Projectile multifragmentation study in the interaction of 84Kr with nuclear emulsion detector at relativistic energy
A heavy-ion collision provides a unique opportunity to study the state of matter under extreme conditions of density and temperature. Nuclear fragmentation is an important experimental phenomenon in nucleus-nucleus collision at relativistic energy, since it carries the information about emission mechanism, phase transition of the nuclear matter as well as equation of state. The interesting feature of heavy-ion interactions is the variation of reaction properties with collision geometry. Multifragmentation is one of the most important aspects of heavy ion collision. This work focus on the emission characteristics of the intermediate mass fragments produced in the interaction of 84Kr with nuclear emulsion at incident kinetic energy of 1 GeV per nucleon.
84Kr-emulsion interactions, Nuclear emulsion detector, Intermediate mass fragments
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