Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Theoretical study of intermediate-mass fragments in proton-nucleus reactions at 200 MeV
USRA Space Science Department, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, 35805, Huntsville, AL, USA
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Accepted: 18 February 2017
Published online: 6 March 2017
We have analyzed energy spectra, angular distributions, and mass and charge distributions of intermediate-mass fragments (IMFs) from the interaction of 27Al, 59Co, and 197Au with 200 MeV protons. Calculations within the modified statistical model with final-state interaction were performed using SAPTON code. Within the experimental uncertainty and constraint, SAPTON shows good agreement with the data, and suggests that the IMFs are produced after the intra-nuclear cascade stage, and during the surface coalescence, as well as the evaporation/fission stages.
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