A comprehensive analysis of 9Li + 70Zn fusion cross section by using proximity potentials, temperature dependent density distributions and nuclear potentials

M. Aygun, Z. Aygun


The fusion cross section of $^{9}$Li + $^{70}$Zn reaction is studied
in an extensive manner within the framework of different theoretical
approaches. For this purpose, three different methods which consist
of proximity potentials, temperature dependent densities and
temperature dependent nuclear potentials are used in order to
determine the real part of the nuclear potential. The imaginary part
is considered as Woods-Saxon potential. The calculated fusion cross
sections are compared with the experimental data. The theoretical
results describe the experimental data very well. It is seen that
the applied approaches present to be different ways to study the
reactions involving fusion cross sections.


Fusion cross section; proximity potentials; temperature dependence; density distribution.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31349/RevMexFis.65.573


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