Current Projects

Cluster Folding Model Analysis of the Elastic 16O+40Ca Nuclear Rainbow Scattering

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An analysis of angular distribution of the differential cross-section of 16O+40Ca elastic scattering at Elab = 104, 214, 281 and 1503 MeV performed theoretically within the framework of double folding model based on alpha cluster model without renormalization factor.

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King Khalid University

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Study of Nuclear Rainbow in Heavy Ions at High Energies

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Studies and analysis of the nuclear rainbow phenomena in elastic and inelastic scattering angular distribution data of 16O+12C system at energies from 132-1503 MeV in terms of optical model.

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King Abdul-Aziz City for Sciences and Technology

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Grant Number: A-S-36-255

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Study the Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Heavy Ion Reaction at High Energies

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Studies and analyses on the elastic and inelastic scattering angular distribution data of 12C+12C system for high energy range from Elab = 240-2400 MeV performed theoretically within the framework of double folding optical model formalism by using two different versions of α-α cluster effective interaction (DFC1 and DFC2).

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King Abdul-Aziz City for Sciences and Technology

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Nucleus-Nucleus Reactions and Applications Using Different Models

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This study provides an analysis for simplest direct nuclear reactions forms, namely elastic and inelastic scattering of 3He on two different nuclei (12C and 6Li) at different energies.

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King Abdul-Aziz City for Sciences and Technology

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Grant Number: P-S-36-226

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Interpretation of exotic hadrons.

Summary

The spectrum of strongly interacting particles (hadrons) is very rich and is not completely understood. Many of the recently experimentally observed hadronic particles (exotics) cannot be accommodated in the traditional scheme of classification into baryons and mesons. Some of the proposed interpretations are meson molecules, tetraquarks, and hybrids. These exotics need interpretation and my help us better understand hadrons.

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King Khalid University

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