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Bericht der Herbsttagung der Studiengruppe für Elektronische Instrumentierung vom 30. September bis 2. Oktober 1996 in Zeuthen

Gabriel, F.

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Publ.-Id: 755

Decay Study of Hot Nuclei Below the Multifragmentation Threshold with the FOBOS Detector at Dubna

Herbach, C.-M.; Ortlepp, H.-G.; Gippner, P.; Kamanin, D. V.; Penionzhkevich, Y. E.; Renz, G.; Schilling, K.-D.; Strekalovsky, O. V.; Tichtchenko, V. G.; Wagner, W.; u. a.

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  • Contribution to proceedings
    Int. Research Workshop, Poiana Brusov, Romania, Oct. 7 - 14, 1996


Publ.-Id: 754

Conductive Tungsten-Based Layers Synthesized by Ion Implantation into 6H-Silicon Carbide

Weishart, H.; Schöneich, J.; Voelskow, M.; Renkewitz, S.; Skorupa, W.

We studied high dose implantation of tungsten into 6H-silicon carbide in order to synthesize an electrically conductive layer. Implantation was performed at 200 keV with a dose of 1.2×10(17) W(+)cm(-2) at temperatures between 200°C and 400°C. The influence of implantation temperature on the distribution of W in SiC was investigated and compared to results obtained earlier from room temperature (RT) and 500°C implants. Rutherford backscattering spectrometry (RBS) was employed to study the structure and composition of the implanted layers. Implantation at temperatures between RT and 300°C did not influence the depth distribution of C, Si and W. The W depth profile shows a conventional Gaussian shape. Implanting at higher temperatures led to a more confined W rich layer in the SiC. This confinement is explained by Ostwald ripening which is enabled during implantation at temperatures above 300°C. The depth of the implantation induced damage decreases slightly with increasing implantation temperature, except for 400°C implantation. The amount of damage, however, is significantly reduced only for implantation at 500°C.

  • Materials Research Society symposium proceeding 438 (1997) pp. 283-288 (MRS 1996 Fall Mtg)

Publ.-Id: 753

Resonant photon scattering on the semi-magic nucleus 89Y up to 7 MeV* Account Nr.: 00269871

Reif, J.; von Brentano, P.; Eberth, J.; Enders, J.; Herzberg, R.-D.; Huxel, N.; Käubler, L.; von Neumann-Cosel, P.; Nicolay, N.; Pietralla, N.; Prade, H.; Richter, A.; Schlegel, C.; Schnare, H.; Schwengner, R.; Servene, T.; Skoda, S.; Thomas, H. G.; Wiedenhöver, I.; Winter, G.; Zilges, A.

The semi-magic nucleus 89Y has been investigated in a (gamma,gamma')
experiment at an endpoint energy of the bremsstrahlung of E0=
7 MeV. The scattered photons have been detected with a EUROBALL Cluster
detector. The observed excitations are discussed in the framework of the
shell model and a coupling of the unpaired proton to milti-phonon structures
in the doubly even neighbours. Transitions above 4.7 MeV are considered
to have E1 character. Around 6.3 MeV an unusually large concentration of
E1 strength is found. Its origin is likely to correspond to similar structures
in the 88Sr and 90Zr isotones which can be interpreted
to result from the constructive interference of strong two-phonon amplitudes
with weak admixtures from the low-energy tail of the giant dipole resonance.

  • Nuclear Physics A 620 (1997) 1-15

Publ.-Id: 752

A Simple and Effecient Synthesis of a Derivatized Pseudotripeptide containing a Methylene Thioether Isoster and its Use for the Design of Bifunctional Rhenium and Technetium Chelating Agents

Scheunemann, M.; Johannsen, B.

  • Tetrahedron Letters 38 (1997) 1371-1372

Publ.-Id: 751

Synthesis and Molecular Structure of a Rhenium Complex Derived from 8-alpha-Amino-6-methyl-ergoline

Spies, H.; Noll, B.; Noll, S.; Findeisen, M.; Leibnitz, P.; Schulze, P.; Johannsen, B.

  • Chemische Berichte, Recueil 1997, 130, 839-841

Publ.-Id: 750

Institute of Safety Research, Annual Report 1995

Weiß, F.-P.; Rindelhardt, U.; (Editors)

The report gives an overview on the scientific work of the Institute of Safety Research in 1995.

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Publ.-Id: 748

Quantitative AMS depth profiling of the hydrogen isotopes collected in Graphite Divertor and Wall Tiles of the Tokamak ASDEX - Upgrade

Sun, G.; Friedrich, M.; Grötzschel, R.; Bürger, W.; Behrisch, R.; Garcia-Rosales, C.

The accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) facility at the
3 MV Tandetron in Rossendorf has been applied for quantitative depth profiling
of deuterium and tritium in samples cut from the vessels walls of the fusion
experiment ASDEX-Upgrade in Garching. The tritium originates from D(d,p)T
fusion reaction in the plasma and it is implanted in the vessel walls together
with deuterium atoms and ion from the plasma. The high deuterium concentrations
in the samples were measured by a conventional SIMS mode. The concentrations
in the surface layers down to the analysing depth of about 25 mm are for
deuterium in the range of up to 3x1018 to 8x1021 atoms/cm3, corresponding
to a deuterium retention of 2.5x1016 to 2.5x1018 atoms/cm2 in a surface
layer £ 25 mm, and for tritium in the range form 1011 to 5x1015 atoms/cm3,
corresponding to a tritium retention of 3.0x1010 to 3.5x1012 atoms/cm2
in a surface layer £25 mm. The estimated total amount of tritium
in the vessel walls is in agreement with the total number of neutrons produced
in D(d,n)3He reaction.

  • Journal of Nuclear Materials 246 (1997) 9-16

Publ.-Id: 747

Study of the ion-acoustic effect using focused ion beams

Teichert, J.; Bischoff, L.; Köhler, B.

Acoustic waves induced by an intensity-modulated focused
ion beam (FIB) have been measured. The experiments were performed with
Ga+ ions of 35 keV at a current of 3 nA and variable chopping frequency
up to 10 MHz. The acoustic signals were detected by means of a piezoelectric
sensor with integrated pre-amplifier. A dependence on the sample material
was found. The results suggest that the ion-acoustic effect can be utilized
for imaging and material characterization of surface and subsurface structures
in FIB systems.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    Proc. bei MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, Dez. 1996
  • MRS Symp. Proc. 438 (1997) 453

Publ.-Id: 746

Entwicklung einer einfachen Alpha-Meßmethode

Nebelung, C.; Nitsche, H.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    Seminar "Freigabemessung" 19.11.1995, Stuttgart

Publ.-Id: 745

Reaction Gas Chromatography of Oxide and Hydroxide Species of Molybdenum - Simulation and Experiment

Vahle, A.; Hübener, S.; Dressler, R.; Eichler, B.; Türler, A.

  • Radiochimica Acta 78, 53-57 (1997)

Publ.-Id: 744

Thermochromatography of Heavy Actinoides - Determination of the Sublimation Enthalpy of Es

Taut, S.; Hübener, S.; Eichler, B.; Gäggeler, H. W.; Schädel, M.; Zvara, I.

  • Radiochimica Acta 78, 33-38 (1997)

Publ.-Id: 743

Evidence for acoustic waves induced by focused ion beams

Teichert, J.; Bischoff, L.; Köhler, B.

Acoustic waves induced by an intensity modulated focused ion beam (FIB) have been measured. The experiments were performed with Ga+ ions of 35 keV at a current of 3 nA and variable chopping frequency up to 10 MHz. The acoustic signals were detected by means of a piezoelectric sensor with integrated pre-amplifier. Frequency and position sensitivity of the sensor has been measured by laser excitation. Ion acoustic measurements have been carried out at the resonance frequencies of the sensor. A dependence on the sample material was found. The results show that the ion-acoustic effect can be utilized for imaging and material analysis in FIB systems.

  • Applied Physics Letters 69 (1996) 11, pp. 1544-46

Publ.-Id: 742

Structure, properties and applications of thin Fe-Al layers

Reuther, H.

Fe-Al show interesting physical properties and offer some
special industrial applications. There are phase transitions combined with
changes in the magnetic behaviour. Another interesting fact is the excellent
oxidation and corrosion resistance of iron aluminides even at high temperatures.
Thin Fe-Al layers can be produced in different ways. Ion beam methods enable
to produce surface layers on bulk material modifying the initial properties
completely. The properties depend strongly on the phase structure induced
by the preparation process. 57-Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy, and in the
case of surface layers conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy
is very suitable to identify this phase structure. In the present work,
it is described for Al implanted Fe layers. Depending on implantation dose
and energy both magnetic and non-magnetic phases can be produced. Due to
the inhomogeneous distribution of Al in the Fe target a layer structure
of different phases can be created. Moreover, due to double implantation
an Fe-Si-Al alloy can be prepared

  • Hyperfine Interactions 111 (1998) 135-140
  • Lecture (Conference)
    ISIAME '96

Publ.-Id: 741

Heating of Nuclei with Energetic Antiprotons

Goldenbaum, F.; u. a.; Eades, J.; von Egidy, T.; u. a.; Galin, J.; u. a.; Golubeva, Y. S.; Gulda, K.; u. a.; Pausch, G.; Proschitzki, S.

  • Physical Review Letters 77 (1996) 7 pp. 1230-33

Publ.-Id: 740

Interfering Doorway States and Giant Resonances II: Transition strengths Manuskript-Nr.: CC6302

Sokolov, V. V.; Rotter, I.; Savin, D. V.; Müller, M.

The mixing of the doorway components of a giant resonance due to the interaction via the common decay channels influences significantly the distribution of the multipole strength and the energy spectrum of the decay products of the giant resonance. The photoemission turns out to be most sensitive to the overlapping of the doorway states. At high excitation energies, the interference between the doorway states leads to a restructuring towards lower energies and apparent quenching of the dipole strength.

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  • Physical Review C, Volume 56, Number 2, 1044-1056


Publ.-Id: 738

Interfering Doorway States and Giant Resonances I: Resonance Spectrum and Multipole Strengths

Sokolov, V. V.; Rotter, I.; Savin, D. V.; Müller, M.

Using a phenomenological schematic model of multipole giant resonances we consider the effects of overlapping of their doorway components. The conccpt of the partial widths of a giant resonance becomes ambiguous when the escape widths get comparable with the spacings between the components. In such a case, the partial widths determined in terms of the K- and S-matrices differ from each othcr. The mixing of the doorway components due to the interaction via the common decay channels influences significantly their multipole strengths, widths and positions in energy.

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  • Physical Review C, Volume 56, Number 2, S.1031-1043


Publ.-Id: 737

Tilted Rotation of Triaxial Nuclei

Frauendorf, S.; Meng, J.

The Tilted Axis Crankiug theory is applied to the model of two particles coupled to a triaxial rotor. Cornparirig with the exact quantal solutions, the interpretation and quality of the mean field approximations studied. Conditions are discussed when the axis of rotation lies inside or outside of the principal planes of the triaxial density distribution. The planar solutions represent ∆ I = 1 bands, whereas the aplanar solutions represent pairs of identical ∆ I = 1 bands with the same parity. The two bands differ by the chirality of the principal axes with respect to the angular momentum vector. The transition from planar to chiral solutions is evident in both the quantal and the mean field calculations. Its physical origin is discussed.

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  • Nuclear Physics A 617(1997), 131-147


Publ.-Id: 736

Composition analysis of Nd x Fe y B thin films by RBS and heavy ion ERDA

Grötzschel, R.; Mäder, M.; Kreißig, U.; Grigull, S.; Assmann, W.; Parhofer, S.

  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 118 (1996) pp. 139-143

Publ.-Id: 735

Depth resolved ion beam analysis of objects of art

Neelmeijer, C.; Wagner, W.; Schramm, H.-P.

  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 118 (1996) pp. 338-345

Publ.-Id: 734

Tribological properties of chromium implanted silicon nitride ceramics with respect to microstructure

Brenscheidt, F.; Wieser, E.; Matz, W.; Mücklich, A.; Möller, W.

The tribological and microstructural properties of gas-pressure
sintered Si3N4 ceramics after chromium implantation have been investigated
in dependence on implantation energy. The fluence was kept constant at
1017 ions/cm2. The wear of the modified material is reduced for a load
of 2 N independent of ion energy. This behaviour is accompanied by a slight
incerase of the friction coefficient. At higher loads only high energy
implantations result in an improved wear behaviour. The microstructural
investigations show that no new phase are formed due to implantation. For
all energies a part of the surface becomes amorphous. For smaller energies
this amorphous layer reaches up to the surface whereas at higher energies
it is covered by still crystalline but damaged material. The amorphization
of the surface is accompanied by a large surface swelling which incerases
with implantation energy. We discuss the relationship between the microstructural
features and the observed wear behaviour.

  • Applied Physics A 65, 281-286 (1997)

Publ.-Id: 733

Limitations of the Pulse-Shape Technique for Particle Discrimination in Planar Si Detectors

Pausch, G.; Moszynski, M.; Cederkäll, J.; Grawe, H.; Klamra, W.; Lampert, M.-O.; Rohr, P.; Schubart, R.; Seidel, W.; Wolski, D.

