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2022UT02      Phys.Rev. C 106, 024327 (2022)

S.Uthayakumaar, M.A.Bentley, E.C.Simpson, T.Haylett, R.Yajzey, S.M.Lenzi, W.Satula, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, P.J.Davies, B.Elman, A.Gade, H.Iwasaki, D.Kahl, N.Kobayashi, B.Longfellow, S.J.Lonsdale, E.Lunderberg, L.Morris, D.R.Napoli, T.G.Parry, X.Pereira-Lopez, F.Recchia, J.A.Tostevin, R.Wadsworth, D.Weisshaar

Spectroscopy of the T = 3 over 2 A = 47 and A = 45 mirror nuclei via one- and two-nucleon knockout reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(48Mn, 47Mn), E=84 MeV/nucleon; 9Be(48V, 47Ti), E=89 MeV/nucleon; 9Be(47Cr, 45Cr), E=81 MeV/nucleon; 9Be(47V, 45Sc), E=85 MeV/nucleon, [48Mn, 48V, 47Cr, 47V secondary beams from 9Be(58Ni, X), E=160 MeV/nucleon, followed by separation of fragments using A1900 separator and S800 spectrograph at NSCL-MSU facility]; measured reaction products, outgoing particle identification plot, Eγ, Iγ, exclusive cross sections, (particle)γ-coin, γγ-coin for mirrored nuclei produced via one- and two-nucleon knockout reactions. 47Mn, 47Ti, 45Sc, 45Cr; deduced levels, J, π, mirror-energy differences (MED) for T=3/2 mirror nuclei. Comparison with reaction model, shell-model and DFT-NCII theoretical calculations. Discussed large asymmetry in the inclusive cross sections between the A=47 mirror pair in terms of binding-energy effects.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.024327
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2021HA01      Phys.Rev.Lett. 126, 042701 (2021)

S.Hallam, G.Lotay, A.Gade, D.T.Doherty, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, J.Browne, W.N.Catford, B.Elman, A.Estrade., M.R.Hall, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, F.Montes, M.Moukaddam, P.O'Malley, W.-J.Ong, H.Schatz, D.Seweryniak, K.Schmidt, N.K.Timofeyuk, D.Weisshaar, R.G.T.Zegers

Exploiting Isospin Symmetry to Study the Role of Isomers in Stellar Environments

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C, 2H(26Si, 11C), (26Si, p)27Si, E=30 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced γ-ray energies, partial σ, branching ratios, J, π, spectroscopic factors. Comparison with shell model calculations, REACLIB data. GRETINA array.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.042701
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2021YA33      Phys.Lett. B 823, 136757 (2021)

R.Yajzey, M.A.Bentley, E.C.Simpson, T.Haylett, S.Uthayakumaar, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, P.J.Davies, B.Elman, A.Gade, H.Iwasaki, D.Kahl, N.Kobayashi, S.M.Lenzi, B.Longfellow, S.J.Lonsdale, E.Lunderberg, L.Morris, D.R.Napoli, X.Pereira-Lopez, F.Recchia, J.A.Tostevin, R.Wadsworth, D.Weisshaar

Spectroscopy of the T=2 mirror nuclei 48Fe/48Ti using mirrored knockout reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(58Ni, X)48Fe/48Ti, E=160 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced γ-ray energies, J, π, σ for sta tes directly populated in this work through one-nucleon knockout, mirror energy differences (MED). Comparison with calculations. The Gamma-Ray Energy Tracking In-beam Nuclear Array GRETINA.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2021.136757
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2020HE25      Phys.Lett. B 809, 135678 (2020)

S.Heil, M.Petri, K.Vobig, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.Bender, B.A.Brown, R.Elder, B.Elman, A.Gade, T.Haylett, J.D.Holt, T.Huther, A.Hufnagel, H.Iwasaki, N.Kobayashi, C.Loelius, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, M.Mathy, J.Menendez, S.Paschalis, R.Roth, A.Schwenk, J.Simonis, I.Syndikus, D.Weisshaar, K.Whitmore

