. C 97, 064608 (2018)

W.-J.Xie, J.Su, L.Zhu, F.-S.Zhang

Effects of the pion-nucleon potential in 197Au + 197Au collisions at 1.5 GeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(197Au, X), E=1.5 GeV/nucleon; calculated pion multiplicity, excitation function of pion multiplicity, rapidity distributions of directed and elliptic flows, rapidity dependence of the and centrality dependence of midrapidity and elliptic flows, polar angle distributions of π+ and π-, transverse momentum dependence of the strength function of the azimuthal anisotropy, using isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model using various sets of the pion-nucleon (πN) potential. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.064608
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2018ZH12      Phys.Rev. C 97, 034625 (2018)

Y.-X.Zhang, Y.-J.Wang, M.Colonna, P.Danielewicz, A.Ono, M.B.Tsang, H.Wolter, J.Xu, L.-W.Chen, D.Cozma, Z.-Q.Feng, S.Das Gupta, N.Ikeno, C.-M.Ko, B.-A.Li, Q.-F.Li, Z.-X.Li, S.Mallik, Y.Nara, T.Ogawa, A.Ohnishi, D.Oliinychenko, M.Papa, H.Petersen, J.Su, T.Song, J.Weil, N.Wang, F.g-S.Zhang, Z.Zhang

Comparison of heavy-ion transport simulations: Collision integral in a box

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.034625
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2018ZH17      Phys.Rev. C 97, 044614 (2018)

L.Zhu, P.-W.Wen, C.-J.Lin, X.-J.Bao, J.Su, C.Li, C.-C.Guo

Shell effects in a multinucleon transfer process

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 198Pt(136Xe, X), E(cm)=643, 420 MeV; 208Pb(136Xe, X), E(cm)=450, 526 MeV; 186W(136Xe, X), E(cm)=408 MeV; 186W(150Nd, X), E(cm)=451 MeV; calculated potential energy surfaces, total kinetic energy losses (TKEL), and production σ with and without shell corrections using dinuclear system (DNS) model; deduced shell effects on producing trans-target nuclei. Comparison with experimental values.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.044614
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2018ZH39      Phys.Rev. C 98, 034609 (2018)

L.Zhu, J.Su, P.-W.Wen, C.-C.Guo, C.Li

Multinucleon transfer process in the reaction 160Gd + 186W

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 186W(160Gd, X), E(cm)=430, 450, 503, 550 MeV; calculated potential energy surface as a function of mass asymmetry and β2 deformation, σ(E) for production of primary products as function of mass number, TKEL and β2, N/Z distribution of primary products, and production σ(E) of Os and Np isotopes, 202Os, 201Re, 240Np, 241U, and isotopes of Z=60-100, N=90-150. Dinuclear system (DNS) model with GEMINI code for multinucleon transfer (MNT) process.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.034609
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2017SU23      Phys.Rev. C 96, 024601 (2017)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.-Y.Huang, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Effects of symmetry energy and effective k-mass splitting on central 96Ru(96Zr) + 96Zr(96) collisions at 50 to 400 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 96Ru(96Zr, X), 96Zr(96Ru, X), E=50-400 MeV/nucleon; calculated slope and quantum temperatures, np, nn, and pp collisions as a function of time, observable n/p ratio from the free neutrons and protons as a function of rapidity; investigated isospin mixing in central heavy-ion collisions (HICs). Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics model in combination with the statistical decay code GEMINI. Comparison with experimental data from FOPI Collaboration.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.024601
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2017YA27      Astrophys.J. 848, 98 (2017)

S.Q.Yan, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, K.Nishio, M.Lugaro, A.I.Karakas, H.Makii, P.Mohr, J.Su, Y.J.Li, I.Nishinaka, K.Hirose, Y.L.Han, R.Orlandi, Y.P.Shen, B.Guo, S.Zeng, G.Lian, Y.S.Chen, W.P.Liu

The 95Zr(n, γ)96Zr Cross Section from the Surrogate Ratio Method and Its Effect on s-process Nucleosynthesis

