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Jurado, B., Marini, P., Mathieu, L., Aiche, M., Czajkowski, S., Tsekhanovich, I., Audouin, L., Boutoux, G., Denis-Petit, D., Guttormsen, M., Kessedjian, G., Lebois, M., Méot, V., Oberstedt, A., Oberstedt, S., Roig, O., Sérot, O., Tassan-Got, L. och Wilson, J. (2017) *Investigation of the surrogate-reaction method via the simultaneous measurement of gamma-emission and fission probabilities*.

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@conference{

Jurado2017,

author={Jurado, B. and Marini, P. and Mathieu, L. and Aiche, M. and Czajkowski, S. and Tsekhanovich, I. and Audouin, L. and Boutoux, G. and Denis-Petit, D. and Guttormsen, M. and Kessedjian, G. and Lebois, M. and Méot, V. and Oberstedt, Andreas and Oberstedt, S. and Roig, O. and Sérot, O. and Tassan-Got, L. and Wilson, J.N.},

title={Investigation of the surrogate-reaction method via the simultaneous measurement of gamma-emission and fission probabilities},

booktitle={2016 International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology, ND 2016, Bruges, Belgium, 11-16 September 2016},

isbn={978-275989020-0},

abstract={We present the results of two experiments where we have measured for the first time simultaneously the fission and gamma-decay probabilities induced by different surrogate reactions. In particular, we have investigated the 238 U(d,p), 238 U( 3 He,t) and 238 U( 3 He, 4 He) reactions as surrogates for the neutron-induced n + 238 U, n + 237 Np and n + 236 U reactions, respectively. In the region where gamma emission, neutron emission and fission compete, our results for the fission probabilities agree fairly well with the neutron-induced data, whereas our gamma-decay probabilities are significantly higher than the neutron-induced data. The interpretation of these results is not obvious and is discussed within the framework of the statistical model with preliminary results for calculated spin-parity distributions populated in surrogate reactions. We also present future plans for surrogate-reaction studies in inverse kinematics with radioactive-ion beams at storage rings.},

year={2017},

}

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RT Conference Proceedings

SR Electronic

ID 252753

A1 Jurado, B.

A1 Marini, P.

A1 Mathieu, L.

A1 Aiche, M.

A1 Czajkowski, S.

A1 Tsekhanovich, I.

A1 Audouin, L.

A1 Boutoux, G.

A1 Denis-Petit, D.

A1 Guttormsen, M.

A1 Kessedjian, G.

A1 Lebois, M.

A1 Méot, V.

A1 Oberstedt, Andreas

A1 Oberstedt, S.

A1 Roig, O.

A1 Sérot, O.

A1 Tassan-Got, L.

A1 Wilson, J.N.

T1 Investigation of the surrogate-reaction method via the simultaneous measurement of gamma-emission and fission probabilities

YR 2017

T2 2016 International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology, ND 2016, Bruges, Belgium, 11-16 September 2016

SN 978-275989020-0

AB We present the results of two experiments where we have measured for the first time simultaneously the fission and gamma-decay probabilities induced by different surrogate reactions. In particular, we have investigated the 238 U(d,p), 238 U( 3 He,t) and 238 U( 3 He, 4 He) reactions as surrogates for the neutron-induced n + 238 U, n + 237 Np and n + 236 U reactions, respectively. In the region where gamma emission, neutron emission and fission compete, our results for the fission probabilities agree fairly well with the neutron-induced data, whereas our gamma-decay probabilities are significantly higher than the neutron-induced data. The interpretation of these results is not obvious and is discussed within the framework of the statistical model with preliminary results for calculated spin-parity distributions populated in surrogate reactions. We also present future plans for surrogate-reaction studies in inverse kinematics with radioactive-ion beams at storage rings.

LA eng

DO 10.1051/epjconf/201714611006

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/201714611006

LK http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/252753/local_252753.pdf

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