Limitations of the pulse-shape discrimination (PSD) technique - a promising method to identify the charged particIes stopped in planar Si-detectors - have been investigated. The particle resolution turned out to be basically determined by resistivity fluctuations in the buk silicon which cause the charge-collection time to depend on the point of impact. Detector maps showing these fluctuations have been measured and are discussed. Furthermore we present a simple method to test the performance of detectors with respect to PSD. Another limitation of the PSD technique is the finite energy threshold for particle identification. This threshold is caused by an unexpected decrease of the total charge-collection time for ions with a short range, in spite of the fact that the particle tracks are located in a region of very low electric field.

  • Contribution to proceedings
    IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS'96) Anaheim, California, November 2 - 9, 1996
  • IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. 44, No. 3, June 1997, p 1040-1045
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Publ.-Id: 732

The fractal dimension of young colonies of macrophomina phaseolina produced from microsclerotia

Mihail, J. D.; Obert, M.; Taylor, S. J.; Bruhn, J. N.

  • Mycologia 86 (1994) pp. 350


Publ.-Id: 731

Studies of radiometal uptake by cultured normal and tumor cells

Kampf, G.; Knop, G.; Wenzel, U.; Wunderlich, G.; Bergmann, R.; Franke, W.-G.

  • European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 21 (1994) pp. 874

Publ.-Id: 730

Beziehungen zwischen der 169Yb-Aufnahme in Normal- und Tumorzellen und deren metabolischer Aktivität in Abhängigkeit von der Ligandspezies

Kampf, G.; Knop, G.; Matys, S.; Kunz, G.; Wenzel, U.; Bergmann, R.; Franke, W.-G.

  • Nuklearmedizin 33 (1994) A 82

Publ.-Id: 729

Characterization of serotonin uptake sites on the blood brain barrier

Brust, P.; Bergmann, R.

  • Journal of Neurochemistry 63 (1994) (Suppl. 1) S13C

Publ.-Id: 728

ß-Casomorphins - chemical signals of intestinal transport systems

Brandsch, M.; Brust, P.; Neubert, K.; Ermisch, A.

  • Book (Authorship)
    ß-Casomorphins and Related Peptides: Recent Developments (Brantl V. and Teschemacher H., eds.) VCH, Weinheim, 1994, pp. 207-219

Publ.-Id: 727

Compartmental analysis of blood brain transfer and protein incorporation of L-[75Se]seleno methionine in rat brain

Bergmann, R.; Brust, P.; Coenen, H. H.; Stöcklin, G.

  • Journal of Neurochemistry 63 (1994) (Suppl. 1) S78C

Publ.-Id: 726

Differentiating between Monodentate and Bidentate Carboxylate Ligands Coordinated to Uranyl Ions using EXAFS

Denecke, M. A.; Reich, T.; Pompe, S.; Bubner, M.; Heise, K.-H.; Nitsche, H.; Allen, P. G.; Bucher, J. J.; Edelstein, N. M.; Shuh, D. K.

  • Contribution to external collection
    J. Phys. IV France 7, C2-637 (1997)

Publ.-Id: 725

Shears bands in 193Pb

Baldsiefen, G.; u. a.; Stoyer, M. A.; u. a.; Cederwall, B.; u. a.; Vo, D. T.; Frauendorf, S.

  • Physical Review C 54 (1996) 3 pp. 1106-1116

Publ.-Id: 724

Investigation of Fe-Mg alloys produced by ion implantation

Reuther, H.; Betzl, K.; Richter, E.

Iron and magnesium are insoluble elements with each other
and there is no phase diagram. However, it is possible to produce artificial
alloys by ion implantation, in this study by iron implantation into magnesium.
Samples are investigated by conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy,
Auger electron spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction. While at low doses gaussian
shaped iron profiles and paramagnetic doublets as Mössbauer spectra
are obtained, the iron concentration reaches at the highest dose 90 at.-%
in maximum and the Mössbauer spectrum shows a dominant ferromagnetic
fraction. The x-ray diffraction pattern let conclude that a dilated a-iron
lattice is formed. Microhardness of all samples is clearly increased due
to the implantation.

  • Hyperfine Interactions 112(1998) 165-168

Publ.-Id: 723

Microdisperse iron silicide structures produced by implantation of iron ions in silicon

Dobler, M.; Reuther, H.; Möller, W.

Iron implanted and subsequently annealed n-type Si(111) was
studied by conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy for phase analysis
and Auger electron spectroscopy for sputter depth profiling and element mapping.
During implantation (200 keV, 3 x 1017 cm-2, 350 °C) a mixture of ß-
and a-FeSi2 and after the subsequent annealing (900 °C for 18 h and
1150 °C for 1 h) a complete transition to the ß- and a-phase can
be detected. The as-implanted profile has Gaussian shape which becomes broad
during annealing at 900 °C to a plateau-like profile and shows only
a slight broadening and depth depending fluctuations of the iron concentration
after the 1150 °C annealing. With scanning Auger electron spectroscopy
the lateral iron and silicon distribution were investigated show for the
sample annealed at 900 °C large separated ß-FeSi2 precipitates
which grow due to the process of Ostwald ripening. At 1150 °C additionally
coalescence of the precipitates occur and a wide extended penetration a-FeSi2
network structure is formed.

  • Hyperfine Interactions 112 (1998) 185-188
  • Lecture (Conference)
    ISI AME '96, Südafrika

Publ.-Id: 722

Intruder bands in 114Te: Smooth band termination

Thorslund, I.; Fossan, D. B.; Lafosse, D. R.; Schnare, H.; Hauschild, K.; Hibbert, I. M.; Mullins, S. M.; Paul, E. S.; Ragnarsson, I.; Sears, J. M.; Vaska, P.; Wadsworth, R.

  • Physical Review C 52 (1995) 6 pp. R2839-R2843

Publ.-Id: 721

Band structure of the odd-even 125La, 127La nuclei

Starosta, K.; u. a.; Fossan, D. B.; Lafosse, D. R.; Schnare, H.; u. a.; Satula, W.; Rohozinski, S. G.; Wyss, R.; Hibbert, I. M.; u. a.; Beausang, C. W.; u. a.

  • Physical Review C 53 (1996) 1 pp. 137-150

Publ.-Id: 720

Smooth band termination in 108Sn

Wadsworth, R.; Hauschild, K.; Beausang, C. W.; Cromaz, M.; Schnare, H.; Fossan, D. B.; Flibotte, S.; Galindo-Uribarri, A.; Ragnarsson, I.

Publ.-Id: 719

Triaxial bands in 133Ce

Hauschild, K.; Wadsworth, R.; u. a.; Fallon, P.; Macchiavelli, A. O.; Fossan, D. B.; Schnare, H.; u. a.; Nolan, P. J.

  • Physical Review C 54(1996) 2 pp. 613-619

Publ.-Id: 718

Solubility and Speciation of (UO2)2SiO4 2H2O in Aqueous Systems

Moll, H.; Geipel, G.; Matz, W.; Bernhard, G.; Nitsche, H.

  • Radiochimica Acta 74 (1996) pp. 3-7
  • Poster
    Migration '95

Publ.-Id: 717

A Comparison of Natural Humic Acids with Synthetic Humic Acid Model Substances: Characterization and Interaction with Uranium (VI)

Pompe, S.; Bubner, M.; Denecke, M. A.; Reich, T.; Brachmann, A.; Geipel, G.; Nicolai, R.; Heise, K.-H.; Nitsche, H.

  • Radiochimica Acta 74 (1996) pp. 135-140

Publ.-Id: 716

Identification of Light Charged Particles and Heavy Ions in Silicon Detectors by Means of Pulse-Shape Discrimination

Pausch, G.; Ortlepp, H.-G.; Bohne, W.; Grawe, H.; Hilscher, D.; Moszynski, M.; Wolski, D.; Schubart, R.; de Angelis, G.; de Poli, M.

  • IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 43 (1996) 3 pp. 1097-1101

Publ.-Id: 715

K+ -meson production in pBe interactions at Tp = 2.9 GeV

Büscher, M.; Eßer, R.; Franzen, A.; u. a.; Müller, H.; Prietzschtk, B.; Rimarzig, B.; u. a.; Akindinov, A.; Chumakov, M.; Demechin, V.; u. a.; Sibirtsev, A.; Kruglov, V.; Petrus, A.; Koptev, V.; Mikirtychyants, S.

The production of K+ and π+ mesons and protons in pBe collisions at T p =2.9 GeV has been studied at the ITEP proton synchrotron. Ejectiles with a momentum of p=545 MeV/c were observed under an emission angle theta=17°. The detectors which have been developed for the identification of kaons out of a six orders of magnitude more intense background of pions and protons are described. A cross-section ration d2σK+ /dωdp: d2σπ+ /dωdp: d2σ p + /dωdp of (1±0.34):(85±1):(31±1) has been measured. Normalization with existing pion data yields an invariant differential cross section E∙d3σK+ /d3 p=(3.1±1.2) mb GeV-2c3sr-1 and a total cross section of σtot(pBe) =(3.7±1.5) mb. These cross sections are compared with existing data and theoretical predictions. The A dependence of K+ production in the few-GeV range is analyzed.

  • Zeitschrift für Physik A 355 (1996) pp. 93-100

Publ.-Id: 714

The gamma-decay of particle-hole states in 208Pb using the Euroball Cluster detector

Radermacher, E.; Wilhelm, M.; Albers, S.; Eberth, J.; Nicolay, N.; Thomas, H. G.; von Brentano, P.; Schwengner, R.; Skoda, S.; Winter, G.; Maier, K. H.

Neutron particle-hole states in the doubly magic nucleus 208Pb
were investigated using a Euroball Cluster detector and five usual HPGe
detectors at the Osiris cube spectrometer in Cologne. 126 gamma-ray transitions
with energies up to 7.2 MeV could be detected, 14 of those for the first
time. The states were excited with the 208Pb (p,p'gamma)208Pb
reaction via isobaric analogue resonances in 209Bi at Ep=16.5,
17, 17.45, 17.5 and 18.5 MeV and through the subcoulomb 207Pb(d,pgamma)208Pb
reaction at Ed=10 MeV. For most of the excited states assignments
for the particle and/or the hole component of the configuration could be
made, 22 of these are new.

  • Nuclear Physics A 597 (1996) pp. 408-426

Publ.-Id: 713

Formation of ternary (Fe1-xCox)Si2 structures by ion beam assisted deposition and ion implantation

Wieser, E.; Panknin, D.; Barradas, N. P.; Betzl, M.; Reuther, H.; Henrion, W.; Lange, H.

  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 124 (1997) 533-541

Publ.-Id: 712

Potential-Energy Surfaces of Sodium Clusters with Quadrupole, Hexadecapole, and Triaxial Deformations

Reimann, S. M.; Frauendorf, S.

  • Surface Review and Letters 3 (1996) 1 pp. 25-29

Publ.-Id: 711

Shapes and Free Energies of Molten Sodium Clusters

Frauendorf, S.; Pashkevich, V. V.

  • Surface Review and Letters 3 (1996) 1 pp. 241-245

Publ.-Id: 710

Magnetic Properties of Sodium Clusters

Frauendorf, S.; Pashkevich, V. V.; Reimann, S. M.

  • Surface Review and Letters 3 (1996) 1 pp. 441-445

Publ.-Id: 709

Thermodynamics and Decay of Liquid Alkali Clusters

Frauendorf, S.; Pashkevich, V. V.

  • Contribution to external collection
    T. P. Martin: Large Clusters of Atoms and Molecules, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996, 201-220

Publ.-Id: 708

Charakterisierung der Submicron-Partikel in einem umweltrelevanten Wasser: Stauwasser in einer Kommunalmülldeponie über einem Schlammteich (Tailing) der Uranerzaufbereitung in Freital/Sachsen

Zänker, H.; Richter, W.; Hüttig, G.; Nitsche, H.; Wiesener, W.; Mende, A.

Characterization of Submicron Particles in an Environmentally-Relevant Water: Backwater From a Sanitary Landfill on a Uranium Mine Tailing at Freital, Saxony. A strategy for characterizing submicron particles in environmental waters based on filtration, centrifugation and photon correlation spectroscopy (PCS) is proposed. Filtration and centrifugation are not used here as methods for particle characterization but serve merely as techniques of a rough separation of the sample. They are applied as cautiously and non-invasively as possible and are only aimed at separating the sample sufficiently for measurements by primarily PCS. The separation should unmask small particles
that scatter little light and divide the sample into populations of particles that have monomodal or bimodal size distributions. In this way, the strategy optimizes subsequent particle-size determinations by PCS and minimizes the influence of sample preparation on the samples. A further essential feature of this strategy is the parallel application of complementary methods for both sample preparation and particle characterization (filtration/centrifugation, PCS/SEM, gravimetry/ICP-MS etc.). This facilitates the validation of results and increases the probability for recognizing artifacts. Based on our experimental experience, a guideline for PCS measurements on low-concentration colloids with the BI 90/Correlator BI 9000 AT system from Brookhaven Instruments Corp. was developed. This guideline is aimed at obtaining autocorrelation functions of sufficiently good photon counting statistics which is crucial in PCS on colloidal solutions poor in particles. A measuring campaign on an environmentally-relevant water (backwater from a sanitary landfill on a uranium mine tailing at Freital, Saxony) showed the presence of about 1 to 2 mg/l of submicron particles having a particle size of 30 to 300 nm and of about 5 mg/l of suspended matter (>1000 nm).

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Publ.-Id: 707

Windpotentialmodellierung in komplexem Gelände

Heinemann, D.; Müller, R.; Waldl, H. P.; Hirsch, W.; Rindelhardt, U.

Das Windenergiepotential wird für komplexes Gelände im Binnenland mit zwie rechzeitökonomischen Modellen simuliert. Hierzu wird das in schwach gegliedertem Gelände Mitteleuropas erprobte und bewährte Programmpaket WAsP, sowie ein einfaches mesoskaliges Strömungsmodell (AIOLOS) verwendet. Die Ergebnisse der Simulation werden für ausgewählte Standorte verglichen und diskutiert. Die mit dem Modell WAsP berechnete Leistungsdichte, welche im Rahmen einer Windpotentialstudie für Zentralsachsen ermittelt wurde, wird dargestellt.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    DEWEK 96, Wilhelmshaven, 23.-25.10.96, Tagungsband S. 334
  • Contribution to proceedings
    DEWEK 96, Wilhelmshaven, 23.-25.10.1996, Tagungsband S. 334

Publ.-Id: 706

Overpressurised bubbles versus voids in helium implanted and annealed silicon

Fichtner, P.; Kaschny, J.; Yankov, R. A.; Mücklich, A.; Kreißig, U.; Skorupa, W.

  • Applied Physics Letters 70 (1997) 732

Publ.-Id: 705

Application of Highly Focused Ion Beams

Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.

The impressive development of focused ion beam (FIB) systems
from the laboratory level to high performance industrial machines during
the last twenty years is briefly reported. The design and the functional
principle of a liquid metal ion source as well as a FIB column are described.
The main application fields of the FIB technology are discussed. More in
detail the Rossendorf FIB activities, like writing Co+ FIB implantation
in silicon to fabricate CoSi2 microstructures by ion beam synthesis and
the writing Ga+ FIB implantation to create a patterned etch stop during
a following anisotropic etching for micromechanical 3D structure fabrication
are presented.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    14th Int. Conf. Applic. of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Denton, 6.-9.11.96
  • Mat. Sci. Forum 248-249 (1997) 445
  • Contribution to external collection
    CP392, Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, edited by J. L. Duggan and I. L. Morgan, AIP Press, New York 1997, 1175-1178

Publ.-Id: 704

Cyclotrone 18/9 User Community, First Workshop, Rossendorf, October 10/11 1996

Johannsen, B.; Preusche, S.

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Publ.-Id: 703

Plasma immersion implantation using pulsed plasma with DC and pulsed high voltages

Brutscher, J.; Günzel, R.; Möller, W.

New experiments in plasma immersion ion implantation (PIII)
have been performed to explore the extended operation regimes available
with pulsed plasmas. A pulsed extraction voltage and a synchronized pulsed
plasma show a further reduction of thermal load, more stable operation
and improved implantation results. It was even possible to run PIII in
a mode with pulsed plasma and a DC voltage; in this way omitting the costly
high voltage modulating unit. Time resolved measurements of plasma density
and electron temperature have been made to get information about the plasma
buildup and decay process. In all cases a space charge sheath forms around
the sample where the ions are accelerated. The extension of the sheath
has been measured using time resolved Langmuir probe measurements. Iron
and aluminium samples were implanted with nitrogen using a DC plasma and
pulsed extraction voltage, pulsed plasma and pulsed extraction voltage,
and pulsed plasma and a DC extraction voltage. Analysis showed that in
all cases nitrogen could be implanted.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    3rd International Workshop on Plasma - Based Ion Implantation (PBII), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 16-18, 1996
  • Surf. Coati. Technol. 93 (1997) 197

Publ.-Id: 702

Short pulse plasma immersion ion implantation of oxygen into silicon: determination of the energy distribution

Barradas, N.; Maas, A. S. H.; Mändl, S.; Günzel, R.

Plasma immersion ion implantation was used to implant
oxygen ions into silicon with applied voltage pulses of 40 kV and 2.5 ms
total lenght. Positive ions from the plasma O2+ and O+, with a continuous
energy distribution between 0 and 40 keV were implanted with nominal doses
between 2x1016 and 2x1017/cm2. The resulting oxygen depth profiles were
measured with elastic recoil detection using 13.4 MeV a particles. The
obtained depth profiles were simulated using a linear superposition of
single-energy profiles calculated with TRIM, in order to determine relevant
parameters of the accelerated ions. The energy distribution of the incident
ions is derived from the results obtained and compared with theoretical
models. The agreement found is very good. The plasma found to be composed
of 35(8)% O2+ and 65(8)% O+ ions. An Fe contamination in the plasma is
observed using Rutherford backscattering.

  • Surface & Coatings Technology 93 (1997) 238-241
  • Lecture (Conference)
    3rd International Workshop on Plasma - Based Ion Implantation (PBII), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 16-18, 1996

Publ.-Id: 701

Workshop on Kaon Production

Grosse, E.; Kämpfer, B.

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Publ.-Id: 700

Ion Beam Assisted Deposition of a tungsten Compound Layer on 6H-Silicon Carbide

Weishart, H.; Heera, V.; Matz, W.; Skorupa, W.

Ion beam assisted deposition (IBAD) as a means of synthesizing
a tungsten carbide layer on top of SiC is investigated by Rutherford Backscattering
(RBS), X-ray diffraction (XRD) and four point probe measurements. Evaporation
of tungsten and subsequent implantation of carbon leads to a crystalline
layer of tungsten carbide whose resistivity is 1554 mWcm. At an implantation
dose of 5x1017C+cm-2 enhanced surface erosion occurs. Simultaneous evaporation
of tungsten and implantation of carbon procedures a layer of crystalline
W2C mixed with tungsten. The resistivity of this layer is 400 mWcm, i.e.
only a factor of 5 higher than that of single crystal W2C.

Publ.-Id: 698

Solare Warmwasserbereitung und Fernwärmeversorgung

Brünig, D.; Rindelhardt, U.

Die Ergebnisse der Solaranlage Waldblickschule Freital werden zusammenfassend dargestellt. Besonderes Augenmerk liegt auf der Einkopplung von solar erzeugter Wärme in ein Fernwärmenetz. Negativ wirken sich dabei sowohl hohe Netzverluste als auch hohe Rücklauftemperaturen aus. Die Untersuchungen ergaben, daß unter wirtschaftlichen Gesichtspunkten der solare Deckungsgrad in Fernwärmenetzen bei maximal 10% liegen sollte.

  • Sonnenenergie & Wärmetechnik, Heft 1/1997, S. 14

Publ.-Id: 695

Measured and Calculated Dose Distribution for 3-D Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation

Mändl, S.; Reuther, H.; Brutscher, J.; Günzel, R.; Möller, W.

