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Title: Excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction of up to 47-MeV deuterons with tin

Abstract

The investigations, initiated in, of the deuteron excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction energies of up to several tens of MeV were continued. The aim of the investigations is to obtain experimental data that can be used to determine the concentration of nuclides forming as a result of the transmutation of nuclei of the deuteron-irradiated material as well as to study the possibilities of predicting the data theoretically. In the present work we measured the excitation function for reactions in which long-lived nuclides are formed under irradiation of tin by deuterons. Calculations of the excitation functions were performed on the basis of the model of pre-equilibrium emission of nucleons and evaporation of nucleons and {gamma}-rays from the compound nucleus using the program ALICE LIVERMORE. Conclusions are drawn on the basis of a comparison of the measurements and calculations about the role of the compound-nucleus mechanism in reactions with deuterons on tin and the possibility of using the ALICE LIVERMORE program for predicting reaction excitation functions. Thus far the only such investigation for tin is the experiment performed with deuteron energies up to 13.6 MeV.

Authors:
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  1. Institute of Nuclear Research (Russian Federation)
Publication Date:
OSTI Identifier:
81565
Resource Type:
Journal Article
Journal Name:
Atomic Energy (New York)
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 75; Journal Issue: 3; Other Information: PBD: Mar 1994; TN: Translated from Atomnaya Energiya; 75: No. 3, 213-219(Sep 1993)
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
66 PHYSICS; DEUTERONS; NUCLEAR REACTIONS; EXCITATION FUNCTIONS; A CODES; TIN ISOTOPES; EXPERIMENTAL DATA; MEV RANGE 10-100

Citation Formats

Gonchar, A.V., Kondratev, S.N., Lobach, Y.N., Nevskii, S.V., Sklyarenko, V.D., and Tokarevskii, V.V.. Excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction of up to 47-MeV deuterons with tin. United States: N. p., 1994. Web.
Gonchar, A.V., Kondratev, S.N., Lobach, Y.N., Nevskii, S.V., Sklyarenko, V.D., & Tokarevskii, V.V.. Excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction of up to 47-MeV deuterons with tin. United States.
Gonchar, A.V., Kondratev, S.N., Lobach, Y.N., Nevskii, S.V., Sklyarenko, V.D., and Tokarevskii, V.V.. Tue . "Excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction of up to 47-MeV deuterons with tin". United States.
@article{osti_81565,
title = {Excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction of up to 47-MeV deuterons with tin},
author = {Gonchar, A.V. and Kondratev, S.N. and Lobach, Y.N. and Nevskii, S.V. and Sklyarenko, V.D. and Tokarevskii, V.V.},
abstractNote = {The investigations, initiated in, of the deuteron excitation functions for nuclear reactions with interaction energies of up to several tens of MeV were continued. The aim of the investigations is to obtain experimental data that can be used to determine the concentration of nuclides forming as a result of the transmutation of nuclei of the deuteron-irradiated material as well as to study the possibilities of predicting the data theoretically. In the present work we measured the excitation function for reactions in which long-lived nuclides are formed under irradiation of tin by deuterons. Calculations of the excitation functions were performed on the basis of the model of pre-equilibrium emission of nucleons and evaporation of nucleons and {gamma}-rays from the compound nucleus using the program ALICE LIVERMORE. Conclusions are drawn on the basis of a comparison of the measurements and calculations about the role of the compound-nucleus mechanism in reactions with deuterons on tin and the possibility of using the ALICE LIVERMORE program for predicting reaction excitation functions. Thus far the only such investigation for tin is the experiment performed with deuteron energies up to 13.6 MeV.},
doi = {},
journal = {Atomic Energy (New York)},
number = 3,
volume = 75,
place = {United States},
year = {1994},
month = {3}
}