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Physics Journal, Vol.1, No.1, Jul. 2015, Pub. Date: Jul. 16, 2015
Liquid Drop Model Prediction for Fusion Interaction Cross Section, Binding Energies and Fission Barriers on the Nucleus–Nucleus Interactions
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Authors
[01] A. Abel-Hafiez, Experimental Nuclear Physics Dept., Nuclear Research Centre, AEA, Cairo, Egypt.
Abstract
The liquid drop model(LDM) is used to calculate and describe the binding energies (BE) as a function of the mass number (A) for the most stable nuclei, liquid-drop fission barriers for some heavy nuclei, b-coefficients for the isobaric mass multiplet equation (IMME), Probability profile of 208pb, fusion cross section of some nuclear reactions and calculations for root mean square (rms) charge radii as a function of the atomic number. Some of our calculated characteristics are compared with experimental data, it`s found that there is a good agreement between our calculations and that data. Also, our LDM calculations gave a good agreement with the quantum molecular dynamic (QMD) calculations.
Keywords
Modeling, Liquid Drop Model, Nucleus-Nucleus Interactions
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