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Scuola di Fisica Nucleare Raimondo Anni Secondo corso Transizioni di fase liquido-gas nei nuclei Maria Colonna LNS-INFN Catania Otranto, 29 Maggio-3 Giugno 2006 Chomaz,Colonna,Randrup Phys. Rep. 389(2004)263 Baran,Colonna,Greco,DiToro Phys. Rep. 410(2005)335

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Gas Liquid Density Temperature 20200 MeV Plasma of Quarks and Gluons Crab nebula July 5, 1054 Collisions Heavy Ion 1: nuclei 5? Le Fasi della Materia Nucleare Stelle 1.5massa/sole Ph. Chomaz

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Osservazione sperimentale: frammentazione nucleare, rivelazione di frammenti di massa intermedia (IMF) in collisioni fra ioni pesanti alle energie di Fermi (30-80 MeV/A) Obiettivi: stabilire connessione con transizione di fase liquido-gas, determinare diagramma di fase di materia nucleare Termodinamica della transizione di fase in sistemi finiti studiare il meccanismo di frammentazione e individuare osservabili che vi siano legate per ottenere informazioni sul comportamento a bassa densita delle forze nucleari. Ex: osservabili cinematiche, massa, N/Z degli IMF

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Transizioni di fase liquido-gas e segnali associati Meccanismi di frammentazione Dinamica nucleare nella zona di co-esistenza Moti collettivi instabili, instabilita spinodale Approcci dinamici per sistemi nucleari Frammentazione in collisioni centrali e periferiche Ruolo del grado di liberta di isospin

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Phase co-existence X, extensive variables: Volume, Energy, N λ, intensive variables: temperature, pressure, chemical potential Entropy S

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Stability conditions

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Spinodal instabilities are directly connected to first-order phase transitions and phase co-existence: a good candidate as fragmentation mechanism V Maxwell construction λ pressure, X volume

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F (free energy) From the Van der Waals gas to Nuclear Matter phase diagram t 0 0 Mean-field approximation = ρ ρ < 0 instabilities Canonical ensemble F(ρ)

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Phase diagram for classical systems

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Two – component fluids ( neutrons and protons ) Y proton fraction = ρ p /ρ ρ ρ μ = ρ () Mechanical inst.Chemical inst.

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In asymmetric matter phase co-existence happens between phases with different asymmetry: The iso-distillation effect, a new probe for the occurrence of phase transitions Phase co-existence in asymmetric matter

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Phase diagram in asymmetric matter Two-dimensional spinodal boundaries for fixed values of the sound velocity In asymmetric matter phase co-existence happens between phases with different asymmetry: The iso-distillation effect, a new probe for the occurrence of phase transitions

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Phase transition in asymmetric matter

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Phase transitions in finite systems Probability P(X) for a system in contact with a reservoir Bimodality, negative specific heat

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Lattice-gas canonical ensemble fixed V Isochore ensemble Curvature anomalies and bimodality

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Hydrodynamical instabilities in classical fluids Navier-Stokes equation Continuity equation Linearization = ρ ρ Link between dynamics and thermodynamics !

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Collective motion in Fermi fluids Derivation of fluid dynamics from a variational approach Phase S is additive, Φ Slater determinant - E = energy density functional δI (with respect to S) = 0

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For a given collective mode ν… (μ = dE/dρ) Ph.Chomaz et al., Phys. Rep. 389(2004)263 V.Baran et al., Phys. Rep. 410(2005)335

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= ρ ρ ρ ρ μ () U(ρ) = dfpot/dρ mean-field potential 1 + F 0 = N dμ/dρ

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ρ A = The nuclear matter case Plane waves for S ν Landau parameter F 0

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Linearized transport equations: Vlasov U(ρ) = dE pot /dρ mean-field potential, f(r,p,t) one-body distribution function (μ = dE/dρ) 0

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Dispersion relation in nuclear matter s= ω/kv F