Electromagnetic properties of 21O for benchmarking nuclear Hamiltonians

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(24F, 21O), E=95 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 21O; deduced γ-ray energies, J, π, level T1/2, B(E2). Comparison with theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2020.135678
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2020MO32      Phys.Rev. C 102, 034325 (2020)

S.Momiyama, K.Wimmer, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.Bender, B.Elman, A.Gade, K.W.Kemper, N.Kitamura, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, M.Niikura, S.Ota, P.Schrock, J.A.Tostevin, D.Weisshaar

Shell structure of 43S and collapse of the N=28 shell closure

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(44S, 43S), E=93.7 MeV/nucleon, [44S secondary beam from 9Be(48Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon primary reaction, followed by separation and identification of 44S ions by A1900 separator and S800 spectrograph at the NSCL-MSU cyclotron facility]; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, Doppler-corrected γ-ray spectrum using GRETINA array, delayed γ rays from the decay of isomeric states using IsoTagger consisting of 32 CsI(Na) detectors, (43S)γ- and γγ-coin, parallel momentum distributions. 43S; deduced levels, J, π, inclusive and exclusive cross sections for bound states, spectroscopic factors. Comparison with shell-model calculations using SDPF-U and SDPF-MU effective interactions. 44S; deduced intruder configuration in the ground state and N=28 shell quenching from the removal of a 2p3/2 neutron.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.034325
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2019EL08      Phys.Rev. C 100, 034317 (2019)

B.Elman, A.Gade, R.V.F.Janssens, A.D.Ayangeakaa, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, C.M.Campbell, M.P.Carpenter, H.L.Crawford, B.P.Crider, P.Fallon, A.M.Forney, J.Harker, S.N.Liddick, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, C.J.Prokop, J.Sethi, R.Taniuchi, W.B.Walters, D.Weisshaar, S.Zhu

Probing the role of proton cross-shell excitations in 70Ni using nucleon knockout reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(71Cu, 70Ni), E=80.2 MeV/nucleon; 9Be(71Ni, 70Ni), E=82.6 MeV/nucleon; 9Be(72Zn, 70Ni), E=76.5 MeV/nucleon, [secondary 71Cu, 71Ni, 71Zn beams from 9Be(76Ge, X), E=130 MeV/nucleon primary reaction at the K500 and K1200 coupled cyclotrons of NSCL-MSU]; measured yields of reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, γγ- and (knockout residues)γ-coin using GRETINA array for γ detection, and CsI(Na) hodoscope array for reaction residues. 70Ni; deduced levels, J, π, configurations. Comparison with shell-model calculations for only the neutron excitations using the jj44pna effective interaction.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.034317
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2019GA01      Phys.Rev. C 99, 011301 (2019)

A.Gade, R.V.F.Janssens, J.A.Tostevin, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, S.Bottoni, M.P.Carpenter, B.Elman, S.J.Freeman, T.Lauritsen, S.M.Lenzi, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, A.Poves, L.A.Riley, D.K.Sharp, D.Weisshaar, S.Zhu

Structure of 70Fe: Single-particle and collective degrees of freedom

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(71Co, 70Fe), E=87 MeV/nucleon, [secondary 71Co beam from 9Be(82Se, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon primary reaction, followed by separation of 71Co ions using A1900 fragment separator]; measured Eγ, Iγ, (70Fe ions)γ- and γγ-coin, residue energy loss and time of flight, σ for one-proton removal, level half-lives by line-shape analysis using GRETINA array for γ detection and the S800 spectrograph for particle identification at the NSCL-MSU facility. 70Fe; deduced levels, J, π, . Comparison with LNPS large-scale shell-model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.011301
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2019KA44      Phys.Lett. B 797, 134803 (2019)

