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2021MO25      Phys.Rev. C 104, 054323 (2021)

L.Morris, D.G.Jenkins, M.N.Harakeh, J.Isaak, N.Kobayashi, A.Tamii, S.Adachi, P.Adsley, N.Aoi, A.Bracco, A.Brown, M.P.Carpenter, J.J.Carroll, S.Courtin, F.C.L.Crespi, P.J.Davies, G.Fruet, Y.D.Fang, H.Fujita, G.Gey, T.H.Hoang, N.Ichige, E.Ideguchi, A.Inoue, C.Iwamoto, T.Koike, M.Kumar Raju, M.L.Liu, D.Montanari, P.von Neumann-Cosel, S.Noji, H.J.Ong, D.Savran, J.M.Schmitt, C.Sullivan, B.Wasilewska, M.Weinert, V.Werner, Y.Yamamoto, R.G.T.Zegers, X.H.Zhou, S.Zhu

Search for in-band transitions in the candidate superdeformed band in 28Si

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 28Si(α, α'), E=130 MeV beam from K140 AVF cyclotron at the RCNP-Osaka; measured Eα, Iα using the Grand Raiden spectrometer, Eγ, Iγ, γγ-coin using CAGRA array of 12 HPGe clover detectors and four LaBr3 detectors. 28Si; deduced levels, J, π, bands; analyzed 4+ member in search of a superdeformed (SD) band, branching ratios of γ rays from the 4+ member, and B(E2); based on comparison of experimental B(E2) values with predicted B(E2) values from antisymmetrized molecular dynamics (AMD) calculations for a set of identified states in 28Si, strongly rejected hypothesized superdeformed band in this nuclide.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.054323
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2020FR03      Phys.Rev.Lett. 124, 192701 (2020)

G.Fruet, S.Courtin, M.Heine, D.G.Jenkins, P.Adsley, A.Brown, R.Canavan, W.N.Catford, E.Charon, D.Curien, S.Della Negra, J.Duprat, F.Hammache, J.Lesrel, G.Lotay, A.Meyer, D.Montanari, L.Morris, M.Moukaddam, J.Nippert, Zs.Podolyak, P.H.Regan, I.Ribaud, M.Richer, M.Rudigier, R.Shearman, N.de Sereville, C.Stodel

Advances in the Direct Study of Carbon Burning in Massive Stars

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(12C, X), E=2.2-5.4 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced S-factor. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.192701
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2019MU08      Phys.Rev. C 99, 054325 (2019)

C.Muller-Gatermann, A.Dewald, C.Fransen, K.Auranen, H.Badran, M.Beckers, A.Blazhev, T.Braunroth, D.M.Cullen, G.Fruet, A.Goldkuhle, T.Grahn, P.T.Greenlees, A.Herzan, U.Jakobsson, D.Jenkins, J.Jolie, R.Julin, S.Juutinen, J.Konki, M.Leino, J.Litzinger, K.Nomura, J.Pakarinen, P.Peura, M.G.Procter, P.Rahkila, P.Ruotsalainen, M.Sandzelius, J.Saren, C.Scholey, J.Sorri, S.Stolze, M.J.Taylor, J.Uusitalo, K.O.Zell

Shape coexistence in 178Hg

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 103Rh(78Kr, 2np), E=354 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, Eα, (recoil)γ- and αγ-coin, half-lives of levels in the yrast band by recoil-distance Doppler-shift method (RDDS) using RITU separator, JUROGAM II array, GREAT spectrometer and DPUNS plunger at the K-130 cyclotron facility of the University of Jyvaskyla. Recoil-decay tagging method. 178Hg; deduced high-spin levels, J, π, B(E2), transition quadrupole moments, quadrupole deformation parameter β2 and configuration-mixing features. Comparison with predictions of interacting boson model, mean-field model, and total routhian surface (TRS) calculations. Systematics of energy levels in A=172-204, even-A Hg isotopes. Systematics of transition quadrupole moments and kinetic moments of inertia for yrast states in 178,180,182,184Hg.

