Multifragmentation with GeV Light-Ion Beams

K. Kwiatkowski, W. C. Hsi, G. Wang, T. Lefort, D. S. Bracken, E. Cornell, E. Renshaw Foxford, D. S. Ginger, V. E. Viola, N. R. Yoder, R. G. Korteling, E. C. Pollacco, R. Legrain, C. Volant, F. Gimeno-Nogues, R. Laforest, E. Martin, E. Ramakrishnan, D. Rowland, A. RuangmaE. Winchester, S. J. Yennello, W. G. Lynch, M. B. Tsang, H. Xi, H. Breuer, K. B. Morley, S. Gushue, L. P. Remsberg, L. Pienkowski, J. Brzychczyk, A. Botvina, W. A. Friedman

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Multifragmentation studies with GeV light-ion beams indicate that for the most violent collisions, complex fragments are emitted during expansion of the hot source, followed by near simultaneous breakup of the system near ρ/ρ0 ∼ 1/3. The results are compared with hybrid INC/EES and INC/SMM models. Preliminary data for the 8 GeV/c π- and p̄ reactions on 197Au show enhanced deposition energy for the antiproton beam.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)786c-791c
JournalNuclear Physics A
Issue number1 SUPPL. 1
StatePublished - Jul 26 1999


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