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 Mean-field description of heavy-ion scattering at low energies and fusion

Dao T. Khoa, Le Hoang Chien, Do Cong Cuong, Nguyen Hoang Phuc

Abstract:

The nuclear mean-field potential built up during the 12C + 12C and 16O + 16O collisions at low energies relevant for the carbon- and oxygen-burning processes is constructed within the double-folding model (DFM) using the realistic ground-state densities of 12C and 16O, and CDM3Yn density-dependent nucleon–nucleon (NN) inter- action. The rearrangement term, indicated by the Hugenholtz–van Hove theorem for the single-particle energy in nuclear matter, is properly considered in the DFM calculation. To validate the use of the density-dependent NN interaction at low energies, an adiabatic approximation was suggested for the dinuclear overlap density. The reliability of the nucleus–nucleus potential predicted through this low-energy version of the DFM was tested in the optical model (OM) analysis of the elastic 12 C + 12 C and 16 O + 16O scattering data at energies below 10 MeV/nucleon. These OM results provide a consistently good description of the elastic angular distributions and 90 excitation function. The dinuclear mean-field potential predicted by the DFM is further used to determine the astrophysical S factor of the 12C + 12C and 16O + 16O fusions in the barrier penetration model. Without any adjustment of the potential strength, our results reproduce the non-resonant behavior of the S factor of the 12C + 12C and 16O + 16O fusions very well over a wide range of energies.

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