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Kaon, Pion, and Proton Associated Photofission of Bi Nuclei

Author:
Song, Y.  Margaryan, A.  Acha, A.  Ahmidouch, A.  Androic, D.  Asaturyan, A.  Asaturyan, R.  Baker, O. K.  Baturin, P.  Benmokhtar, F.  Carlini, R.  Chen, X.  Christy, M.  Cole, L.  Danagoulian, S.  Daniel, A.  Dharmawardane, V.  Egiyan, K.  Elaasar, M.  Ent, R.  Fenker, H.  Fujii, Y.  Furic, M.  Gan, L.  Gaskell, D.  Gasparian, A.  Gibson, E. F.  Grigoryan, N.  Gueye, P.  Halkyard, R.  Hashimoto, O.  Honda, D.  Horn, T.  Hu, B.  Hu, S.  Hungerford, Ed. V.  Ispiryan, M.  Johnston, K.  Jones, M.  Kalantarians, N.  Kaneta, M.  Kato, F.  Kato, S.  Kawama, D.  Keppel, C.  Knyazyan, S.  Li, Y.  Luo, W.  Mack, D.  Marikyan, G.  Maruyama, N.  Matsumura, A.  Miyoshi, T.  Mkrtchyan, A.  Mkrtchyan, H.  Nakamura, S. N.  Navasardyan, T.  Niculescu, G.  Niculescu, M. -I.  Nomura, H.  Nonaka, K.  Ohtani, A.  Okayasu, Y.  Pamela, P.  Parlakyan, L.  Perez, N.  Petkovic, T.  Randeniya, S.  Reinhold, J.  Rivera, R.  Roche, J.  Rodriguez, V. M.  Sato, Y.  Seva, T.  Simicevic, N.  Smith, G.  Sumihama, M.  Tadevosyan, V.  Takahashi, T.  Tamura, H.  Tang, L.  Tvaskis, V.  Vardanyan, H.  Vulcan, W.  Wang, B.  Wells, S.  Wood, S.  Yan, C.  Yuan, L.  


Journal:
PHYSICS OF ATOMIC NUCLEI


Issue Date:
2010


Abstract(summary):

The first measurement of proton, pion, and kaon associated fission of Bi nuclei has been performed in a photon energy range 1.45 < E-gamma < 1.55 GeV. The fission probabilities are compared with an inclusive fission probabilities obtained with photons, protons and pions. The fission probability of Bi nuclei in coincidence with kaons is 0.18 +/- 0.06 which is similar to 3 times larger than the proton and pion associated fission probabilities and similar to 2 times larger than inclusive ones. The kaon associated excess fission events are explained in terms of bound. residual states and their weak nonmesonic decays.


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