Simulated nucleon–nucleon and nucleon–nucleus reactions in the frame of the cascade exciton model at high and intermediate energies
A Abdel-Hafiez Shaker El-Shater M F Zaki
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In this study, we have used the cascade exciton model (CEM) to investigate different characteristics of nuclear reactions. Number of nucleon–nucleon collisions in Pb+Pb collisions as a function of impact parameter and rapidity distributions of negative particles from p+Ar and p+Xe interactions at 𝑝lab = 200 GeV/c have been studied. We could create inclusive spectra of pions for separate charged states from reactions and total neutron multiplicities per primary reaction at 1000 MeV for different thin targets. Also, cross-sections for the reactions 209Bi(p, f) and 209Bi(n, f) were studied. Interactions of 1.0 GeV protons with C, Al, Cu, Sn, and Pb are presented in this study. All the calculated characteristics are compared with other theoretical calculations and compared with the experimental data. CEM shows good agreement with both theoretical and experimental results. In this study, we have used quantum molecular dynamic (QMD) as a theoretical model to compare our results.
A Abdel-Hafiez1 Shaker El-Shater2 M F Zaki1
Volume 97, 2023
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