Nitrogen was implanted into four cylinders (height 37
mm and diameter 4, 6, 8, and 12 mm) covered with aluminium foil using plasma
immersion ion implantation at 30 kV. The homogeneity of the implantation,
i.e. the spatial variation of the implanted dose, was determined for selected
points on the top and the side walls of the cylinders with sputter depth
profiling using Auger electron spectroscopy. Calculations approximating
the dynamic sheath evolution with discrete sheath positions were performed
to obtain the variation of the implanted dose and angle of incidence. Good
agreement is found between the calculations and the experimental data.
The ion dose exhibits a maximum on the top and decreases on the side walls.
A second maximum is formed on the wall of the cylinder. The total dose
variation is of the order of 50 %.

  • Surface & Coatings Technology 93 (1997) 229-233
  • Lecture (Conference)
    3rd International Workshop on Plasma - Based Ion Implantation (PBII), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 16-18, 1996

Publ.-Id: 694

Ion Energy Distribution in Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation

Mändl, S.; Brutscher, J.; Günzel, R.; Möller, W.

In plasma immersion ion implantation the ions are accelerated
from the plasma to the target. The total current, as delivered by the high
voltage pulse generator, is only a qualitative reading of the ion flux
density on the target. The main reason for this is a large secondary electron
coefficient, strongly depending on the ion energy and the surface composition.
In this work direct time-resolved ion flux measurements are presented.
High voltage pulses of eU0 = 5, 10, 15 and 20 kV were applied to a spherical
target with a small orifice. The ions were collected in the high vacuum
region behind this orifice and their energy distribution function exhibits
a sharp peak at the nominal energy eU0 with the height decreasing during
the voltage pulse, in agreement with the theoretical predictions for a
collisionless transit through the plasma sheath.

  • Surface & Coatings Technology 93 (1997) 234-237
  • Lecture (Conference)
    3rd International Workshop on Plasma - Based Ion Implantation (PBII), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 16-18, 1996

Publ.-Id: 693

Theorie und Computersimulation der Ostwald-Reifung bei der Ionenstrahlsynthese

Reiß, S.

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Publ.-Id: 692

Sizing and Testing of Stand Alone Photovoltaic Systems

Rindelhardt, U.; Futterschneider, H.; Garche, J.; Schulze, L.

Based on the analysis of a 43 years irradiation data serie (Dresden) sizing rules for stand alone PV systems are presented. Values of sizing irradiation and system autonomy are derived from the statistical analysis, taking into account realistic properties of the PV system components. These data seem to bee applicable to larger regions of Gemany and middle Europe. The sizing rules are compared with experimantal results and with results of simulations.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    Eurosun 96, Freiburg, 16.-19.9.1996
  • Contribution to external collection
    Proceedings of Eurosun 96, Freiburg, 16.-19.9.1996, Vol. 2, p. 848

Publ.-Id: 690

Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Ester Groups of Mixed-Ligand Oxorhenium (V) and Oxotechnetium (V) Complexes

Seifert, S.; Syhre, R.; Spies, H.; Johannsen, B.

  • Applied Radiation and Isotopes Vol. 48, No. 8, pp. 1051-1057, 1997

Publ.-Id: 689

Writing FIB Implantation an Subsequent Anisotropic Wet Chemical Etching for Fabrication of 3D Structures in Silicon

Schmidt, B.; Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.

The further miniaturization of silicon micromechanical
structures in combination with the high developed microelectronic technology
at the mm- and sub-mm level will lead to a new generation of microdevices.
A modern technique to fabricate three dimensional micromechanical structures
is the combination of high concentration p+-doping by writing ion implantation
using a focused ion beam (FIB) and subsequent anisotropic and selective
wet chemical etching. FIB patterned and chemical etched 3D structures have
been fabricated using 35 keV Ga+-ion implantation and subsequent anisotropic
etching in KOH/H2O-solution. The Ga+-FIB patterned test structures were
characterized by scanning electron microscopy.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    EUROSENSORS X, 8.-11.9.1996
  • Sensors and Actuators A 61 (1997) 369-373

Publ.-Id: 688

Computer Simulation and Boron Nitride

Albe, K.; Möller, W.; Heinig, K.-H.

This paper presents computer simulation studies of boron
nitride using ab initio and empirical methods. Results of self-consistent
DFT-LDA calculations are shown, which were performed to characterize static
ground-state properties of the different BN modifications. With help of
these calculations the cubic phase is predicted as stable modification
under standard conditions. Furthermore an empirical interatomic potential
is introduced, which was parameterized by means of ab initio results and
allows a reliable description of structures and energies of Bn, Nm and
BnNm clusters and solid modifications. Finally, using this classical forcefield
a MD-simulation of N2 impact on a h-BN target is presented.

  • Rad. Eff. Def. Solids 142 (1997) 85

Publ.-Id: 687

Structural modification of receptor binding 99m-Tc complexes in order to improve brain uptake

Johannsen, B.; Berger, R.; Brust, P.; Pietzsch, H.-J.; Scheunemann, M.; Seifert, S.; Spies, H.; Syhre, R.

  • European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 24 (1997) 3 pp. 316-319

Publ.-Id: 686

Bestimmung der Aufbruchtemperatur hochangeregter Kerne aus Isotopenverhältnissen leichter Fragmente

Möhlenkamp, T.

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Publ.-Id: 685

Development of New Technique for High-Energy Secondary-Electron Measurements in Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation

Nakamura, K.; Mändl, S.; Brutscher, J.; Günzel, R.; Möller, W.

  • Plasma Sources Science & Technolgy 6 (1997) pp. 86-90

Publ.-Id: 684

Incident Ion Monitoring during Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation by Direct Measurements of High Energy Secondary Electrons

Nakamura, K.; Mändl, S.; Brutscher, J.; Günzel, R.; Möller, W.

The present paper investigated time-resolved incident ion monitoring during PIII processes on the basis of high energy secondary electron measurements with scintillation technique. Taking into consideration the sheath geometry and a secondary electron emission coefficient of the target material, the experimental data were in a good agreement with theoretical predictions for dependences on target-voltage, pressure and plasma density.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    3rd International Workshop on Plasma - Based Ion Implantation (PBII), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 16-18 1996

Publ.-Id: 683

On size and shape of the average meson fields in the semi-bosonized Nambu & Jona-Lasinio model

Wünsch, R.; Goeke, K.; Meißner, T.

  • Zeitschrift für Physik A 348 (1994) pp. 111

Publ.-Id: 682

Multifragmentation in peripheral nucleus-nucleus collisions

Trautmann, W.; Adloff, J. C.; Begemann-Blaich, M.; Bonission, P.; Hubele, J.; Immé, G.; Iori, I.; Kreutz, P.; Kunde, G. J.; Leray, S.; Lindenstruth, V.; Lin, Z.; Lynen, U.; u. a.