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 94,90Zr(18O, 16O), E=117 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ for surrogate reactions. Comparison with KADONIS and ENDF/B-VII.1 evaluated nuclear library and TALYS nuclear code calculations.

doi: 10.3847/1538-4357/aa8c74
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2017ZH19      Phys.Rev. C 95, 044608 (2017)

L.Zhu, J.Su, P.-W.Wen

Optimal incident energies for production of neutron-deficient actinide nuclei in the reaction 58Ni + 238U

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(58Ni, X)216Np/217Np/218Np/219Np/222Np/224Np/226Np/228Np/230Np/232Np/234Np/236Np/238Np/240Np, E(cm)=260-400 MeV; calculated production σ(E) for A=216-240 Np isotopes. 222,223,224,225,226,227Pu, 224,225,226,227,228,231Am, 228,229,230,231,232Cm, 230,231,232,235,236,237Bk; predicted optimal incident energies (OPEs) for producing unknown neutron-deficient isotopes with Z=9497 in 58Ni+238U transfer reaction. Dinuclear system model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.95.044608
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2017ZH21      Nucl.Phys. A964, 93 (2017)

L.Zhu, J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Theoretical predictions on production of neutron-deficient nuclei with Z ≥ 93 in multinucleon transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 233U(58Ni, x), E(cm)=1.2, 1.3, 1.4 Coulomb barrier;238U(58Ni, x), (64Ni, x), E(cm)=1.3 Coulomb barrier;245Cm(40Ca, x), E(cm)=1.2, 1.3, 1.4 Coulomb barrier; calculated production σ of some neutron-deficient actinide isotopes; deduced feasible ways to produce neutron-deficient actinide nuclei in future.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2017.05.063
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2017ZH32      Phys.Rev. C 96, 024606 (2017)

L.Zhu, F.-S.Zhang, P.-W.Wen, J.Su, W.-J.Xie

Production of neutron-rich nuclei with Z=60-73 in reactions induced by Xe isotopes

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(136Xe, X), E(cm)=636 MeV; calculated production σ for A=122-150 Ba, Cs, Te and I isotopes, and compared with experimental data. 238U(124Xe, X), (136Xe, X), (144Xe, X), E(cm)=473-493 MeV; calculated production σ for target-like fragments (TLFs) with A=206-250, Z=88-96 neutron-rich isotopes, PES as functions of Z and N in 144Xe+238U reaction, yield distributions of total primary fragments as a function of their N/Z ratio for 124Xe+238U and 144Xe+238U reactions. 160Gd, 170Er, 186W(136Xe, X), (144Xe, X), E(cm)=353-406 MeV; calculated production σ for A=140-190, Z=60-73 neutron-rich isotopes. Dinuclear system model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.024606
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2016LI51      Chin.Phys.C 40, 114104 (2016)

E.T.Li, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, Y.J.Li, Z.D.Wu, J.Su, D.Y.Pang, X.X.Bai, X.C.Du, Q.W.Fan, L.Gan, Z.Y.Han, X.Hao, S.P.Hu, J.J.He, L.Jing, S.J.Jin, L.Li, X.Y.Li, Z.C.Li, G.Lian, J.C.Liu, Q.Luo, L.H.Qiao, Y.P.Shen, H.B.Sun, S.Q.Yan, X.Q.Yu, S.Zeng, D.H.Zhang, L.Y.Zhang, W.J.Zhang, Y.Zhou, W.P.Liu

Radii of the bound states in 16N from the asymptotic normalization coefficients

RADIOACTIVITY 16N(n) [from 15N(7Li, 6Li)16N, E=44 MeV]; analyzed available data; deduced asymptotic normalization coefficients (ANCs), rms radii of the valence neutron, probabilities of the valence neutron staying out of the core potentials.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/40/11/114104
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2016SU10      Phys.Lett. B 756, 323 (2016)

J.Su, W.P.Liu, N.T.Zhang, Y.P.Shen, Y.H.Lam, N.A.Smirnova, M.MacCormick, J.S.Wang, L.Jing, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, B.Guo, S.Q.Yan, Y.J.Li, S.Zeng, G.Lian, X.C.Du, L.Gan, X.X.Bai, Z.C.Gao, Y.H.Zhang, X.H.Zhou, X.D.Tang, J.J.He, Y.Y.Yang, S.L.Jin, P.Ma, J.B.Ma, M.R.Huang, Z.Bai, Y.J.Zhou, W.H.Ma, J.Hu, S.W.Xu, S.B.Ma, S.Z.Chen, L.Y.Zhang, B.Ding, Z.H.Li, G.Audi

Revalidation of the isobaric multiplet mass equation at A = 53, T = 3/2

RADIOACTIVITY 53Ni(EC), (ECp) [from Be(58Ni, X)53Ni, E=68.3 MeV/nucleon]; measured decay products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced T1/2, level scheme, J, π, isobaric analog state, mass excess, explanation of unexpected deviation from the isobaric multiplet mass equation (IMME) at A=53, T=3/2.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2016.03.024
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2016SU18      Eur.Phys.J. A 52, 207 (2016)

J.Su, C.-Y.Huang, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Effects of in-medium nucleon-nucleon cross sections on stopping observable and ratio of free protons in heavy-ion collisions at 400 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 96Zr, 96Ru(96Ru, x), E=400 MeV/nucleon; calculated in-medium factors vs energy and vs density using IQMD (Isospin-dependent Quantum Molecular Dynamics); deduced isospin effect using comparison with data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2016-16207-x
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2016SU21      Phys.Rev. C 94, 034619 (2016)

J.Su, L.Zhu, C.-Y.Huang, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Correlation between symmetry energy and effective k-mass splitting with an improved isospin- and momentum-dependent interaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 124Sn(124Sn, X), 112Sn(112Sn, X), E=50, 120 MeV/nucleon; analyzed double ratios of the coalescence invariant neutron and proton spectra in central collisions; extracted isospin transport ratios from the yield ratios of A=7 isotopes using IQMD+GEMINI model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.034619
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2016SU22      Yuan.Wul.Ping. 33, 230 (2016); Nucl.Phys.Rev. 33, 230 (2016)

L.Sun, X.Xu, C.Lin, J.Wang, D.Fang, Z.Li, Y.Wang, J.Li, L.Yang, N.Ma, K.Wang, H.Zhang, H.Wang, C.Li, C.Shi, M.Nie, X.Li, H.Li, J.Ma, P.Ma, S.Jin, M.Huang, Z.Bai, J.Wang, F.Yang, H.Jia, H.Zhang, Z.Liu, P.Bao, S.Wang, Z.Wu, Y.Yang, Z.Chen, J.Su, Y.Shen, Y.Zhou, W.Ma, J.Chen

An implantation and detection system for spectroscopy of 22, 24Si

RADIOACTIVITY 22,24Si(β+p); measured decay products, Ep, Ip; deduced energy levels, J, π, T1/2, branchning ratios.

doi: 10.11804/NuclPhysRev.33.02.230
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2016WA18      Phys.Rev. C 94, 024608 (2016)

Y.Wang, C.Guo, Q.Li, Z.Li, J.Su, H.Zhang

Influence of differential elastic nucleon-nucleon cross section on stopping and collective flow in heavy-ion collisions at intermediate energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(p, p), (n, n), E=150, 250, 400, 800 MeV; calculated normalized NN differential cross sections versus the cosine of the center-of-mass scattering angle, and compared with experimental data at ≈400 MeV. 197Au(197Au, X), E=150, 250, 400, 800 MeV/nucleon; calculated longitudinal and transverse rapidity distributions, directed and elliptic flows of free protons using three nucleon-nucleon (NN) elastic differential cross sections: parameterized differential cross section, differential cross section from the collision term of the self-consistent relativistic Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck equation, and the isotropic differential cross section within the new version of the ultrarelativistic quantum molecular dynamics (UrQMD) model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.024608
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2016XU03      Phys.Rev. C 93, 044609 (2016)

J.Xu, L.-W.Chen, M.Y.B.Tsang, H.Wolter, Y.-X.Zhang, J.Aichelin, M.Colonna, D.Cozma, P.Danielewicz, Z.-Q.Feng, A.Le Fevre, T.Gaitanos, C.Hartnack, K.Kim, Y.Kim, C.-M.Ko, B.-A.Li, Q.-F.Li, Z.-X.Li, P.Napolitani, A.Ono, M.Papa, T.Song, J.Su, J.-L.Tian, N.Wang, Y.-J.Wang, J.Weil, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang, G.-Q.Zhang

Understanding transport simulations of heavy-ion collisions at 100A and 400A MeV: Comparison of heavy-ion transport codes under controlled conditions

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.044609
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2016YA09      Phys.Rev. C 94, 015804 (2016)

S.Q.Yan, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, K.Nishio, H.Makii, J.Su, Y.J.Li, I.Nishinaka, K.Hirose, Y.L.Han, R.Orlandi, Y.P.Shen, B.Guo, S.Zeng, G.Lian, Y.S.Chen, X.X.Bai, L.H.Qiao, W.P.Liu

Examination of the surrogate ratio method for the determination of the 93Zr (n, γ)94Zr cross section with 90, 92Zr(18O, 16O) 92, 94Zr reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 90,92Zr(18O, 16O), E=117 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, (16O)γ-coin at the Tandem accelerator of JAEA facility. 92,94Zr; measured γ-decay probability ratios. 93Zr(n, γ), E>3 MeV; deduced σ(E) by surrogate ratio method, using reference cross sections of the 91Zr(n, γ)92Zr reaction from ENDF/B-VII.1, and the measured γ-decay probability ratios.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.015804
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2016ZH23      Phys.Rev. C 93, 064610 (2016)

L.Zhu, J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Influence of the neutron numbers of projectile and target on the evaporation residue cross sections in hot fusion reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(34S, 3n)269Hs, 238U(34S, 4n)268Hs, 238U(34S, 5n)267Hs, 238U(36S, 3n)272Hs, 238U(36S, 4n)271Hs, 238U(36S, 5n)270Hs, E(cm)=140-210 MeV; 238Pu(48Ca, 3n)283Fl, 238Pu(48Ca, 4n)282Fl, 238Pu(48Ca, 5n)281Fl, 239Pu(48Ca, 3n)284Fl, 239Pu(48Ca, 4n)283Fl, 240Pu(48Ca, 3n)285Fl, 240Pu(48Ca, 4n)284Fl, 242Pu(48Ca, 2n)288Fl, 242Pu(48Ca, 3n)287Fl, 242Pu(48Ca, 4n)286Fl, 242Pu(48Ca, 5n)285Fl, 244Pu(48Ca, 3n)289Fl, 244Pu(48Ca, 4n)288Fl, 244Pu(48Ca, 5n)287Fl, 244Pu(42Ca, 3n)283Fl, 244Pu(42Ca, 4n)282Fl, 244Pu(42Ca, 5n)281Fl, 244Pu(43Ca, 3n)284Fl, 244Pu(43Ca, 4n)283Fl, 244Pu(43Ca, 5n)282Fl, 244Pu(44Ca, 3n)285Fl, 244Pu(44Ca, 4n)284Fl, 244Pu(44Ca, 5n)283Fl, 244Pu(46Ca, 3n)287Fl, 244Pu(46Ca, 4n)286Fl, 244Pu(46Ca, 5n)285Fl, 238U(44Ca, 3n)279Cn, 238U(44Ca, 4n)278Cn, 238U(44Ca, 5n)277Cn, 242Pu(44Ca, 3n)283Fl, 242Pu(44Ca, 4n)282Fl, 242Pu(44Ca, 5n)281Fl, 248Cm(44Ca, 3n)289Lv, 248Cm(44Ca, 4n)288Lv, 248Cm(44Ca, 5n)287Lv, 238U(46Ca, 3n)281Cn, 238U(46Ca, 4n)280Cn, 238U(46Ca, 5n)279Cn, 237Np(46Ca, 3n)280Nh, 237Np(46Ca, 4n)279Nh, 237Np(46Ca, 5n)278Nh, 239Pu(46Ca, 3n)282Fl, 239Pu(46Ca, 4n)281Fl, 239Pu(46Ca, 5n)280Fl, 240Pu(46Ca, 3n)283Fl, 240Pu(46Ca, 4n)282Fl, 240Pu(46Ca, 5n)281Fl, 241Am(46Ca, 3n)284Mc, 241Am(46Ca, 4n)283Mc, 241Am(46Ca, 5n)282Mc, 243Am(46Ca, 3n)286Mc, 243Am(46Ca, 4n)285Mc, 243Am(46Ca, 5n)284Mc, 243Cm(46Ca, 3n)286Lv, 243Cm(46Ca, 4n)285Lv, 243Cm(46Ca, 5n)284Lv, 245Cm(46Ca, 3n)288Lv, 245Cm(46Ca, 4n)287Lv, 245Cm(46Ca, 5n)286Lv, 235U(48Ca, 3n)280Cn, 235U(48Ca, 4n)279Cn, 235U(48Ca, 5n)278Cn, 241Am(48Ca, 3n)286Mc, 241Am(48Ca, 4n)285Mc, 241Am(48Ca, 5n)284Mc, 243Cm(48Ca, 3n)289Lv, 243Cm(48Ca, 4n)288Lv, 243Cm(48Ca, 5n)287Lv; Calculated evaporation residues (ER) cross sections for superheavy elements, and compared with available experimental data. Maximum cross sections deduced for 243Cm(46Ca, 3n)288Lv, E(cm)=200.7 MeV, 241Am(48Ca, 4n)285Mc, E(cm)=210.5 MeV, 248Cm(44Ca, 4n)288Lv, E(cm)=201.7 MeV, and 238Pu(48Ca, 4n)282Fl, E(cm)=208.7 MeV. Dinuclear system model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.064610
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2016ZH48      Phys.Rev. C 94, 054606 (2016)

L.Zhu, J.Su, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Production of neutron-rich transcalifornium nuclei in 238U-induced transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 248Cm(238U, X), E(cm)=800 MeV; calculated production σ for A=248-254 Es, Fm and Md isotopes, and compared with experimental data. 248,250Cm, 249Cf, (238U, X), E(cm)=1.1(VCN=interaction potential at the touching point); calculated production σ for A=245-270 Es, Fm, Md, No, Lr and Rf isotopes. Dinuclear system (DNS) model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.054606
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2016ZH50      Chin.Phys.C 40, 124105 (2016)

L.Zhu, J.Su, C.-Y.Huang, F.-S.Zhang

Effects of entrance channel on fusion probability in hot fusion reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 248Cm(26Mg, X)274Hs, 238U(36S, X)274Hs, 226Ra(48Ca, X)274Hs, E<60 MeV/nucleon; 238U(48Ca, X)286Cn, 234U(52Ca, X)286Cn, 231Pa(55Sc, X)286Cn, E<60 MeV/nucleon; analyzed available data; calculated fusion probability as a function of dinuclear system excitation energy. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/40/12/124105
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2015SH16      Phys.Rev. C 91, 047304 (2015)

Y.P.Shen, W.P.Liu, J.Su, N.T.Zhang, L.Jing, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, B.Guo, S.Q.Yan, Y.J.Li, S.Zeng, G.Lian, X.C.Du, L.Gan, X.X.Bai, J.S.Wang, Y.H.Zhang, X.H.Zhou, X.D.Tang, J.J.He, Y.Y.Yang, S.L.Jin, P.Ma, J.B.Ma, M.R.Huang, Z.Bai, Y.J.Zhou, W.H.Ma, J.Hu, S.W.Xu, S.B.Ma, S.Z.Chen, L.Y.Zhang, B.Ding, Z.H.Li

Measurement of the 52Fe mass via the precise proton-decay energy of 53Com

RADIOACTIVITY 53mCo(p)[from 9Be(58Ni, X), E=68.3 MeV/nucleon]; 41Ti(β+p); measured Ep, Ip, at RIBLL-HIRFL-Lanzhou facility; deduced mass excess of 52Fe and compared with AME-2012 evaluation. 51Fe, 52Co(β+); measured half-lives and compared with evaluated data in ENSDF.

ATOMIC MASSES 52Fe; deduced mass excess from Q value of proton decay of 3174.1 keV, 19/2- isomer in 53Co determined from measured proton energy. Comparison with previous experimental results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.91.047304
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2015XI01      Phys.Rev. C 91, 054609 (2015)

W.-J.Xie, Z.-Q.Feng, J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Probing the momentum-dependent symmetry potential via nuclear collective flows

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(197Au, X), E=250-800 MeV/nucleon; calculated directed and elliptic flow of protons, rapidity and transverse momentum dependence of the neutron-proton differential directed flow. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics (IQMD) model. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.91.054609
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2015ZH11      Chin.Phys.C 39, 044103 (2015)

D.-H.Zhang, W.-J.Xie, J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Production cross section of neutron-rich calcium isotopes in heavy ion collisions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 112Sn(112Sn, X), 124Sn(124Sn, X)48Ca/54Ca, E<160 MeV; calculated production σ. IQMD+GEMINI model.

doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/39/4/044103
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2014CH05      Phys.Rev. C 89, 014618 (2014)

K.Cherevko, L.Bulavin, J.Su, V.Sysoev, F.-S.Zhang

"Doughnut" nuclear shapes in head-on heavy ion collisions

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.014618
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2014GU02      Phys.Rev. C 89, 012801 (2014)

B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, J.Su, D.Y.Pang, S.Q.Yan, Z.D.Wu, E.T.Li, X.X.Bai, X.C.Du, Q.W.Fan, L.Gan, J.J.He, S.J.Jin, L.Jing, L.Li, Z.C.Li, G.Lian, J.C.Liu, Y.P.Shen, Y.B.Wang, X.Q.Yu, S.Zeng, L.Y.Zhang, W.J.Zhang, W.P.Liu

Spectroscopic factors for low-lying 16N levels and the astrophysical 15N(n, γ)16N

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 15N(7Li, 6Li)16N, E=44 MeV; measured 6Li spectrum, σ(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrograph at CIAE's HI-13 tandem accelerator facility. 16N; deduced levels, J, π, configurations, spectroscopic factors for ground and first three excited states. DWBA analysis. Comparison with shell model calculations. 15N(n, γ)16N, at T=0.01-3 GK; deduced astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with previous experimental and theoretical results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.012801
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2014HU16      Phys.Rev. C 90, 025803 (2014)

J.Hu, J.J.He, A.Parikh, S.W.Xu, H.Yamaguchi, D.Kahl, P.Ma, J.Su, H.W.Wang, T.Nakao, Y.Wakabayashi, T.Teranishi, K.I.Hahn, J.Y.Moon, H.S.Jung, T.Hashimoto, A.A.Chen, D.Irvine, C.S.Lee, S.Kubono

Examination of the role of the 14O(α, p)17F reaction rate in type-I x-ray bursts

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(17F, p), E=3.6 MeV/nucleon, [17F secondary beam from 2H(16O, n), E=6.6 MeV/nucleon primary reaction]; measured Ep, Ip, angular distribution using radioactive ion beam separator (CRIB) at CNS-RIKEN facility. 18Ne; deduced levels, resonances, J, π, L-transfers, widths, proton partial widths, resonance strengths. R-matrix analysis of experimental data. Comparison with previous experimental results. 14O(α, p)17F, at T9=0.25-3.0; deduced reaction rates and compared with other studies. Relevance to hot-CNO cycle of the rp-process in type-I x-ray bursts (XRBs).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.90.025803
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2014LI49      Phys.Rev. C 90, 067601 (2014)

E.T.Li, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, B.Guo, Y.B.Wang, D.Y.Pang, J.Su, S.Q.Yan, S.Zeng, L.Gan, Z.C.Li, J.C.Liu, X.X.Bai, Z.D.Wu, S.J.Jin, L.Y.Zhang, X.Q.Yu, L.Li, H.B.Sun, G.Lian, Q.W.Fan, W.P.Liu