D.Kahl, P.J.Woods, T.Poxon-Pearson, F.M.Nunes, B.A.Brown, H.Schatz, T.Baumann, D.Bazin, J.A.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.Elman, A.Estrade, A.Gade, A.Kankainen, C.Lederer-Woods, S.Lipschutz, B.Longfellow, S.-J.Lonsdale, E.Lunderberg, F.Montes, W.J.Ong, G.Perdikakis, J.Pereira, C.Sullivan, R.Taverner, D.Weisshaar, R.Zegers

Single-particle shell strengths near the doubly magic nucleus 56Ni and the 56Ni(p, γ)57Cu reaction rate in explosive astrophysical burning

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(56Ni, n), (56Ni, p), E=33.6 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 57Cu; deduced σ, spectroscopic factors, resonance parameters, astrophysical reaction rates.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2019.134803
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2019RI03      Phys.Rev. C 100, 044312 (2019); Erratum Phys.Rev. C 101, 059902 (2020)

L.A.Riley, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, P.D.Cottle, B.Elman, A.Gade, S.D.Gregory, E.B.Haldeman, K.W.Kemper, B.R.Klybor, M.A.Liggett, S.Lipschutz, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, T.Mijatovic, J.Pereira, L.M.Skiles, R.Titus, A.Volya, D.Weisshaar, J.C.Zamora, R.G.T.Zegers

Inverse-kinematics proton scattering from 42, 44S, 41, 43P, and the collapse of the N=28 major shell closure

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(42S, 42S'), E=62 MeV/nucleon; 1H(44S, 44S'), E=70 MeV/nucleon; 1H(41P, 41P'), E=58 MeV/nucleon; 1H(43P, 43P'), E=65 MeV/nucleon, [secondary 42,44S, 41,43P beams from 9Be(48Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon followed by separation using A1900 fragment separator at NSCL-MSU]; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin using S-800 high resolution magnetic spectrograph, and GRETINA array. 42,44S, 41,43P; deduced levels, J, π, scattering σ, deformation lengths and ratio of neutron-to-proton transition matrix elements for 42,44S. Optical model analysis. Comparison with shell-model calculations using SDPF-U and SDPF-MU interactions, and with previous experimental results. Systematics of deformation lengths in 36,38,40,42,44S. Systematics of ratios of neutron to proton transition matrix elements in 42,44,48,50Ca, 40,42,44,46Ar, 36,38,40,42,44,46S, 36,38Si.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.044312
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2019TI09      Phys.Rev. C 100, 045805 (2019)

R.Titus, E.M.Ney, R.G.T.Zegers, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, C.M.Campbell, B.Elman, J.Engel, A.Gade, B.Gao, E.Kwan, S.Lipschutz, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, T.Mijatovic, S.Noji, J.Pereira, J.Schmitt, C.Sullivan, D.Weisshaar, J.C.Zamora

Constraints for stellar electron-capture rates on 86Kr via the 86Kr(t, 3He+γ)86Br reaction and the implications for core-collapse supernovae

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 86Kr, 12C, 14N(t, 3He), E=115 MeV/nucleon, [tritons from 9Be(16O, X), E=150 MeV/nucleon primary reaction, and separated using A1900 fragment separator]; measured 3He spectra, Eγ, Iγ, γγ- and (3He)γ-coin, differential σ(θ) using S800 spectrograph for particles and GRETINA array for γ detection at the NSCL-MSU facility. Data from 12C 14N present as contaminants used for energy calibration. 86Br; deduced levels, L-transfers, Gamow-Teller strength distributions. 86Kr; calculated electron capture rates at T=10 GK using the deduced Gamow-Teller strength distributions. Comparison with shell-model and quasiparticle random-phase approximation (QRPA) calculations. Z=26-41, N=75-93; calculated electron capture rates for 78 nuclides near N=50 and Z=28 (see 2018Ti02) using quasiparticle random-phase approximation (QRPA), with Jπ assignments made for ground states of some nuclides using Gallagher-Moszkowski (GM) rule. Relevance to astrophysical simulations of core-collapse supernovae.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.045805
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2018AV01      Phys.Rev. C 97, 014313 (2018)

