Mass dependence of the transverse momenta of Au projectile fragments at 1.0A GeV

J. L. Chance, F. P. Brady, J. L. Romero, S. Albergo, F. Bieser, Z. Caccia, D. Cebra, A. D. Chacon, Y. Choi, S. Costa, J. B. Elliott, M. L. Gilkes, J. A. Hauger, A. S. Hirsch, E. L. Hjort, A. Insolia, M. Justice, D. Keane, J. C. Kintner, V. LindenstruthM. A. Lisa, H. S. Matis, M. McMahan, C. McParland, W. F.J. Müller, D. L. Olson, M. D. Partlan, N. T. Porile, R. Potenza, G. Rai, J. O. Rasmussen, H. G. Ritter, J. Romanski, G. V. Russo, H. Sann, R. Scharenberg, A. Scott, Y. Shao, B. K. Srivastava, T. J.M. Symons, M. Tincknell, C. Tuve, S. Wang, P. G. Warren, H. H. Wieman, T. Wienold, K. Wolf

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The transverse momenta [Formula Presented] of projectile fragments produced by [Formula Presented] nuclei incident on Au and C targets have been measured. The medium and heavy fragments have [Formula Presented] and [Formula Presented] distributions, which are wider than predicted by models. For the Au target the widths of the distributions are significantly larger than those for C, particularly for the heavy fragments. The C distributions show a different gross structure, which may be due to the target-projectile size difference.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)5
Number of pages1
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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