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Excitation and decay of projectile-like fragments formed in dissipative peripheral collisions at intermediate energies

Abstract : Projectile-like fragments (PLF:15<=Z<=46) formed in peripheral and mid-peripheral collisions of 114Cd projectiles with 92Mo nuclei at E/A=50 MeV have been detected at very forward angles, 2.1 deg.<=theta_lab<=4.2 deg. Calorimetric analysis of the charged particles observed in coincidence with the PLF reveals that the excitation of the primary PLF is strongly related to its velocity damping. Furthermore, for a given V_PLF*, its excitation is not related to its size, Z_PLF*. For the largest velocity damping, the excitation energy attained is large, approximately commensurate with a system at the limiting temperature
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R. Yanez, S. Hudan, R. Alfaro, B. Davin, Y. Larochelle, et al.. Excitation and decay of projectile-like fragments formed in dissipative peripheral collisions at intermediate energies. 2009. ⟨in2p3-00436625⟩

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