M.L.Avila, L.T.Baby, J.Belarge, N.Keeley, K.W.Kemper, E.Koshchiy, A.N.Kuchera, G.V.Rogachev, K.Rusek, D.Santiago-Gonzalez

Sub-Coulomb 3He transfer and its use to extract three-particle asymptotic normalization coefficients

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 6Li(13C, t)16O, E=7.72 MeV; measured triton spectra, σ(θ) using two ΔE-E counter telescopes at the tandem van de Graaff John D. Fox accelerator laboratory of Florida State University. 16O; deduced levels, J, π, spectroscopic factors and asymptotic normalization coefficients (ANCs) for 16O and 13C+3He overlaps, DWBA analysis of σ(θ) distributions for 0+, 3-, 2+ and 1- states in 16O.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.97.014313
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2018LO20      Phys.Rev.Lett. 121, 262501 (2018)

C.Loelius, N.Kobayashi, H.Iwasaki, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, R.Elder, B.Elman, A.Gade, M.Grinder, S.Heil, A.Hufnagel, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, M.Mathy, T.Otsuka, M.Petri, I.Syndikus, N.Tsunoda, D.Weisshaar, K.Whitmore

Enhanced Electric Dipole Strength for the Weakly Bound States in 27Ne

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9Be(29Na, 27Ne), E=90.5 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced energy levels, J, π, B(E1). Comparison with he shell-model calculations with the WBP-M and EEdf1 interactions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.262501
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2018LU02      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A885, 30 (2018)

E.Lunderberg, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.Bucher, D.Cline, B.Elman, A.Gade, S.N.Liddick, B.Longfellow, C.Prokop, D.Weisshaar, C.Y.Wu

JANUS - A setup for low-energy Coulomb excitation at ReA3

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(78Kr, 78Kr'), E=3.9 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 78Kr; deduced yields, E2 nuclear matrix elements that can result in B(E2) values. GOSIA analysis.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2017.12.057
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2018MI07      Phys.Rev.Lett. 121, 012501 (2018)

T.Mijatovic, N.Kobayashi, H.Iwasaki, D.Bazin, J.Belarge, P.C.Bender, B.A.Brown, A.Dewald, R.Elder, B.Elman, A.Gade, M.Grinder, T.Haylett, S.Heil, C.Loelius, B.Longfellow, E.Lunderberg, M.Mathy, K.Whitmore, D.Weisshaar

Lifetime Measurements and Triple Coexisting Band Structure in 43S

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Be(44Cl, p)43S, E=99 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 42S; deduced γ-ray energies, J, π, B(E2), B(M1), band structure. Comparison with theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.012501
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2017KO31      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A870, 1 (2017)

E.Koshchiy, J.C.Blackmon, G.V.Rogachev, I.Wiedenhover, L.Baby, P.Barber, D.W.Bardayan, J.Belarge, D.Caussyn, E.D.Johnson, K.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, L.E.Linhardt, K.T.Macon, M.Matos, B.S.Rasco, D.Santiago-Gonzalez

ANASEN: The array for nuclear astrophysics and structure with exotic nuclei

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 4He(6He, 6He), E=7-29 MeV; 4He(14N, p), E=35.6 MeV; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα; deduced σ(θ).