Proton spectroscopic factor of the 12C ground state from the 12C(11B, 12C) 11B elastic transfer reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(11B, 11B), (11B, 12C)11B, E=50 MeV; measured particle spectra, angular distributions using Q3D magnetic spectrometer at the HI-13 tandem accelerator of CIAE facility. 12C; deduced optical potential parameters, proton spectroscopic factor for 12C g.s., DWBA calculations. Comparison with previous experimental and theoretical results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.90.067601
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2014SU03      Phys.Rev. C 89, 014619 (2014)

J.Su, K.Cherevko, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Nonisotropic and nonsingle explosion in central 129Xe + 120Sn collisions at 50-125 MeV/nucleon

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 129Xe(120Sn, X), E=50-125 MeV/nucleon; calculated average kinetic energy, average multiplicity of fragments as a function of charge for forward and sideward angles, collective and Coulomb expansion energy per nucleon as a function of polar angle, radial flow energies of H, He, Li, and Be fragments, contours of time evolutions of the density and the collective velocity, longitudinal and transverse collective velocity as a function of radius. Isospin-dependent quantum molecular dynamics model, and statistical decay code GEMINI. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.014619
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2014WU03      Phys.Rev. C 89, 054315 (2014)

Z.D.Wu, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, J.Su, D.Y.Pang, S.Q.Yan, E.T.Li, X.X.Bai, X.C.Du, Q.W.Fan, L.Gan, J.J.He, S.J.Jin, L.Jing, L.Li, Z.C.Li, G.Lian, J.C.Liu, Y.P.Shen, Y.B.Wang, X.Q.Yu, S.Zeng, D.H.Zhang, L.Y.Zhang, W.J.Zhang, W.P.Liu

Proton widths of the low-lying 16F states from the 15N(7Li, 6Li)16N reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 15N(7Li, 7Li), (7Li, 6Li), E=34.5, 44 MeV; measured particle spectra, elastic and inelastic σ(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrograph at CIAE facility. 16N; deduced levels, J, π, asymptotic normalization coefficients (ANCs), spectroscopic factors. DWBA analysis. 16F; deduced proton and single-particle widths, spectroscopic factors for first four levels from mirror analogy with 16N. Comparison with previous experimental results and compilation.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.054315
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2013GU04      Phys.Rev. C 87, 015803 (2013)

B.Guo, J.Su, Z.H.Li, Y.B.Wang, S.Q.Yan, Y.J.Li, N.C.Shu, Y.L.Han, X.X.Bai, Y.S.Chen, W.P.Liu, H.Yamaguchi, D.N.Binh, T.Hashimoto, S.Hayakawa, D.Kahl, S.Kubono, J.J.He, J.Hu, S.W.Xu, N.Iwasa, N.Kume, Z.H.Li

Determination of the astrophysical 12N(p, γ)13O reaction rate from the 2H(12N, 13O)n reaction and its astrophysical implications

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(12N, 13O)1n, E=59 MeV; measured reaction products, energy loss, time-of-flight, differential σ(θ); deduced ANC, astrophysical S factors. 12N(p, γ)13O, at T9=0.3-3.0; deduced stellar reaction rate. Astrophysical implications discussed.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.87.015803
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2013JI13      Phys.Rev. C 88, 035801 (2013)

S.J.Jin, Y.B.Wang, J.Su, S.Q.Yan, Y.J.Li, B.Guo, Z.H.Li, S.Zeng, G.Lian, X.X.Bai, W.P.Liu, H.Yamaguchi, S.Kubono, J.Hu, D.Kahl, H.S.Jung, J.Y.Moon, C.S.Lee, T.Teranishi, H.W.Wang, H.Ishiyama, N.Iwasa, T.Komatsubara, B.A.Brown

Resonant scattering of 22Na+p studied by the thick-target inverse-kinematic method

