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2020RE04      Phys.Rev. C 101, 025803 (2020)

M.P.Reiter, S.Ayet San Andres, S.Nikas, J.Lippuner, C.Andreoiu, C.Babcock, B.R.Barquest, J.Bollig, T.Brunner, T.Dickel, J.Dilling, I.Dillmann, E.Dunling, G.Gwinner, L.Graham, C.Hornung, R.Klawitter, B.Kootte, A.A.Kwiatkowski, