## Charge-to-mass dispersion methods for abrasion-ablation fragmentation modelsNational Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1985 - Science - 6 pages |

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213 MeV/nucleon abraded nucleons Abrasion-Ablation Fragmentation Models agreement between theory aluminum better agreement carbon targets center of mass charge-to-mass dispersion function Charge-to-Mass Dispersion Methods defined in equation dipole resonance GDR droplet model coefficient element production cross equation 11 function of impact GDR Dispersion GDR distribution GDR method GDR Quantum mechanical geometric abrasion model geometric GDR model Geometric GDR Quantum giant dipole resonance heavy-ion Hypergeometric Charge-to-Mass Dispersion hypergeometric distribution yields Hypergeometric Geometric GDR impact parameter isotope production cross kinetic energy Langley Research Center mean number MeV/nucleon 40Ar projectile model of reference model ref Morrissey NASA Norbury nuclear density nuclei by carbon nucleon by abrasion nucleon-nucleon nucleons removed number of abraded number of nuclear obtained Old Dominion University Performing Organization Phosphorus Pr(Zj,Aj prefragment charge-to-mass dispersion production cross sections projectile nucleus quantum mechanical GDR removing a nucleon section for abrading sulfur theory and experiment tion to-mass dispersion total number x2 value