RADIOACTIVITY 174,175,176Pt, 177,178,179Au, 177,178,179Hg(α)[from 103Rh(78Kr, X), E=354 MeV]; measured Eα correlated with ions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.054325
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2018GA14      Phys.Rev. C 97, 054606 (2018)

F.Galtarossa, L.Corradi, S.Szilner, E.Fioretto, G.Pollarolo, T.Mijatovic, D.Montanari, D.Ackermann, D.Bourgin, S.Courtin, G.Fruet, A.Goasduff, J.Grebosz, F.Haas, D.Jelavic Malenica, S.C.Jeong, H.M.Jia, P.R.John, D.Mengoni, M.Milin, G.Montagnoli, F.Scarlassara, N.Skukan, N.Soic, A.M.Stefanini, E.Strano, V.Tokic, C.A.Ur, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, Y.X.Watanabe

Mass correlation between light and heavy reaction products in multinucleon transfer 197Au + 130Te collisions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 130Te(197Au, X), E=1.07 GeV; measured reaction products, energy loss, total energy, time of flight, mass distribution of Te isotopes and (Te-like)(Au-like)coin using the PRISMA magnetic spectrometer coupled to NOSE detector for coincidence measurements at LNL-Legnaro Tandem-ALPI facility; deduced total kinetic energy loss (TKEL) for 0n-, 2n-, 4n- and 6n-transfer channels, mass-mass correlation matrix of Te isotopes, and mass distributions from the projection of the corresponding mass-mass matrix for 0n to 6n transfer channels and compared with simulations, σ(total) of Te isotopes and compared with calculations using GRAZING code.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.054606
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2018JI01      Phys.Rev. C 97, 012801 (2018)

C.L.Jiang, D.Santiago-Gonzalez, S.Almaraz-Calderon, K.E.Rehm, B.B.Back, K.Auranen, M.L.Avila, A.D.Ayangeakaa, S.Bottoni, M.P.Carpenter, C.Dickerson, B.DiGiovine, J.P.Greene, C.R.Hoffman, R.V.F.Janssens, B.P.Kay, S.A.Kuvin, T.Lauritsen, R.C.Pardo, J.Sethi, D.Seweryniak, R.Talwar, C.Ugalde, S.Zhu, D.Bourgin, S.Courtin, F.Haas, M.Heine, G.Fruet, D.Montanari, D.G.Jenkins, L.Morris, A.Lefebvre-Schuhl, M.Alcorta, X.Fang, X.D.Tang, B.Bucher, C.M.Deibel, S.T.Marley

Reaction rate for carbon burning in massive stars

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(12C, p)23Na, (12C, α)20Ne, E=5.5-10 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin, σ(E) using Gammasphere array and an array of three annular double-sided silicon strip detectors at the ATLAS-ANL facility; deduced S factors and astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with previous measurements, and with data from other reactions. Relevance to carbon burning is a critical phase for nucleosynthesis in massive stars.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.012801
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2018MO05      Phys.Rev. C 97, 024610 (2018)

G.Montagnoli, A.M.Stefanini, C.L.Jiang, K.Hagino, F.Galtarossa, G.Colucci, S.Bottoni, C.Broggini, A.Caciolli, P.Colovic, L.Corradi, S.Courtin, R.Depalo, E.Fioretto, G.Fruet, A.Gal, A.Goasduff, M.Heine, S.P.Hu, M.Kaur, T.Mijatovic, M.Mazzocco, D.Montanari, F.Scarlassara, E.Strano, S.Szilner, G.X.Zhang

Fusion hindrance for the positive Q-value system 12C+30Si

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(30Si, X), E=34-80 MeV; measured reaction products, fusion σ(E) at the XTU Tandem accelerator of INFN-LN, Legnaro. Comparison with coupled-channel calculations using Woods Saxon (WS) and Yukawa-plus-exponential (YPE) potentials.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.024610
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2018QI06      Phys.Rev. C 98, 014612 (2018)

L.Qi, M.Lebois, J.N.Wilson, A.Chatillon, S.Courtin, G.Fruet, G.Georgiev, D.G.Jenkins, B.Laurent, L.Le Meur, A.Maj, P.Marini, I.Matea, L.Morris, V.Nanal, P.Napiorkowski, A.Oberstedt, S.Oberstedt, C.Schmitt, O.Serot, M.Stanoiu, B.Wasilewska

Statistical study of the prompt-fission γ-ray spectrum for 238U (n, f) in the fast-neutron region

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(n, F), E=1.9, 4.8 MeV fast neutrons from LICORNE directional neutron source; measured fission fragments, Eγ, Iγ, prompt-fission γ-ray spectra (PFGS), (fission events)γ-coin, and neutron time-of-flight using ionization chamber for fission detection, and PARIS array of fast scintillation detectors for γ detection at ALTO-IPN Orsay, using 252Cf(SF) as reference to validate experimental setup; deduced prompt fission γ multiplicity, average total Eγ. Comparison with previous experimental values, and with theoretical predictions from PbP, GEF, and FREYA fission models.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014612
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