Maximum excitation energy in fusion-evaporation reactions from light particle multiplicity measurements in32S+58Ni at 25 MeV/A

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By using two 4π detector systems for charged particles and neutrons, we measured the evaporated light particles emitted in coincidence with evaporation residues (ER) produced in the reaction32S+58Ni atE(32S) ≈ 820 MeV. From the analysis of the light particle multiplicities as a function of the ER velocity, we extracted the maximum excitation energy reached in fusion evaporation reactions for the studied system.

Supported by the European Community Programme “Human Capital and Mobility”