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2015ME07      Phys.Rev. C 92, 035803 (2015)

B.Mei, T.Aumann, S.Bishop, K.Blaum, K.Boretzky, F.Bosch, C.Brandau, H.Brauning, T.Davinson, I.Dillmann, C.Dimopoulou, O.Ershova, Z.Fulop, H.Geissel, J.Glorius, G.Gyurky, M.Heil, F.Kappeler, A.Kelic-Heil, C.Kozhuharov, C.Langer, T.Le Bleis, Y.Litvinov, G.Lotay, J.Marganiec, G.Munzenberg, F.Nolden, N.Petridis, R.Plag, U.Popp, G.Rastrepina, R.Reifarth, B.Riese, C.Rigollet, C.Scheidenberger, H.Simon, K.Sonnabend, M.Steck, T.Stohlker, T.Szucs, K.Summerer, G.Weber, H.Weick, D.Winters, N.Winters, P.Woods, Q.Zhong

First measurement of the 96Ru(p, γ)97Rh cross section for the p process with a storage ring

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(96Ru, γ)97Rh, E=9, 10, 11 MeV/nucleon; measured particle spectra in different charge states, x-ray and γ spectra, σ(E) using stored heavy ions in storage ring ESR at GSI; deduced astrophysical S factors and stellar reaction rates over a range of T9=0.5-19. Comparison with predictions from standard NON-SMOKER code and TALYS-1.4 code using different γ-ray strength functions from HFB, Brink-Axel Lorentzian (BAL), and Kopecky-Uhl, and different density models of constant temperature (CT), BSFG, generalized superfluid (GS), and Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov (HFB). Recommended REACLIB parameters for the reactivity of 96Ru(p, γ)97Rh, and 97Rh(γ, p)96Ru reactions. Relevance to p-process network calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.035803
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2010ZH54      J.Phys.:Conf.Ser. 202, 012011 (2010)

Q.Zhong, T.Aumann, S.Bishop, K.Blaum, K.Boretzky, F.Bosch, H.Brauning, C.Brandau, T.Davinson, I.Dillmann, O.Ershova, H.Geissel, G.Gyurky, M.Heil, F.Kappeler, A.Kelic, C.Kozhuharov, C.Langer, T.Le Bleis, Y.A.Litvinov, G.Lotay, J.Marganiec, N.Petridis, R.Plag, U.Popp, R.Reifarth, B.Riese, C.Rigollet, C.Scheidenberger, H.Simon, T.Stohlker, T.Szucs, G.Weber, H.Weick, D.F.A.Winters, N.Winters, P.J.Woods

96Ru(p, γ)97Rh measurement at the GSI storage ring

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(96Ru, γ), (96Ru, α), (96Ru, n), E=9, 10, 11 MeV/nucleon; measured Rh ions using DSSSD (double sided Si strip detector) mounted in a pocket inside ESR; deduced σ upper limit at 11 MeV/nucleon; calculatedσ using NON-SMOKER. Analysis continues.

doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/202/1/012011
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1995KU43      Phys.Lett. 207A, 199 (1995)

P.Kurpick, T.Bastug, B.Fricke, W.-D.Sepp, A.Warczak, M.Jager, J.Ullrich, T.Kandler, M.Schulz, A.Demian, M.Damrau, H.Brauning, H.Schmidt-Bocking

Full Scale Relativistic ab initio Time Dependent Calculations for the L-K Vacancy Transfer in 208 MeV Ni23+ on a Ge Solid Target

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ge(Ni, X), E=208 MeV; calculated L-K vacancy transfer, probabilities in Ni, Ge. Dirac-Fock-Slater method.

ATOMIC PHYSICS Ge(Ni, X), E=208 MeV; calculated L-K vacancy transfer, probabilities in Ni, Ge. Dirac-Fock-Slater method.

doi: 10.1016/0375-9601(95)00681-R
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1991BR30      Phys.Rev. A44, 2868 (1991)

H.Brauning, K.Ullmann, V.Dangendorf, H.Schmidt-Bocking, D.Trautmann, Th.Kauer

Influence of Recoil Effect in Ti K-Shell Ionization Probabilities

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ti(p, X), (d, X), (α, X), E=0.5 MeV/nucleon; measured K-shell ionization probabilities. Semi-classical approximation calculations.

ATOMIC PHYSICS Ti(p, X), (d, X), (α, X), E=0.5 MeV/nucleon; measured K-shell ionization probabilities. Semi-classical approximation calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.44.2868
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