Optical-model abrasion cross sections for high-energy heavy ions
Lawrence W. Townsend, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Langley Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1981 - Science - 15 pages
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0.1 square femtometer 2.1 GeV/nucleon ablation abraded nucleons abrasion cross sections abrasion process abrasion theory abrasion-ablation collision model absorption cross sections aexp ref binomial coefficient collision formalism Collision Theory context of eikonal convergence dimensionless eikonal scattering theory energy is 2.1 energy-dependent equation 12 experimental fragmentation results experimental results final-state interactions fm2 or mb Glauber approximation heavy-ion Heckman incident kinetic energy Isotope Production Cross Langley Research Center Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory light nuclei limit of Glauber mass number Ap millibarn mb N neutrons NASA nuclear matter nuclear single-particle densities nucleus-nucleus multiple-scattering series number of abraded number of projectile obtained from equation optical limit optical model OPTICAL-MODEL ABRASION CROSS optical-model potential approximation overlap particles Phys prefragment production cross sections projectile and target projectile fragmentation projectile nucleus proton number Relativistic Heavy Ion section for abrading square femtometer fm2 stationary target nuclei target mass number target nucleus theoretical curves theory ref total and absorption