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2023GU07      Eur.Phys.J. A 59, 65 (2023)

G.L.Guardo, T.Petruse, D.Lattuada, M.La Cognata, D.L.Balabanski, E.Aciksoz, L.Acosta, L.Capponi, D.Carbone, S.Cherubini, D.Choudhury, G.D'Agata, A.Di Pietro, P.Figuera, M.Gulino, A.I.Kilik, M.La Commara, L.Lamia, C.Matei, S.Palmerini, R.G.Pizzone, G.G.Rapisarda, S.Romano, M.L.Sergi, P.-A.Soderstrom, R.Sparta, A.Tumino, S.Vinals

Direct measurement of the 19F(p, α0)16O reaction at Ecm= 0.4-0.9 using the LHASA detector array

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(19F, α), E(cm)=0.4-0.9 MeV; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced σ(θ), S-factor. Comparison with NACRE compilation, available data. INFN-Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Catania (Italy).

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-023-00957-1
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2023TU05      Commun. Phys. 6, 106 (2023)

A.Tumino, G.G.Rapisarda, M.La Cognata, A.Oliva, A.Kievsky, C.A.Bertulani, G.D'Agata, M.Gattobigio, G.L.Guardo, L.Lamia, D.Lattuada, R.G.Pizzone, S.Romano, M.L.Sergi, R.Sparta, M.Viviani

Coulomb-free 1So p - p scattering length from the quasi-freep p + d → p + p + n reaction and its relation to universality

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(p, 2p), E(cm)<1 MeV; analyzed available data; deduced p-p scattering σ, σ(θ), scattering length and effective range from a Bayesian approach analysis.

doi: 10.1038/s42005-023-01221-0
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2022LA01      Phys.Lett. B 826, 136917 (2022)

M.La Cognata, S.Palmerini, P.Adsley, F.Hammache, A.Di Pietro, P.Figuera, R.Alba, S.Cherubini, F.Dell'Agli, G.L.Guardo, M.Gulino, L.Lamia, D.Lattuada, C.Maiolino, A.Oliva, R.G.Pizzone, P.M.Prajapati, S.Ramano, D.Santonocito, R.Sparta, M.L.Sergi, A.Tumino

Exploring the astrophysical energy range of the 27Al(p, α)24Mg reaction: A new recommended reaction rate

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(27Al, α24Mg)1NN, E<1.5 MeV; measured reaction products. 28Si, 24Mg; deduced σ(θ, E), strengths of the levels, astrophysical reaction rates. The indirect Trojan Horse method (THM), INFN-LNS Tandem accelerator (Catania, Italy).

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.136917
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2022LA06      Phys.Rev. C 105, 044618 (2022)

H.Y.Lan, W.Luo, Y.Xu, D.L.Balabanski, G.L.Guardo, M.La Cognata, D.Lattuada, C.Matei, R.G.Pizzone, T.Rauscher, J.L.Zhou

Feasibility of studying astrophysically important charged-particle emission with the variable energy γ-ray system at the Extreme Light Infrastructure--Nuclear Physics facility

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 29Si, 47Ti, 56Fe, 73Ge, 74Se, 84Sr, 91Zr, 95Mo, 96,98Ru, 102Pd, 106Cd, 115,117,119Sn, 132Ba, 143Nd(γ, p), (γ, np), E<30 MeV; 50V, 67Zn, 87Sr, 107Ag, 113,115In, 119Sn, 123,125Te, 149,154Sm, 155,156,157,158,160Gd, 208Pb(γ, α), (γ, nα), E<30 MeV; calculated inclusive and exclusive σ(E), population of the particular excited states, energy spectra of ejectiles. TALYS-1.9 calculations with various combinations of level densities, strength functions and optical potentials available in the code.Investigated the feasibility of studying the reactions of astrophysical interest with ELI-NP facility infrastructure. Simulated achievable yields.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.044618
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2022LA14      Astrophys.J. 941, 96 (2022)

M.La Cognata, S.Palmerini, P.Adsley, F.Hammache, A.Di Pietro, P.Figuera, F.Dell'Agli, R.Alba, S.Cherubini, G.L.Guardo, M.Gulino, L.Lamia, D.Lattuada, C.Maiolino, A.Oliva, R.G.Pizzone, P.M.Prajapati, G.G.Rapisarda, S.Romano, D.Santonocito, R.Sparta, M.L.Sergi, A.Tumino, P.Ventura

A New Reaction Rate of the 27Al(p/α)24Mg Reaction Based on Indirect Measurements at Astrophysical Energies and Implications for 27Al Yields of Intermediate-mass Stars

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(27Al, α24Mg), E=80 MeV; measured reaction products. 28Si, 24Mg; deduced σ(θ), σ(θ, E), resonance strengths. Comparison with Monte Carlo code RatesMC. Indirect Trojan Horse Method (THM), the INFN-LNS Tandem (Catania, Italy).

doi: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac9c5e
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2021SP02      Eur.Phys.J. A 57, 20 (2021)

C.Spitaleri, S.Typel, C.A.Bertulani, A.M.Mukhamedzhanov, T.Kajino, M.Lattuada, A.Cvetinovic, S.Messina, G.L.Guardo, N.Soic, M.Milin, S.S.Perrotta, C.Li, P.Colovic, G.D'Agata, D.Dell'Aquila, C.G.Fatuzzo, M.Gulino, S.Q.Hou, M.La Cognata, D.Lattuada, D.Nurkic, R.Popocovski, N.Skukan, S.Szilner, O.Trippella, M.Uroic, N.Vukman

The 3He + 5He → α+α reaction below the Coulomb barrier via the Trojan Horse Method

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(3He, 2α), E=4 MeV; 3He(5He, α), E(cm)<1 Mev; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced two α-particles σ(θ, E), σ(θ). Comparison with theoretical calculations, Trojan Horse Method (THM).

