Isospin Effects in the Formation of Heavy Fragments at Relativistic Energies


Dr. Klaus Sümmerer is a nuclear physicist working in the Fragment Separator Group at GSI in Darmstadt, Germany. Among other things, Dr. Sümmerer is well-known for his studies of fragmentation reactions including the semi-empirical systemization of product yields including the EPAX code. This talk was delivered at a meeting of the American Cemical Society in San Diego, California on April 3, 2001. Dr. Sümmerer may be reached at K.Suemmerer@gsi.de.

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