NSR Query Results
Output year order : Descending NSR database version of May 19, 2024. Search: Author = J.Buete Found 6 matches. 2023JE01 Phys.Lett. B 837, 137641 (2023) D.Y.Jeung, D.J.Hinde, M.Dasgupta, C.Simenel, E.C.Simpson, K.J.Cook, H.M.Albers, J.Buete, I.P.Carter, Ch.E.Dullmann, J.Khuyagbaatar, B.Kindler, N.Lobanov, B.Lommel, C.Mokry, E.Prasad, J.Runke, C.Sengupta, J.F.Smith, P.Thorle-Pospiech, N.Trautmann, K.Vo-Phuoc, J.Walshe, E.Williams, A.Yakushev Sequential fission and the influence of ^{208}Pb closed shells on the dynamics of superheavy element synthesis reactions NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{238}U, ^{244}Pu, ^{248}Cm, ^{249}Cf(^{50}Ti, F), E ∼ 230 MeV; measured fission fragments. ^{208}Pb; deduced σ, binary quasifission mass spectra, sequential fission survival probabilities. The ANU Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility.
doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137641
2023SW01 Phys.Lett. B 837, 137655 (2023) B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, J.Buete, D.J.Hinde, M.Dasgupta, T.Tanaka, A.C.Berriman, D.Y.Jeung, K.Banerjee, L.T.Bezzina, I.P.Carter, K.J.Cook, C.Sengupta, C.Simenel, E.C.Simpson, M.A.Stoyer Multi-modal mass-asymmetric fission of ^{178}Pt from simultaneous mass-kinetic energy fitting NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{144}Sm(^{34}S, F), E=146 MeV; measured fission fragments. ^{178}Pt; deduced mass-angle distribution (MAD), the total kinetic energy (TKE) of the fission fragments, three fission modes: one mass-symmetric and two mass-asymmetric. The 14UD tandem accelerator at the Australian National University Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility.
doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137655
2022BE17 Phys.Rev. C 105, 064614 (2022) A.C.Berriman, D.J.Hinde, D.Y.Jeung, M.Dasgupta, H.Haba, T.Tanaka, K.Banerjee, T.Banerjee, L.T.Bezzina, J.Buete, K.J.Cook, S.Parker-Steele, C.Sengupta, C.Simenel, E.C.Simpson, M.A.Stoyer, B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, E.Williams Energy dependence of p + ^{232}Th fission mass distributions: Mass-asymmetric standard I and standard II modes, and multichance fission NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{232}Th(p, F), E=6.2-28MeV; measured reaction products, fission fragments; deduced fission fragment yields mass distribution. Studied the influence of the multichance fission on the shape of the mass distribution. Comparison to other experimental data and GEF calculations. CUBE spectrometer consisting of large MWPCs at 14UD tandem electrostatic accelerator of the Australian National University Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility. RADIOACTIVITY ^{248}Cm(SF); measured fission fragments; deduced fission fragment yields mass distribution.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.064614
2021CO11 Phys.Rev. C 104, 024620 (2021) K.J.Cook, A.Chevis, T.K.Eriksen, E.C.Simpson, T.Kibedi, L.T.Bezzina, A.C.Berriman, J.Buete, I.P.Carter, M.Dasgupta, D.J.Hinde, D.Y.Jeung, P.McGlynn, S.Parker-Steele, B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, T.Tanaka, W.Wojtaczka High-precision proton angular distribution measurements of ^{12}C (p, p') for the decay branching ratio of the Hoyle state NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{12}C(p, p'), E=10.20-10.70 MeV from 14UD electrostatic accelerator at HIAF-ANU facility; measured E(p), I(p), p(θ), differential σ(θ, E) for the first 2+ and second 0+ (Hoyle) state using the Breakup Array for Light Nuclei (BALiN) array of wedge shaped segmented double-sided silicon detectors (DSSDs), configured as two ΔE-E telescopes; deduced total σ(E) for the population of the first 2+ and second 0+ (Hoyle) state in ^{12}C, thick target yields. Discussed radiative width of the Hoyle state, and possible application of measured cross sections for investigating cluster structures in ^{13}N. Relevance to rate of carbon production in stars via radiative decay of the Hoyle state.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.024620
2020ER03 Phys.Rev. C 102, 024320 (2020) T.K.Eriksen, T.Kibedi, M.W.Reed, A.E.Stuchbery, K.J.Cook, A.Akber, B.Alshahrani, A.A.Avaa, K.Banerjee, A.C.Berriman, L.T.Bezzina, L.Bignell, J.Buete, I.P.Carter, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, M.Dasgupta, L.J.Evitts, A.B.Garnsworthy, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.J.Gray, D.J.Hinde, T.H.Hoang, S.S.Hota, E.Ideguchi, P.Jones, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick, A.J.Mitchell, N.Palalani, T.Palazzo, M.Ripper, E.C.Simpson, J.Smallcombe, B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, T.Tanaka, T.G.Tornyi, M.O.de Vries Improved precision on the experimental E0 decay branching ratio of the Hoyle state NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{12}C(p, p'), E=10.5 MeV; measured electron-positron pairs for E0 transition from the first excited 0+ Hoyle state, and for E2 transition from the first 2+ state, Eγ, (ce)(ce)- and (ce)γ-coin, γ(θ), E(p), I(p) using the superconducting solenoid Super-e pair spectrometer and Si(Li) detector array for electrons and positrons, HPGe detector for γ radiation, and ANU BALiN double sided silicon strip detector array for scattered protons at the 14 UD pelletron tandem accelerator of Australian National University; deduced E0 branching ratio Γ^{E0}_{π}/Γ, reduction in radiative width. Comparison with previous experimental measurements; calculated 3α reaction rate within the temperature range of helium burning red giant stars using the NACRE library value. Possible impact on astrophysical calculations.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.024320
2020SW02 Phys.Rev. C 102, 054611 (2020) B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, M.A.Stoyer, A.C.Berriman, D.J.Hinde, C.Simenel, J.Buete, T.Tanaka, K.Banerjee, L.T.Bezzina, I.P.Carter, K.J.Cook, M.Dasgupta, D.Y.Jeung, C.Sengupta, E.C.Simpson, K.Vo-Phuoc Mass-asymmetric fission of ^{205, 207, 209}Bi at energies close to the fission barrier using proton bombardment of ^{204, 206, 208}Pb NUCLEAR REACTIONS ^{204}Pb(p, X)^{205}Bi^{*}, E=18.99, 20.99, 22.98, 24.99, 28.00 MeV; ^{206}Pb(p, X)^{207}Bi^{*}, E=20.99, 22.98, 24.98, 28.00 MeV; ^{208}Pb(p, X)^{209}Bi^{*}, E=24.98, 28.00 MeV; measured fission fragments using the CUBE fission spectrometer, with two large area position sensitive multiwire proportional counters (MWPCs), angular distributions at the 14UD tandem accelerator at Australian National University; deduced fission yields, fission mass ratios, fission mass distributions, mass-angle distribution (MAD) as a function of mass ratio, light and heavy fragment peak values. Comparison to previous experimental data, and theoretical calculations using GEF2019/1.3.
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.054611
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