A model calculation is applied for analyses of nucleon production from deuteron breakup reactions for energies up to 100 MeV, in which elastic breakup process and inelastic breakup process (stripping) are described by the continuum discretized coupled-channels method and the Glauber model, respectively. The effects of Coulomb interaction are taken into account to give a proper description of nucleon production at forward angles. In addition to these two direct processes, the evaporation and pre-equilibrium processes are described by the moving source model which contributes mainly to the low energy nucleon emissions. The deuteron breakup reactions are investigated systematically through the present analyses.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)