Neutron-rich nuclei populated in multinucleon transfer reactions: the ${}^{197}Au+{}^{130}Te$ system.

Galtarossa F., Corradi L., Fioretto E., Montanari D., Szilner S., Huiming J., Stefanini A.M., Valiente-Dobón J.J., Montagnoli G., Scarlassara F., Strano E., Pollarolo G., Ackermann D., Mijatović T., Milin M., Soić N., Tokić V., Bourgin D., Courtin S., Goasduff A., Haas F., Grebosz J., Watanabe Y., Jeong S.
  Venerdì 30/09   09:00 - 12:00   Edificio Psicologia 2 - Aula 3F   I - Fisica nucleare e subnucleare
Multinucleon transfer processes in near-barrier collisions between heavy ions have been indicated as a suitable mechanism to produce neutron-rich nuclei around the $N=126$ region of the nuclide chart. An experiment was recently performed at the Laboratori Nazionali of Legnaro with the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA coupled to a new kinematic coincidence setup to study the multi-neutron and multi-proton transfer channels in the reaction ${}^{197}Au+^{130}Te$ at ${E}_{lab}=1070$ MeV and to compare the yields of light and heavy reaction products, in order to evaluate the contribution of secondary processes like particle evaporation and transfer-induced fission. The results of the analysis will be presented.