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-020-00324-4
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2021SP03      Eur.Phys.J. A 57, 170 (2021)

R.Sparta, L.Lamia, M.La Cognata, C.Spitaleri, G.G.Rapisarda, G.L.Guardo, S.Cherubini, G.D'Agata, A.Di Pietro, P.Figuera, M.Gulino, D.Lattuada, M.Lattuada, S.Palmerini, R.G.Pizzone, S.Romano, M.L.Sergi, A.Tumino, S.Typel

10B(n, α0)7Li and 10B(n, α1)7Li reactions measured via Trojan Horse Method

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(10B, α7Be), E=28 MeV; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced momentum distribution for the spectator particle, σ(θ), σ(E), 10B(n, α) σ using the Trojan Horse Method.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-021-00481-0
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2020MU07      Phys.Rev. C 101, 055801 (2020)

M.Munch, C.Matei, S.D.Pain, M.T.Febbraro, K.A.Chipps, H.J.Karwowski, C.Aa.Diget, A.Pappalardo, S.Chesnevskaya, G.L.Guardo, D.Walter, D.L.Balabanski, F.D.Becchetti, C.R.Brune, K.Y.Chae, J.Frost-Schenk, M.J.Kim, M.S.Kwag, M.La Cognata, D.Lattuada, R.G.Pizzone, G.G.Rapisarda, G.V.Turturica, C.A.Ur, Y.Xu

Measurement of the 7Li(γ, t)4He ground-state cross section between Eγ = 4.4. and 10 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 7Li(γ, t), E=4.4-10 MeV from High Intensity Gamma-ray Source (HIγS) at TUNL; measured E(t), I(t), Eα, Iα, Eγ and Iγ, αt-coin, ground state σ(E) using the SIDAR silicon detector array. 3H(α, γ), E(cm)=0-7 MeV; deduced astrophysical S-factor from R-matrix analysis. Comparison with model predictions, and with previous experimental results. Relevance to primordial Li problem and the mirror α-capture reactions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.055801
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2020PI11      Eur.Phys.J. A 56, 199 (2020)

R.G.Pizzone, C.Spampinato, R.Sparta, M.Couder, W.Tan, V.Burjan, G.D'Agata, G.L.Guardo, M.La Cognata, L.Lamia, J.Mrazek, S.Palmerini, S.Typel, A.Tumino, M.Wiescher, S.Anguilar, D.Bardayan, D.Blankstein, L.Boccioli, L.Callahan, S.M.Cha, K.Y.Chae, A.M.Clark, B.Frentz, M.R.Hall, A.Gula, S.Henderson, R.Kelmar, M.S.Kwag, I.Indelicato, M.La Commara, D.Lattuada, Q.Liu, J.Long, M.Mazzocco, A.Majumdar, S.McGuinness, A.Nelson, A.A.Oliva, P.O'Malley, P.M.Prajapati, G.G.Rapisarda, S.Romano, M.L.Sergi, C.Seymour, M.Skulski, C.Spitaleri, J.Wilkinson

Indirect measurement of the 3He(n, p)3H reaction cross section at Big Bang energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(3He, pt), E=9 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip; deduced σ for 3He(n, p) reaction using the Trojan Horse Method (THM).

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-020-00212-x
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2020SO26      Commun. Phys. 11, 3242 (2020)

P.-A.Soderstrom, L.Capponi, E.Aciksoz, T.Otsuka, N.Tsoneva, Y.Tsunoda, D.L.Balabanski, N.Pietralla, G.L.Guardo, D.Lattuada, H.Lenske, C.Matei, D.Nichita, A.Pappalardo, T.Petruse

Electromagnetic character of the competitive γγ/γ-decay from 137mBa

RADIOACTIVITY 137Cs(β-), 137Ba(IT); measured decay products, Eγ, Iγ, γ-γ-coin.; deduced γ-ray energies, widths and nuclear static dipole polarisabilities, angular correlation of the two photons emitted in the double-γ decay, Energy-sharing distribution for the two photons in the double-γ decay, an improved value on the double-photon versus single-photon branching ratio. Comparison with calculations. CeBr3 detectors from ELIGANT, the ELI Gamma Above Neutron Threshold (ELIGANT) detector system.

doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-16787-4
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2020SP02      Eur.Phys.J. A 56, 18 (2020)

