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2012AL23      Phys.Rev. C 86, 065805 (2012); Erratum Phys.Rev. C 88, 059902 (2013)

S.Almaraz-Calderon, W.P.Tan, A.Aprahamian, M.Beard, G.P.A.Berg, B.Bucher, M.Couder, J.Gorres, S.O'Brien, D.Patel, A.Roberts, K.Sault, M.Wiescher, C.R.Brune, T.N.Massey, K.Fujita, K.Hatanaka, D.Ishiwaka, H.Matsubara, H.Okamura, H.J.Ong, Y.Sakemi, Y.Shimizu, T.Suzuki, Y.Tameshige, A.Tamii, J.Zenihiro, T.Kubo, Y.Namiki, Y.Ohkuma, Y.Shimbara, S.Suzuki, R.Watanabe, R.Yamada, T.Adachi, Y.Fujita, H.Fujita, M.Dozono, T.Wakasa

Level structure of 30S and its importance in the 26Si(α, p)29P and 29P(p, γ)30S reaction rates

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 32S(p, t), E=98.7 MeV; measured triton spectra at two angles using Grand Raiden (GR) magnetic spectrometer at RCNP facility. 28Si(3He, n), E=15 MeV; measured neutron (TOF) spectra, charged-particle spectra, (charged-particle)n-coin, angular distributions using LESA array and scintillation detectors at Notre Dame NSL facility. 30S; deduced levels, proton- and α- unbound levels, J, π, proton branching ratios, partial proton widths. DWBA analysis. Comparison with several previous experimental studies. 29P(p, γ)30S, 26Si(α, p)29P, T9=0.01-10 GK; deduced astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with previous theoretical calculations. Contribution of resonances to total reaction rates.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.86.065805
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