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Nuclear fragmentation at 4.5 a GeV/c in 28Si with emulsion interactions

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The experimental results of complete charge distribution of projectile fragments (PFS) and the total charge of the projectile fragments (PFS ) are presented. Also the multiplicity distributions of (PFS) and the rapidity distribution of shower tracks produced from events with nh = 0 from 28Si with emulsion at 4.5 A GeV /c are obtained.

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El-Daiem, A. , Abdel-Hafiez, A. and Khalifa, M. (2011) Nuclear fragmentation at 4.5 a GeV/c in 28Si with emulsion interactions. Natural Science, 3, 408-413. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.35055.


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