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2024CO04      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A1058, 168827 (2024)

A.L.Conley, B.Kelly, M.Spieker, R.Aggarwal, S.Ajayi, L.T.Baby, S.Baker, C.Benetti, I.Conroy, P.D.Cottle, I.B.D'Amato, P.DeRosa, J.Esparza, S.Genty, K.Hanselman, I.Hay, M.Heinze, D.Houlihan, M.I.Khawaja, P.S.Kielb, A.N.Kuchera, G.W.McCann, A.B.Morelock, E.Lopez-Saavedra, R.Renom, L.A.Riley, G.Ryan, A.Sandrik, V.Sitaraman, E.Temanson, M.Wheeler, C.Wibisono, I.Wiedenhover

The CeBrA demonstrator for particle-γ coincidence experiments at the FSU Super-Enge Split-Pole Spectrograph

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 49Ti, 61Ni, 52Cr, 34S(d, p), E=16 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, particle-γ-coin.; deduced γ-ray energies and relative intensities, excited states lifetimes. Comparison with available data. The CeBrA demonstrator for particle-γ coincidence experiments at the Super-Enge Split-Pole Spectrograph of the John D. Fox Superconducting Linear Accelerator Laboratory at Florida State University.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2023.168827
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2023TE05      Phys.Rev. C 108, 065804 (2023)

E.Temanson, J.Baker, L.T.Baby, K.Hanselman, P.Hoflich, S.A.Kuvin, G.W.McCann, A.Volya, I.Wiedenhover

Measurement of the 25Al(d, n)26Si reaction and impact on the 25Al(p, γ)26Si reaction rate

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.065804
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2022LE11      Phys.Rev. C 106, 044302 (2022)

S.R.Lesher, A.Aprahamian, K.Lee, B.Alemayehu, L.M.Clark, X.James, J.C.T.Lowrie, M.Meier, L.McEwan, S.Mukhopadhyay, E.E.Peters, A.P.D.Ramirez, M.Ryan, B.G.Rice, A.Stratman, E.Temanson, J.R.Vanhoy, S.W.Yates

Lifetime measurements of 0+ states in 168Er with the Doppler-shift attenuation method

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 168Er(n, n'γ), E=1.2-3.0 MeV in 0.1 MeV steps; measured Eγ, Iγ, excitation functions, γ(θ), level T1/2 by Doppler-shift attenuation method (DSAM) at the University of Kentucky Accelerator Laboratory. 168Er; deduced levels, J, π, excited 0+ states, bands, multipole mixing ratios, B(E2), B(E1). Comparison with previous experimental results, and with evaluated data in the ENSDF database. Systematics of low-lying levels and B(E2) values in 162,164,166,168,170Er.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.044302
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2022LO08      Phys.Rev.Lett. 129, 012502 (2022)

E.Lopez-Saavedra, S.Almaraz-Calderon, B.W.Asher, L.T.Baby, N.Gerken, K.Hanselman, K.W.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, A.B.Morelock, J.F.Perello, E.S.Temanson, A.Volya, I.Wiedenhover

Observation of a Near-Threshold Proton Resonance in 11B

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(10Be, n)11B, E=39 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip, Eα, Iα; deduced near-threshold proton resonance, spectroscopic factor, angular momentum transfer. Comparison with available data. Distorted wave Born approximation calculations. The Tandem-Linac accelerator, the John D. Fox accelerator laboratory of Florida State University.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.012502
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2021RI08      Phys.Rev. C 103, 064309 (2021)

L.A.Riley, J.M.Nebel-Crosson, K.T.Macon, G.W.McCann, L.T.Baby, D.Caussyn, P.D.Cottle, J.Esparza, K.Hanselman, K.W.Kemper, E.Temanson, I.Wiedenhover

50Ti(d, p)51Ti: Single-neutron energies in the N=29 isotones, and the N=32 subshell closure

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 50Ti(d, p)51Ti, E=16 MeV; measured E(p), I(p), σ(θ) using the Super Enge Split-Pole Spectrograph (SPS) spectrometer at the J. D. Fox Laboratory at Florida State University. 51Ti; deduced levels, J, L-transfers, spectroscopic factors, s3/2, s1/2, and d5/2 single-neutron energy centroids and compared with covariant density functional theory calculations. Adiabatic distorted wave approximation (ADW) and DWBA calculations using global optical potentials.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.103.064309
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2019LI42      Phys.Rev. C 100, 034601 (2019)

Q.Liu, M.Febbraro, R.J.deBoer, A.Boeltzig, Y.Chen, C.Cerjan, M.Couder, B.Frentz, J.Gorres, E.A.Henry, E.Lamere, K.T.Macon, K.V.Manukyan, L.Morales, P.D.O'Malley, S.D.Pain, W.A.Peters, D.Schneider, C.Seymour, G.Seymour, E.Temanson, R.Toomey, B.Vande Kolk, J.Weaver, M.Wiescher

Measurement of the 10Ba (α, n0) 13N cross section for 2.2 < Eα < 4.9 MeV and its application as a diagnostic at the National Ignition Facility

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 10B(α, n), (α, n0)13N, E=2.2-4.9 MeV; measured En, In using five deuterated liquid scintillation detectors at the University of Notre Dame Nuclear Science Laboratory; deduced differential σ(E), angular distribution coefficients, thick target yields. Comparison with previous experimental data. Preliminary calculations performed to test feasibility of this reaction as a diagnostic tool for the National Ignition Facility (NIF) implosion. 10B(α, p)13C, E=2.2-4.9 MeV; measured secondary Eγ, γ-ray yields, used for troubleshooting during the experiment.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.034601
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