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0 fm in extent, where the density drops from 90% to 10% of the central density, perceive a signiﬁcantly diﬀerent potential compared to those in the zone of central density. For a parent nucleus, in the process of undergoing ﬁssion to a daughter pair, this surface region prior to the scission point would allow the formation of a neck with nuclear matter of low density compared to that in the center of the nucleus. 2] do not usually allow for the formation of such necks of low nuclear matter. Aside from the formation of this neck of low density, the density distribution function of the parent nucleus undergoes substantial reorganization during the ﬁssion process since (a) the central density of the parent nucleus and daughter pairs are about the same and (b) the surface thickness of each nucleus is nearly the same.
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