NSR Query Results
Output year order : Descending NSR database version of April 11, 2024. Search: Author = C.S.Reingold Found 9 matches. 2022BU13 Phys.Rev. C 105, 045805 (2022) S.Burcher, K.A.Chipps, R.O.Hughes, C.S.Reingold, A.Saastamoinen, J.T.Harke, N.Cooper, S.Ahn, J.M.Allmond, H.Clark, J.A.Cizewski, M.R.Hall, J.Hooker, H.Jayatissa, K.L.Jones, S.Ota, S.D.Pain, K.Schmidt, A.Simon, S.Upadhyayula Developing the^{32}S(p, d)^{31}S^{*}(p)(γ) reaction to probe the ^{30}P(p, γ)^{31}S reaction rate in classical novae NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{32}S(p, d), E=33 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip, Eγ, Iγ, deuteron spectra, (deuteron)p-coin, (particle)γ-coin, angular distributions; deduced s(θ). ^{31}S; deduced levels, J, π, proton decay width of excited states, proton decay branching ratios. DWBA analysis. Comparison to other experimental data. Discussed relevance to resonances investigations in astrophysically important ^{30}P(p, γ) reaction. Hyperion setup consisting of 12 Compton-suppressed HPGe clover detectors, a silicon telescope downstream of the target, and a single silicon detector upstream of the target at K150 cyclotron (Texas A-M Cyclotron Institute).
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.045805
2022FR09 Phys.Rev. C 106, 065803 (2022) B.Frentz, A.Aprahamian, A.Boeltzig, T.Borgwardt, A.M.Clark, R.J.deBoer, G.Gilardy, J.Gorres, M.Hanhardt, S.L.Henderson, K.B.Howard, T.Kadlecek, Q.Liu, K.T.Macon, S.Moylan, C.S.Reingold, D.Robertson, C.Seymour, S.Y.Strauss, F.Strieder, B.Vande Kolk, M.Wiescher Investigation of the ^{14}N(p, γ)^{15}O reaction and its impact on the CNO cycle NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{14}N(p, γ), E=0.27-1.07 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ; deduced σ(θ, E) for particular transitions in daughter nuclei, astrophysical differential and total S-factor, astrophysical reaction rate for T=0.01-10 GK. Multichannel R-matrix analysis for the transition to the ground state, the excited states at 6.17 and 6.79 MeV, as well as ^{14}N(p, p) differential scattering data. Discussed implication of the obtained data on the CNO neutrino production. Comparison to other experimental results. Single coaxial HPGe detector. Beam from 1 MV JN Van de Graaff at the Compact Accelerator System for Performing Astrophysical Research (CASPAR) at the Sanford Underground Research Facility.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.065803
2022RE03 Phys.Rev. C 105, 034612 (2022) C.S.Reingold, A.Simon, R.O.Hughes, J.T.Harke, K.A.Chipps, S.Burcher, D.T.Blankstien, J.A.Cizewski, N.Cooper, M.Hall, S.Ota, B.Schroeder, S.Upadhyayula Spin inhibition in ψ-decay probabilities for states above S_{n} in Sm and Dy nuclei NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{148}Sm(p, d), ^{148}Sm, ^{162}Dy(p, t), E=29.55 MeV; measured charged particles, Eγ, Iγ, deuteron and triton spectra, (particle)γ-coin. ^{146,147}Sm, ^{160}Dy; deduced γ-decay probabilities. Investigated the eefect of spin-inhibition for high-spin states above neutron separation threshold. Hyperion setup comprised of Compton-suppressed clover detectors for γ-ray measurements and a ΔE-E telescope for particle energy measurements and identification. Beam from K150 cyclotron at Texas A
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.034612
2021MC02 Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. B493, 15 (2021) S.R.McGuinness, S.J.Ferran, J.T.Wilkinson, C.S.Loveless, T.Anderson, D.Blankstein, A.M.Clark, S.L.Henderson, A.D.Nelson, C.S.Reingold, M.Skulski, S.E.Lapi, G.F.Peaslee Production of ^{52}Fe from symmetric complete fusion-evaporation reactions NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{27}Al(^{28}Si, 2np)^{52}Fe, E=85.5 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced yields, σ. Comparison with PACE4 calculations.
