Use of semiclassical quantities in transfer reactions

  • H. J. Körner
Session B Quantitative Interpretation of Transfer Reactions Near the Coulomb Barrier
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 33)


Semiclassical quantities are used to discuss several features of transfer and inelastic scattering reactions induced by heavy ions. Experimental data on absorption phenomena in elastic scattering and the relative importance of quasielastic channels are presented. Transfer probabilities and the enhancement of two-nucleon transfer cross sections due to correlated nuclear structure are discussed. The question of two-step, simultaneous and successive transfer reactions is investigated for 16, 18O induced two neutron transfer reactions, and the “exotic” (16O, 16O, 15C) reaction.


Incident Energy Coulomb Barrier Fusion Cross Section Total Reaction Cross Section Optical Model Parameter 
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  • H. J. Körner
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  1. 1.Physik-DepartmentTechn. UniversitätGarchingGermany

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