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Parametrisation of the experimental fusion–fission cross-sections

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Abstract

We have presented non-linear analytical formula for fusion–fission cross-sections. This is achieved by analysing many fusion–fission experiments of the compound nuclei of atomic number range \(23 \le Z \le 146\) available in literature. Our parametrised formula can reproduce the fusion–fission cross-sections which agree well with the experiments. Our parametrisations depend on the charges and masses of the compound nuclei and fission fragments only. These results can be used as a guideline for estimating the fusion–fission cross-sections in those cases where measurements do not exist and also for studying new nuclei which are not yet explored.

Keywords

Superheavy nuclei fusion–fission cross-sections 

PACS Nos

25.70.Jj 24.10.−i 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsGovernment College for WomenKolarIndia

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