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dc.contributor.supervisorSharma, Manoj-
dc.contributor.authorGrover, Neha-
dc.date.accessioned2013-08-12T05:06:06Z-
dc.date.available2013-08-12T05:06:06Z-
dc.date.issued2013-08-12T05:06:06Z-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10266/2271-
dc.descriptionMS, SPMSen
dc.description.abstractWith the advancement in radioactive ion beams, the study of reactions involving fusion of loosely bound nuclei form an integral part in low-energy heavy-ion physics. It is an important area of research so far as the understanding of nuclear structure, nuclear reactions and various dynamical features related to them are concerned. This is because through the study of such reactions one can infact investigate the dynamics involved in nuclei with comparatively low binding energies. These studies are of primary importance because the decay through complete fusion may not be the sole contributor towards the total cross-sections associated with the concerned reaction. Many other processes such as incomplete fusion, quasi-fission, deep inelastic collision may also be observed hence the advantage of studying such reactions is that the effect of loosely bound nucleons on fusion and subsequently on decay can be explored, which in turn provides deeper insight of various associated aspects. In this work, we have investigated the dynamics of intermediate mass 96Tc* nucleus formed in 6Li+ 90Zr reaction in framework of Dynamical Cluster-decay Model (DCM) in reference to the recent experimental data of 2012. In order to respond to the experimental advancements, it becomes mandatory for the theoretical models to carry out the study with inclusion of extreme conditions of excitation energies, temperature, angular momentum etc. Interestingly, DCM with all these features included into it, provides information for decay patterns of nuclear system formed in heavy ion reactions. In addition to this, the study of nuclear reactions would be incomplete without the inclusion of deformation and orientation degree of freedom. The role of same is explored through DCM by carrying out the calculations for spherical and quadrupole (β2) deformation effects. The complete fusion cross-sections for weakly bound 6Li projectile with 90Zr target show suppression at all energies across the barrier. This may be associated with the break-up of 6Li projectile, leading to incomplete fusion. The decay study for both complete fusion and incomplete fusion processes have been carried in terms of evaporation residues (equivalently light particles) production in framework of DCM.en
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dc.subjectFusionen
dc.subjectFissionen
dc.subjectdecay crossectionsen
dc.subjectcomplete fusionen
dc.titleStudy of complete fusion and incomplete fusion processes in decay of 96Tc* nuclear systemen
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