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By J. Kliman, M. G. Itkis, S. Gmuca

This complaints quantity is 6th within the sequence of overseas meetings overlaying the fission, quasi-fission, fusion-fission phenomena and synthesis of superheavy nuclei, ordinarily at low or close to barrier energies. either experimental and theoretical matters are lined. the themes are mentioned through a bunch of members, and an summary of the present actions within the box is given.

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5 we show, as solid points, the multiplicity angular distribution of protons and alpha particles, detected in coincidence with one of the PPAC versus the identification number of the BALL detectors. The predictions of the statistical model, as implemented in the code PACE2 (solid lines), are superimposed to the data. The detailed geometry of the detecting system has been properly included in PACE2. For each ring, we observe a strong dependence of the intensity on the detector position resulting from the different correlation angles with respect to the trigger detector, both for protons and alpha-particles.

The THOMATE protocol has then been applied to 5SFe + 244pU leading to Z=120 [13]. Figure 10 shows the TKE-fragment mass distribution for this system (left). When different mass selections are applied, the pre- and post-scission multiplicity correlation (right) presents a similar behaviour as for the Z = 114 case. The asymmetric fragment masses correspond to the quasi-fission process. The symmetric mass fragments correspond to a mixing of the two processes: quasi-fission and fusion-fission. When the mass selection is taken more central, the fusion-fission component increases compared to that of the quasi-fission.

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