J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 30, pp. 910-918 (1971) [9 Pages]
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Elastic Scattering of Carbon and Nitrogen Ions

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1The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research

Elastic scatterings of 14 N and 12 C particles from 12 C, 27 Al, 28 Si and 58 Ni at energies from 65 to 88 MeV with 14 N projectile and at 49.3 to 83.5 MeV with 12 C have been studied. Angular distributions of these elastic scatterings were measured at laboratory angles extending from 7 to 35 degree at 1 or 1.5 degree intervals, and the results changed with the values of coulomb parameters (η) regardless of the target and projectile combination. These various angular distributions were analyzed with the optical model of Wood-Saxon potential, and were fitted very well with the real potential depth of 50 to 70 MeV and the geometrical parameters similar to those found in the 3 He and α particles' elastic scatterings.

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