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 Aygun, M. Comparative analysis of proximity potentials to describe scattering of 13C projectile off 12C, 16O, 28Si and 208Pb nuclei. Rev. mex. fís. E, Dec 2018, vol.64, no.2, p.149-153. ISSN 1870-3542
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 Ulucay, T. and Aygun, M. A comprehensive description of elastic scattering angular distributions for eight different density distribution of 32S nucleus. Rev. mex. fis., June 2020, vol.66, no.3, p.336-343. ISSN 0035-001X
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 Aygun, M. and Aygun, Z. Microscopic analysis of elastic scattering cross sections for different densities of 8Li nucleus on light, medium and heavy mass targets. Rev. mex. fis., Aug 2019, vol.65, no.4, p.404-411. ISSN 0035-001X
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 Aygun, M. and Aygun, Z. A comprehensive analysis of 9Li + 70Zn fusion cross section by using proximity potentials, temperature dependent density distributions and nuclear potentials. Rev. mex. fis., Oct 2019, vol.65, no.5, p.573-582. ISSN 0035-001X
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 Aygun, M., Kocadag, O. and Sahin, Y. Phenomenological and microscopic model analysis of elastic scattering reactions of 18O by 24Mg, 28Si, 58Ni, 64Zn, 90Zr, 120Sn, and 208Pb target nuclei. Rev. mex. fis., Dec 2015, vol.61, no.6, p.414-420. ISSN 0035-001X
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