C.Spitaleri, M.Lattuada, A.Cvetinovic, N.Soic, M.Milin, P.Colovic, G.D'Agata, D.Dell'Aquila, G.L.Guardo, M.Gulino, O.Trippella, M.La Cognata, L.Lamia, D.Lattuada, C.Li, S.Messina, D.Nurkic, S.S.Perrotta, R.G.Pizzone, R.Popoconski, S.Romano, N.Skukan, R.Sparta, S.Szilner, M.Uroic, N.Vukman

Study of the quasi-free 3He + 9Be → 3α reaction for the Trojan Horse Method

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-020-00026-x
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2019GU32      Eur.Phys.J. A 55, 211 (2019)

G.L.Guardo, C.Spitaleri, L.Lamia, R.Spartá, N.Carlin, S.Cherubini, G.Gimenez Del Santo, I.Indelicato, M.La Cognata, D.Lattuada, S.Messina, M.Munhoz, S.S.Perrotta, R.G.Pizzone, G.G.Rapisarda, S.Romano, M.L.Sergi, F.A.Souza, A.Szanto de Toledo, S.Tudisco, A.Tumino

The 10B(n, α)7Li cross sections at ultra-low energy through the Trojan Horse Method applied to the 2H(10B, α7Li)1H

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2019-12914-0
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2019LA08      Phys.Rev. C 99, 034301 (2019)

M.La Cognata, M.Fisichella, A.Di Pietro, P.Figuera, V.Z.Goldberg, S.Cherubini, J.P.Fernandez-Garcia, M.Gulino, L.Lamia, D.Lattuada, M.Lattuada, R.G.Pizzone, G.G.Rapisarda, S.Romano, R.Sparta, C.Spitaleri, D.Torresi, A.Tumino, M.Zadro

Observation of 15N α resonant structures in 19F using the thick target in inverse kinematics scattering method

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 4He(15N, α), E=40.23 MeV; measured Eα, Iα, differential σ(θ) using ΔE-E silicon telescopes for α detection and surface barrier detectors for 15N-like recoils at the LNL-Catania Tandem accelerator facility. 19F; deduced levels, resonances, J, π, α-widths, proton widths and potential α-cluster states using R-matrix analysis using AZURE2 code. Comparison with previous experimental data, and with literature data for mirror nucleus 19Ne. Relevance to models of stars in different evolutionary stages, such as the asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars asymptotic giant branch (AGB).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.034301
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2018LA14      Phys.Rev. C 98, 054601 (2018)

H.Y.Lan, Y.Xu, W.Luo, D.L.Balabanski, S.Goriely, M.La Cognata, C.Matei, A.Anzalone, S.Chesnevskaya, G.L.Guardo, D.Lattuada, R.G.Pizzone, S.Romano, C.Spitaleri, A.Taffara, A.Tumino, Z.C.Zhu

Determination of the photodisintegration reaction rates involving charged particles: Systematic calculations and proposed measurements based on the facility for Extreme Light Infrastructure--Nuclear Physics

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 74Se, 84Sr, 92Mo, 96Ru, 102Pd, 106Cd, 112Sn, 120Te(γ, p), E(cm)=8-20 MeV; 74Se, 84Sr, 92Mo, 96Ru, 102Pd, 106Cd, 112Sn, 120Te, 132Ba, 144Sm, 148Gd, 184Os(γ, α), E(cm)=6-20 MeV; calculated σ(E), proton and α-particle spectra and yields, Gamow windows at T9=2.5 and minimum required energies of the incident γ beam satisfying the measurable criteria of the minimum detectable limit and the particle identification. Z=10-100, N=10-160; calculated ratios of the (γ, p) and (γ, α) astrophysical reaction rates at T9=2.5 for 3000 targets of stable and proton-rich nuclei. Optical potential model calculations using Woods-Saxon and microscopic folding JLMB optical model potentials. Relevance to p-process nucleosynthesis, and the measurements of six (γ, p) and eight (γ, α) reactions based on the γ-beam facility and the Extreme Light Infrastructure Silicon Strip Array (ELISSA) for the detection of charged particles at ELI-NP, Bucharest facility.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.054601
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2016LA10      Phys.Rev. C 93, 045808 (2016)

D.Lattuada, M.Barbarino, A.Bonasera, W.Bang, H.J.Quevedo, M.Warren, F.Consoli, R.De Angelis, P.Andreoli, S.Kimura, G.Dyer, A.C.Bernstein, K.Hagel, M.Barbui, K.Schmidt, E.Gaul, M.E.Donovan, J.B.Natowitz, T.Ditmire

Model-independent determination of the astrophysical S factor in laser-induced fusion plasmas

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(d, n)3He, 3He(d, p)4He, E(cm)=5-500 keV; measured deuterium ion energy density distribution from time-of-flight, neutron yields from d+d fusion, angular distribution of neutrons, yield of 14.7-MeV protons using various scintillation detectors; deduced model-independent astrophysical factor S(E). Laser-induced fusion plasmas using Texas Petawatt Laser (TPW). Comparison with previous experimental data. Relevance to primordial abundances in Big Bang nucleosynthesis (BBN) models, and plasma physics.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.045808
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