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(22Na, 22Na), E<37.1 MeV, [22Na secondary beam from 1H(22Ne, 22Na), E=6.0 MeV/nucleon primary reaction]; measured back-angle recoil-proton spectra, TOF, differential σ(E) using thick target technique at RIBF-RIKEN facility. R-matrix analysis of resonance spectra. 23Mg; deduced levels, resonances, J, π, Γp, Γγ, resonance strengths, two s-wave resonances. Comparison with previous experimental data, and with shell-model calculations. 22Na(p, γ)23Mg, T9=0.01-10; deduced astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with previous experimental data and NACRE evaluation.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 23Mg; calculated levels, J, π, s-wave resonances, their spectroscopic factors and γ widths using shell model with usda and usdb interactions. Comparison with experimental data, and with structure of 23Na mirror nucleus.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.88.035801
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2013LI09      Phys.Rev. C 87, 017601 (2013)

Z.H.Li, Y.J.Li, J.Su, B.Guo, E.T.Li, K.J.Dong, X.X.Bai, Z.C.Li, J.C.Liu, S.Q.Yan, Y.B.Wang, S.Zeng, G.Lian, B.X.Wang, S.J.Jin, X.Liu, W.J.Zhang, W.Z.Huang, Q.W.Fan, L.Gan, Z.D.Wu, W.P.Liu

New determination of the proton spectroscopic factor in 9Be from the 13C(9Be, 8Li)14N angular distribution

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 13C(9Be, 8Li)14N, 12,13C(9Be, 9Be), E=40 MeV; measured particle spectra, Eα, differential s(θ) using Q3D magnetic spectrometer at HI-13 tandem accelerator facility in Beijing. 9Be; deduced proton spectroscopic factor for g.s. Optical model and DWBA analysis. Comparison with previous experimental and theoretical studies. Relevance to astrophysical S factor for 8Li(p, γ)9Be reaction.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.87.017601
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2013SU03      Phys.Rev. C 87, 017602 (2013)

J.Su, F.-S.Zhang

Non-equilibrium and residual memory in momentum space of fragmenting sources in central heavy-ion collisions

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.87.017602
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2013SU07      Phys.Rev. C 87, 024312 (2013)

J.Su, W.P.Liu, N.C.Shu, S.Q.Yan, Z.H.Li, B.Guo, W.Z.Huang, S.Zeng, E.T.Li, S.J.Jin, X.Liu, Y.B.Wang, G.Lian, Y.J.Li, Y.S.Chen, X.X.Bai, J.S.Wang, Y.Y.Yang, R.F.Chen, S.W.Xu, J.Hu, S.Z.Chen, S.B.Ma, J.L.Han, P.Ma, Q.Hu, J.B.Ma, X.G.Cao, S.L.Jin, Z.Bai, K.Yang, F.D.Shi, W.Zhang, Z.Chen, L.X.Liu, Q.Y.Lin, X.S.Yan, X.H.Zhang, F.Fu, J.J.He, X.Q.Li, C.He, M.S.Smith

Reexamining the β decay of 53, 54Ni, 52, 53Co, 51Fe, and 50Mn

RADIOACTIVITY 50Mn, 50Cr, 51Fe, 52,53Co, 53,54Ni(β+), (EC), (β+p)[from (58Ni, X), E=68.6 MeV/nucleon]; measured β-delayed protons, (proton)γ-coin, Eγ, Iγ, T1/2 at HIRFL facility in Lanzhou. Implications for r process. Comparison with previous experimental studies.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.87.024312
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2013XI13      Phys.Rev. C 88, 061601 (2013)

W.-J.Xie, J.Su, L.Zhu, F.-S.Zhang

Neutron-proton effective mass splitting in a Boltzmann-Langevin approach

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.88.061601
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2013ZH36      Nucl.Phys. A915, 90 (2013)

L.Zhu, J.Su, W.-J.Xie, F.-S.Zhang

Study of the dynamical potential barriers in heavy ion collisions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 58Ni(58Ni, X), E(cm)=94-110 MeV;64Ni(64Ni, X), E(cm)=90-109 MeV;154Sm(16O, X), E(cm)=52-90 MeV;208Pb(16O, X), E(cm)=72-280 MeV; calculated fusion σ using isospin-dependent QMD with shell corrections; deduced relative orientation of nuclei, nucleus-nucleus potentials. Compared to data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2013.07.003
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