Nuclear physics with simple and multi-element detectors and with stable and radioactive beams
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The phenomenon of fusion barrier distributions is discussed in the context of a problem already investigated in some detail with simple detection systems, but possessing avenues to studies with multi-detector arrays. The complementarity of research with simple and complex detectors, as well as with stable and radioactive beams, will be highlighted.
KeywordsFusion scattering and transfer reactions radioactive beams superheavy nuclei
PACS Nos25.60.-t 25.70.J 25.70.Be 25.70.Gh 25.70.Hi
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