doi: 10.1016/j.nimb.2021.02.008
2020KE01 Phys.Rev. C 101, 015801 (2020), Erratum Phys.Rev. C 96, 019901 (2017) R.Kelmar, A.Simon, O.Olivas-Gomez, P.Millican, C.S.Reingold, E.Churchman, A.M.Clark, S.L.Henderson, S.E.Kelly, D.Robertson, E.Stech, W.P.Tan Searching for (γ, α)/(γ, n) branching points in the γ-process path near A+100 NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{90}Zr, ^{102}Pd, ^{108,110}Cd(α, γ), E(cm)=7.5-11.6 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, σ(E) using High Efficiency total absorption spectrometer (HECTOR) composed of 16 NaI(Tl) detectors at the University of Notre Dame Nuclear Science Laboratory. Comparison with data in NONSMOKER database, and with calculations using TALYS 1.9 code. ^{90}Zr, ^{102}Pd, ^{108,110}Cd(α, γ), T_{9}=0.3-10; deduced astrophysical reaction rates using the TALYS 1.9 code with the back-shifted Fermi gas LD model, the αOMP, and the Brink-Axel Lorentzian γSF.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.015801
2020OL07 Phys.Rev. C 102, 055806 (2020) O.Olivas-Gomez, A.Simon, O.Gorton, J.E.Escher, E.Churchman, P.Millican, R.Kelmar, C.S.Reingold, A.M.Clark, N.Cooper, C.Harris, S.L.Henderson, S.E.Kelly, F.Naqvi, A.Palmisano, D.Robertson, E.Stech, A.Spyrou, W.P.Tan Measurements of proton capture in the A = 100-100 mass region: Constraints on the ^{111}In(γ, p)/(γ, n) branching point relevant to the γ process NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{102}Pd(p, γ)^{103}Ag, E=4-8 MeV; ^{108}Cd(p, γ)^{109}In, E=3.5=7 MeV; ^{110}Cd(p, γ)^{111}In, E=3-6 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, summed γ spectra using a high efficiency total absorption spectrometer and γ-summing technique at the 10-MV FN Tandem Van de Graaff accelerator of the University of Notre Dame; deduced capture σ(E) for the ground states, total σ(E), constrain Hauser-Feshbach parameters used in TALYS 1.9. Comparison with theoretical predictions from the NON-SMOKER code, and with Hauser-Feshbach statistical calculations. Recommended (γ, p) and (γ, n) stellar photodissociation decay rates for ^{103}Ag, ^{109}In and ^{111}In for T=1-10 GK. Relevance to γ process is an explosive astrophysical scenario.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.055806
2019HE11 Phys.Rev. C 99, 064320 (2019) S.L.Henderson, T.Ahn, M.A.Caprio, P.J.Fasano, A.Simon, W.Tan, P.O'Malley, J.Allen, D.W.Bardayan, D.Blankstein, B.Frentz, M.R.Hall, J.J.Kolata, A.E.McCoy, S.Moylan, C.S.Reingold, S.Y.Strauss, R.O.Torres-Isea First measurement of the B(E2; 3/2^{-} → 1/2^{-}) transition strength in ^{7}Be: Testing ab initio predictions for A = 7 nuclei NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{197}Au(^{7}Be, ^{7}Be'), E=31.3 MeV, [secondary ^{7}Be beam from ^{2}H(^{6}Li, n), E=34.0 MeV primary reaction]; measured reaction products, particle spectra, Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin using silicon detector for charged particle detection and HPGe detectors for γ detection at the University of Notre Dame FN Tandem Van de Graaff accelerator facility. ^{7}Be; deduced levels, J, π, Coulomb excitation cross section, B(E2) for 3/2- to 1/2- (g.s. to the first excited state) transition. Comparison with ab initio no-core shell model (NCSM) calculations.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.064320
2019NA10 Phys.Rev. C 99, 054331 (2019) F.Naqvi, A.Simon, M.Guttormsen, R.Schwengner, S.Frauendorf, C.S.Reingold, J.T.Burke, N.Cooper, R.O.Hughes, S.Ota, and A.Saastamoinen Nuclear level densities and γ-ray strength functions in samarium isotopes NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{148,150}Sm(p, d), E=28 MeV; measured deuteron spectra, Eγ, Iγ, and (particle)γ-coin using the Hyperion array with ΔE-E telescope and HPGe clover detector array at the Cyclotron Institute of Texas A and M University. ^{147,149}Sm; deduced nuclear level densities (NLDs) and γ strength functions (γSF) using the Oslo method, total B(M1) strength, parameters for giant resonances and the upbend. Comparison with shell model calculations, and with previous experimental results. Systematics of γSF, nuclear level densities, total B(M1) strength, and the parameters for giant resonances, the upbend and scissors resonances in ^{145,147,149,151}Sm.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.054331
2019RE04 Eur.Phys.J. A 55, 77 (2019) C.S.Reingold, O.Olivas-Gomez, A.Simon, J.Arroyo, M.Chamberlain, J.Wurzer, A.Spyrou, F.Naqvi, A.C.Dombos, A.Palmisano, T.Anderson, A.M.Clark, B.Frentz, M.R.Hall, S.L.Henderson, S.Moylan, D.Robertson, M.Skulski, E.Stech, S.Y.Strauss, W.P.Tan, B.Vande Kolk High Efficiency Total Absorption Spectrometer HECTOR for capture reaction measurements RADIOACTIVITY ^{60}Co(IT); measured Eγ, Iγ using Total Absorption Spectrometer HECTOR; deduced sum spectrum; compared with GEANT4 simulated spectrum. NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{27}Al(p, γ), E not given; measured Eγ, Iγ; deduced resonances, average multiplicities, summing efficiencies and resonance strengths; compared with GEANT4 simulations and with published data. Remark: Paper aimed mainly to show the possibilities of the HECTOR spectrometer.
doi: 10.1140/epja/i2019-12748-8
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