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2017.07.030
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2017KU27      Phys.Rev. C 96, 045812 (2017)

S.A.Kuvin, J.Belarge, L.T.Baby, J.Baker, I.Wiedenhover, P.Hoflich, A.Volya, J.C.Blackmon, C.M.Deibel, H.E.Gardiner, J.Lai, L.E.Linhardt, K.T.Macon, B.C.Rasco, N.Quails, K.Colbert, D.L.Gay, N.Keeley

Measurement of 17F (d, n) 18Ne and the impact on the 17F (p, γ) 18Ne reaction rate for astrophysics

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(17F, n)18Ne, E=95.5 MeV, [secondary 17F beam from 2H(16O, n) primary reaction using RESOLUT RIB facility at the accelerator Laboratory of Florida State University]; measured reaction products, time-of-flight, E(n), I(n), E(p), I(p), Eγ, γγ-, (particle)γ-, and (17F)p-coin using RESONEUT detector system. 18Ne; deduced center-of-mass resonance-energy spectrum from invariant-mass analysis, levels, proton resonances, J, π, σ, spectroscopic factors, Γp, configurations, asymptotic normalization coefficients (ANCs). Coupled reaction-channel (CRC) calculation. 17F(p, γ), T9=0.04-0.9; deduced direct-capture reaction rates for astrophysical hot CNO cycles in novas. Comparison with previous experimental results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.045812
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2016BE32      Phys.Rev.Lett. 117, 182701 (2016)

J.Belarge, S.A.Kuvin, L.T.Baby, J.Baker, I.Wiedenhover, P.Hoflich, A.Volya, J.C.Blackmon, C.M.Deibel, H.E.Gardiner, J.Lai, L.E.Linhardt, K.T.Macon, E.Need, B.C.Rasco, N.Quails, K.Colbert, D.L.Gay, N.Keeley

Experimental Investigation of the 19Ne(p, γ)20Na Reaction Rate and Implications for Breakout from the Hot CNO Cycle

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(19Ne, n), E=86 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip; deduced energy levels, J, π, properties of low-lying resonances, astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.182701
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2015AV01      Phys.Rev.Lett. 114, 071101 (2015)

M.L.Avila, G.V.Rogachev, E.Koshchiy, L.T.Baby, J.Belarge, K.W.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, A.M.Mukhamedzhanov, D.Santiago-Gonzalez, E.Uberseder

Constraining the 6.05 MeV 0+ and 6.13 MeV 3- Cascade Transitions in the 12C(α, γ)16O Reaction Using the Asymptotic Normalization Coefficients

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 6Li(12C, d), E=5, 7, 9 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ(θ), J, π, asymptotic normalization coefficients. Comparison with available data, DWBA calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.071101
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2015AV02      Phys.Rev. C 91, 048801 (2015)

M.L.Avila, G.V.Rogachev, E.Koshchiy, L.T.Baby, J.Belarge, K.W.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, D.Santiago-Gonzalez

New measurement of the α asymptotic normalization coefficient of the 1/2+ state in 17O at 6.356 MeV that dominates the 13C(α, n)16O reaction rate at temperatures relevant for the s process

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 6Li(13C, d)17O, E=8 MeV; measured deuteron spectra, σ(θ) using ΔE-E telescopes at FSU Tandem accelerator facility. 17O; deduced levels, squared Coulomb-modified asymptotic normalization coefficient (ANC) and spectroscopic factor Sα for 1/2+ state at 6.356 MeV. Relevance to astrophysical s process and reaction rate for the 13C(α, n)16O at T<100 MK.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.91.048801
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2014AV05      Phys.Rev. C 90, 042801 (2014)

M.L.Avila, G.V.Rogachev, E.Koshchiy, L.T.Baby, J.Belarge, K.W.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, D.Santiago-Gonzalez

α-cluster asymptotic normalization coefficients for nuclear astrophysics

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 6Li(16O, d)20Ne, E=12.75 MeV; measured deuteron spectra, ΔE-E plot, σ(θ) for 1- state at 5.79 MeV at FSU's Tandem accelerator facility. 20Ne; deduced levels, α width as a function of binding energy of 1- state at 5.79 MeV, asymptotic normalization coefficients (ANCs). DWBA analysis of σ(θ) data. Comparison with known α width. Relevance to astrophysically important reaction rates.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.90.042801
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