  • Acta Physica Polonica B 25 (1994) pp. 425

Publ.-Id: 681

Microscopic analysis of two-body correlations in light nuclei

Peter, A.; Cassing, W.; Häuser, J. M.; Pfitzner, A.

  • Nuclear Physics A 753 (1994) pp. 93

Publ.-Id: 680

Particle identification in solid-state detectors by means of pulse-shape analysis - results of computer simulations

Pausch, G.; Bohne, W.; Hilscher, D.

  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 337 (1994) pp. 573

Publ.-Id: 679

Tribological Properties of Silicon Nitride Ceramics Modified by Titanium and subsequent Oxygen Implantation

Brenscheidt, F.; Mändl, S.; Günzel, R.; Wieser, E.; Möller, W.; Fischer, W.; Herrmann, M.

A silicon nitride based ceramic was implanted with 150
keV titanium to a fluence of 1017 ions/cm2. Subsequently the samples were
implanted with oxygen using plasma immersion ion implantation (PIII) and
conventional beam-line implantation to stimulate the formation of lubricating
oxides in the surface. The wear is reduced for all implanted samples. The
friction coefficient is slightly higher than in the non-implanted case
for all implantation conditions investigated although oxide formation in
the wear track is suggested by detection of a relatively high amount of
oxygen in the wear track as indicated by energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
(EDX). We discuss the possible mechanisms that lead to the observed tribological

  • Surface & Coatings Technology 97 (1997) 675-679

Publ.-Id: 678

High-K bands in the 168Yb region

Oliveira, J. R. B.; Frauendorf, S.; Deleplanque, M. A.; Cederwall, B.; Diamond, R. M.; Macchiavelli, A. O.; Stephens, F. S.; Burde, J.; Draper, J. E.; Duyar, C.; Rubel, E.; Becker, J. A.; u. a.

  • Physical Review C 50 (1994) pp. 1360

Publ.-Id: 677

Wave functions, evolution equations and evolution kernels from light-ray operators of QCD

Müller, D.; Robaschik, D.; Geyer, B.; Dittes, F.-M.; Horejsi, J.

  • Fortschritte der Physik 42 (1994) pp. 101

Publ.-Id: 676

Evidence for simultaneous breakup in reactions with relativistic alpha-projectiles

Lips, V.; Barth, R.; Oeschler, H.; Avdeyev, S. P.; Karnaukhov, V. A.; Kuznetsov, L. A.; Petrov, L. A.; Bochkarev, O. V.; Chulkov, L. V.; Kuzmin, E. A.; Karcz, W.; Neubert, W.; Norbeck, E.; Gross, C. J.

  • Physics Letters B 338 (1994) pp.141

Publ.-Id: 675

Multifragmentation induced by relavistic alpha-projectiles

Lips, V.; Barth, R.; Oeschler, H.; Avdeyev, S. P.; Karnaukhov, V. A.; Kuznetsov, L. A.; Petrov, L. A.; Bochkarev, O. V.; Chulkov, L. V.; Kuzmin, E. A.; Karcz, W.; Neubert, W.; Norbeck, E.

  • Physical Review Letters 72 (1994) pp. 1604

Publ.-Id: 673

Collective motion in selected central collisions of Au on Au at 150 A MeV

Jeong, S. C.; Herrmann, N.; Fan, Z. G.; Freifelder, R.; Gobbi, A.; Hildenbrand, K. D.; Krämer, M.; Randrup, J.; Reisdorf, W.; Schüll, D.; Sodan, U.; Teh, K.; Wessels, J. P.; Pelte, D.; Wohlfarth, D.; u. a.

  • Physical Review Letters 72 (1994) pp. 3468

Publ.-Id: 672

Bubble free energy in a first-order phase transition

Jenkovszky, L. L.; Kämpfer, B.; Sysoev, V. M.

  • Jadernaja fizika 57 (1994) pp. 187

Publ.-Id: 671

Selforganization in the nuclear system and irreversibility

Iskra, W.; Müller, M.; Rotter, I.

  • Progress of Theoretical Physics (Suppl.) 116 (1994) pp. 385

Publ.-Id: 670

Collective expansion in central Au + Au collisions

Hsi, W. C.; Kunde, G. J.; Pochodzalla, J.; Lynch, W. G.; Tsang, M. B.; Begemann-Blaich, M.; Bowman, D. R.; Charity, R. J.; Cosmo, A.; Ferrero, A.; Gelbke, C. K.; Glasmacher, T.; u. a.

  • Physical Review Letters 73 (1994) pp. 3367

Publ.-Id: 669

Verfahren zur Messung der integralen Massenfeuchte in Zweiphasenströmungen

Hensel, F.; Enghardt, W.; Prasser, H.-M.

Es wird ein Verfahren zur Messung der Massenfeuchte von in Rohrleitungen geführten Zweiphasenströmungen (gasförmig/flüssig) mit kleinem Massenstromanteil der flüssigen Phase (<30%) beschrieben, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass die Positronen in die Strömung emittiert werden und die bei der Annihilation der in die Strömung emittierten Positronen entstehende Gamma-Strahlung in Abhängigkeit von der Entfernung des Annihilationsortes von der Positronenquelle gemessen wird und dadurch, dass die Form der Reichweitenverteilung der Positronen zur Bestimmung der Massenfeuchte verwendet wird.

  • Patent
    DE P 4 423 665 A1


Publ.-Id: 668

Consequences of neutron-proton interaction on backbending

Frauendorf, S.; Sheikh, A.; Rowley, N.

  • Physical Review C 50 (1994) pp. 196

Publ.-Id: 667

The response of a large CsI(Tl) detector particles and heavy ions in the intermediate energy range

Fomichev, A. S.; David, I.; Lukyanov, S. M.; Penionzhkevich, Y. E.; Skobelev, N. K.; Tarasov, O. B.; Matthies, A.; Ortlepp, H.-G.; Wagner, W.; Lewitowicz, M.; Saint-Laurent, M. G.; u. a.

  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 344 (1994) pp. 378

Publ.-Id: 666

High-lying three-quasiparticle bans and signature splitting in 81Rb

Döring, J.; Schwengner, R.; Funke, L.; Rotter, H.; Winter, G.; Cederwall, B.; Lidén, F.; Johnson, A.; Atac, A.; Nyberg, J.; Sletten, G.

  • Physical Review C 50 (1994) pp. 1845

Publ.-Id: 665

Long-time behavior of the semiclassical baker's map

Dittes, F.-M.; Doron, E.; Smilansky, U.

  • Physical Review E 49 (1994) pp. R963

Publ.-Id: 664

Interpretation of bands in 163Er within the tilted rotation scheme

Brockstedt, A.; Lytkens-Lindén, J.; Bergström, M.; Eckström, L. P.; Ryde, H.; Barcelar, J. C.; Garrett, J. D.; Hagemann, G. B.; Herskind, B.; May, F. R.; Tjom, P. O.; Frauendorf, S.

  • Nuclear Physics A 571 (1994) pp. 337

Publ.-Id: 663

Dielectron production as a probe for nuclear exotic states and nuclear interactions at intermediate energies

Bratkovskaya, E. L.; Titov, A. I.; Kämpfer, B.

  • Book (Authorship)
    "Hadrons and Nuclei from QCD" World Scientific Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong (1994) pp. 1

Publ.-Id: 662

Hadron sources of the lepton pair production in proton-deuteron interaction at the initial energies 1-5 GeV

Bratkovskaya, E. L.; Kämpfer, B.; Molochkov, A. V.; Reznik, B. L.; Titov, A. I.

  • Jadernaja fizika 57 (1994) pp. 924

Publ.-Id: 661

Flavour-kinetic model for particle production in ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collisions

Barz, H.-W.; Friman, B. L.; Knoll, J.; Schulz, H.

  • Book (Authorship)
    "Statistical Description of Transport in Plasma, Astro- and Nuclear Physics" Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 1994, pp. 407

Publ.-Id: 660

"Sears bands" in 199Pb and 200Pb

Baldsiefen, G.; Hübel, H.; Korten, W.; Willsau, P.; Grawe, H.; Heese, J.; Kluge, H.; Maier, K. H.; Schubart, R.; Frauendorf, S.; Maier, H. J.

  • Nuclear Physics A 574 (1994) pp. 521

Publ.-Id: 659

Temporal and thermal properties of intermediate-mass fragments from teh 32S + 58Ni reaction at 30 A MeV

Tutay, A.; Budzanowski, A.; Fuchs, H.; Homeyer, H.; Pausch, G.; Schwarz, C.; Siwek, A.; Taymaz, A.

  • Acta Physica Polonica B 26 (1995) pp. 1413

Publ.-Id: 658

K- - meson production in proton-nucleus collisions

Sibirtsev, A.; Büscher, M.; Müller, H.; Schneidereit, C.

K- - meson production in proton-nucleus interactions at projectile energies up to 15 GeV is studied. As a first step the available data on K- - meson production in pp interactions are compared with different parametrizations and results of model calculations. Because of considerable uncertainties in the current descriptions of the energy dependence of the elementary K- cross section a new parametrization is suggested. Experimental data on K- production in pA collisions are analyzed in the framework of the Rossendorf-Collision and folding models. Satisfactory descriptions of the momentum spectra at forward angles are achieved. From an analysis of the A dependence it can be concluded that K- mesons are well suided to investigate final-state interactions for particles interacting strongly with the residual nucleus. Furthermore, we propose experimental studies on K- production close to threshold. Such measurements are particularly sensitive to contributions from secondary processes or from multi-nucleon interactions.

  • Zeitschrift für Physik A 351 (1995) pp. 333

Publ.-Id: 657

Plans for investigations of subthreshold K+ production in p+A collisions

Schult, O. W. B.; Sistemich, K.; Koptev, V.; Müller, H.; Cassing, W.; Jarczyk, L.; Komarov, V. I.; Sibirtsev, A.; Ernst, J.; Santo, R.; Nioradze, M.; Kulikov, A. V.; Hardt, A.; Dshemuchadse, S.; Leege, K.-W.; u. a.

We plan to investigate sub-threshold K+ production in proton bombardment of atomic nuclei in order to study the reaction mechanism through a measurement of the double differential cross section and of K+ p and K+ d coincides. The status of the theoretical studies is summarized, and the spectrometer to be installed in the COSY ring is briefly described.

  • Nuclear Physics A 583 (1995) pp. 629

Publ.-Id: 656

In-beam spectroscopy and shell model structure of the neutron deficient 103In and 100, 102Cd

Schubart, R.; Grawe, H.; Górska, M.; Fitzgerald, J. B.; Heese, J.; Kluge, H.; Maier, K. H.; Rejmund, M.; Schramm, M.; Severyniak, D.; Spohr, K.; Käubler, L.

  • Physica Scripta T56 (1995) pp. 311

Publ.-Id: 655

Electromagnetic fission of 238U at 600 and 1000 MeV per nucleon

Rubehn, T.; Müller, W. F. J.; Bassini, R.; Begemann-Blaich, M.; Blaich, T.; Ferrero, A.; Gross, C. J.; Immé, G.; Iori, I.; Kunde, G. J.; Kunze, I.; Lindenstruth, V.; Lynen, U.; Zwieglinski, B.; u. a.

  • Zeitschrift für Physik A 353 (1995) pp. 197

Publ.-Id: 654

The FOPI Detector at SIS/GSI

Ritman, J. L.

  • Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl.) 44 (1995) pp. 708

Publ.-Id: 653

On the transverse momentum distribution of strange hadrons produced in relativistic heavy ion collisions

Ritman, J. L.; Herrmann, N.; Best, D.; Alard, J. P.; Amouroux, V.; Bastid, N.; Belayev, I. M.; Berger, L.; Biegansky, J.; Buta, A.; Caplar, R.; Cindro, N.; Coffin, J. P.; Crochet, P.; Dona, R.; Wohlfarth, D.; u. a.

  • Zeitschrift für Physik A 352 (1995) pp. 355

Publ.-Id: 652

Sideward flow in Au + Au collisions at 400 A MeV

Ramillien, V.; Dupieux, P.; Alard, J. P.; Amouroux, V.; Bastid, N.; Berger, L.; Boussange, S.; Fraysse, L.; Ibnouzahir, M.; Montarou, G.; Montbel, I.; Pras, P.; Basrak, Z.; Belayev, I. M.; u. a.

  • Nuclear Physics A 587 (1995) pp. 802

Publ.-Id: 651

Evidence for collective expansion in light-particle emission following Au + Au collisions at 100, 150 and 250 A MeV

Poggi, G.; Pasquali, G.; Bini, M.; Maurenzig, P.; Olmi, A.; Taccetti, N.; Alard, J. P.; Amouroux, V.; Basrak, Z.; Bastid, N.; Belayev, I. M.; Berger, L.; Blaich, T.; Boussange, S.; u. a.

  • Nuclear Physics A 586 (1995) pp. 755

Publ.-Id: 650

Probing the nuclear liquid-gas phase transition

Pochodzalla, J.; Möhlenkamp, T.; Rubehn, T.; Schüttauf, A.; Wörner, A.; Zude, E.; Begemann-Blaich, M.; Blaich, T.; Emling, H.; Ferrero, A.; Gross, C. J.; Immé, G.; Iori, I.; u. a.

  • Physical Review Letters 75 (1995) pp. 1040

Publ.-Id: 649

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