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Growth time and dispersion relation Instability diagram

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Two-component fluids τ = 1 neutrons, -1 protons ρ=ρ n - ρ p

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Dispersion relation A new effect: Isospin distillation dρ p /dρ n >ρ p /ρ n The liquid phase is more symmetric (as seen in phase co-existence)

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Finite nuclei Linearized Schroedinger equation (RPA) for dilute systems α = density dilution

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Instabilities in nuclei Collective modes YLM(θ,φ) The role of charge asymmetry (neutron-rich systems)

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neutrons protons total neutronsprotons Isospin distillation in nuclei

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Landau-Vlasov (BUU-BNV) equation Boltzmann-Langevin (BL) equation

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Effect of instabilities on trajectories

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Fluctuation correlations

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Linearization of BL equation O -1 overlap matrix

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Development of fluctuations in presence of instabilities

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Fragment formation in BL treatment Growth of instabilities Exponential increase

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Approximate BL treatment ---- BOB dynamics Growth of instabilities (comparison BL-BOB) (Brownian One Body, Stochastic Mean Field (SMF), …)

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Applications to nuclear fragmentation Some examples of reactions Xe + Sn, E/A = 30 - 50 MeV/A Sn + Sn, 50 MeV/A Au + Au 30 MeV/A p + Au 1 GeV/A Sn + Ni 35 MeV/A E*/A ~ 5 MeV, T ~ 3-5 MeV LBL MSU Texas A&M GANIL GSI LNS

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Some examples of trajectories as predicted by Semi-classical transport equations (BUU) Is the spinodal region attained in nuclear collisions ? La + Cu 55 AMeV La + Al 55 AMeV

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Expansion and dissipation in TDHF simulations: both compression and heat are effective Vlasov

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Expansion dynamics in presence of fluctuations Stochastic mean-field SMF (BL like) results

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Compression and expansion in Antisymmetrized-Molecular Dynamics simulations (AMD) Thermal expansion in MD (classical) simulations

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Fragmentation studies RPA predictions SMF calculations

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Fragment reconstruction Experimental observables : IMF multiplicity, charge distributions, Kinetic energies, IMF-IMF correlations …

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Confrontation with experimental data Compilation of experimental data on radial flow Onset of nuclear explosion around 5-7 MeV/u From two-fragment correlation Function Fragment emission time Onset of radial expansion IMF emission probability p + Au

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Nuclear caloric curves and critical behaviour J.Natowitz et al.Lattice-gas calculations

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Further evidences of multifragmentation as a process happening inside the co-existence zone Kinetic energy fluctuationsNegative specific heat M.DAgostino et al., NPA699(2002)795

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Comparison with the INDRA data: central reactions Charge distribution Largest fragment distribution

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Fragment kinetic energies : Comparison between calculations and data Uncertainties ……… Pre-equilibrium emission Exc.energy estimation Impact parameter Ground state ….. But typical shape well reproduced !

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129 Xe + 119 Sn 50 AMeV 129 Xe + 119 Sn 32 AMeV Event topology

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A more sophisticated analysis: IMF-IMF velocity correlations Event topology: Structure of fragments at freeze-out: Uniform distribution or bubble-like shape ?

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Relics of spinodal instabilities: Events with equal-size fragments G.Tabacaru et al., EPJA18(2003)103 Fragment size correlations For each event:, ΔZ ΔZ 0 Relics of equal size fragment partitions !

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In the outer part of the star, (stellar crust), densities are similar to nuclear case. Star modelized in terms of n,p, e,ν. Evolution of the crust during the cooling process. Spinodal decomposition in other fields Ideal hadronic gas Bag with quarks and nucleons mixturemixture Onset of spinodal decomposition: development of characteristic patterns in ε (azimuthal multipolarity) Influence on flow coefficients QGP Neutron stars J.Randrup, PRL92(2004)122301

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