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Study of the rainbowlike pattern in the elastic scattering of O on Al at = 100 MeV
Breakup following neutron transfer for the Li + Sm system
Simultaneous χ 2 analysis of nearbarrier fusion and elastic scattering for the protonhalo system 8 B + 58 Ni using dynamical Woods Saxon polarization potentials
Elastic and inelastic angular distributions of the 7 Li+ 120 Sn system for energies near the Coulomb barrier
Disentangling static and dynamic effects of low breakup threshold in fusion reactions
Searching for a polarization potential in the breakup of 8B
Anharmonics Effects in Neutron Cross Section Calculation
Fusion, breakup and elastic scattering of weakly bound nuclei
Transfer Reactions as Doorway to Fusion
Can Fusion, Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Heavy Ions be Understood Without a Simultaneous Analysys of Them?
Constraints on fourfermion contact interactions from precise electroweak measurements
Resonant production of scalar diquarks at the next generation electronpositron colliders
Minimal 331 model, lepton mixing and muonium antimuonium conversion
Hadron cascade by the method of characteristics
Complete fusion enhancement and suppression of weakly bound nuclei at near barrier energies
Study of the rainbowlike pattern in the elastic scattering of 16 O on 27 Al at E lab. = 100 MeV
Kinetic foundations of relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics
Determination of the shear viscosity relaxation time at weak and strong coupling
Stability and causality in relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics
New formulation of causal dissipative hydrodynamics: shock wave propagation
Sensitivity of the elliptic flow to a temperaturedependent shear viscositytoentropy density ratio
The effect of shear and bulk viscosities on elliptic flow
The Landau initial condition and the role of viscosity in relativistic heavyion collisions