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Org/about/rights_permissions Measurements of Fission Yields in the Heavy Region at the Recoil Mass Spectrometer Lohengrin A. Baif, O. Serof, L. Mathieu^ O. Litaize^ T. Matema^ U. K6ster^ H. Faust'', A. Letoumeau'', S. Panebianco'', E. Duponf and F. MichelSendis'' "CEA-Cadarache, F-13108 Saint Paul Lez Durance, France ILL, 6 rue Jules Horowitz, F-38042 Grenoble, France 'CEA-Saclay, F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France Abstract. In spite of the huge amount of fission yield data available in different libraries, more accurate values are still needed for nuclear energy applications and to improve our understanding of the fission process.
F- , , , ,100 , , , ,120, %^^^ 140f FIGURE 3. 1 160 , , , , 18 Neutron emission multiplicity in ^'*Fm. CONCLUSION The results here presented for Th and Fm nuclei show that our fully microscopic approach is able to provide a quantitative account of scission properties of actinide nuclei, whithout using any adjustable parameter. Several fragment properties have being computed for many different scission configurations, and are found to be in a qualitative agreement with experimental data. The description of time-dependent fission dynamics and of fragment mass distributions will be carried out in a near future, and will allow us to ponderate the fission fragment properties by the probability of the associated fragmentation.