In this paper, we present new experimental data measured at Ep= 29.9 MeV for the inclusive reactions (p,xp) and (p,xα) on nucleus Fe56. We investigate the adequacy of the theoretical models in explaining the measured experimental data, and we determine the contributions of multistep direct and multistep compound processes in the formation of the cross-sections. We show that the traditional frameworks are valid for the description of the new experimental data, and our measurements agree with previous measurements for the (p,xp) and (p,xα) reactions on the Fe54 nucleus. The only exception is within the energy region of Ep= 15 and 25 MeV for both reactions, where the cross-section for the Fe56 nucleus is smaller than the cross-section for the Fe54 nucleus.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics