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421 )* ments. Therefore the possibility of observing the exciated levels in both the fragments increases when both of them are deformed at scission point such as 104Zr(deformed)—148Ce(138Xe+10Be) (deformed). 05(3) per 100 SF of 252Cf . These cases are very similar to the one we reported earlier for the pair 96Sr (spherical shape) and 146Ba (deformed shape) . In the a teranry fission we see the cold, zero, neutron fission but 2n and 3n channels are much stronger. However, for the cold 10Be ternary SF pairs identified from the 7 — 7 matrix gated on 10Be charged particles and the 3D data, we find the zero neutron channel clearly much stronger than In and 2n.
2 ,Pi, Ps, A p and A n is optimal to describe the spontaneous fission of heaviest nuclei. • The difference between the proton and neutron deformations should be taken into account in future macroscopic-microscopic calculations of masses (a-decay) and fission barriers (T„/). Acknowledgments This work was partially supported by the Polish Committee of Scientific Research KBN No. 2P 03B 115 19. References 1. S. , Z. Phys. A350, 277 (1995); A350, 281 (1995); A354, 229 (1996). 2. A. , Phys. Rev. Lett.
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