Residual nuclei production in fragmentation and fission reactions investigated in inverse kinematics

Jose Fernando Benlliure-Anaya, University of Santiago de Compostela
Wednesday, Jun 26, 4:00 PM - Special Seminar
1200 FRIB Laboratory

Abstract:  The nature of the final fragments produced in nuclear reactions has been widely used to obtain valuable information on the reaction mechanism, but also on the bulk or structural properties of the reacting nuclei. The understanding of the final yields is also of utmost importance in many applications such as radiotherapy, radioprotection or the beams delivered by radioactive beam facilities. In this talk I will present some of the results obtained during the last decade at GSI investigating the fragment yields produced in fragmentation and fission reactions using inverse kinematic reactions at relativistic energies. I will also address some future plans at GSI/FAIR.