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The mass distribution width of heavy-ion fission for various composite systems

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Abstract

It is qualitatively shown that the width of the fusion-fission events increases with increasing Z2/A.

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Faber, M.E. The mass distribution width of heavy-ion fission for various composite systems. Z Physik A 297, 277–278 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01892810

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Keywords

  • Elementary Particle
  • Mass Distribution
  • Distribution Width
  • Composite System
  • Mass Distribution Width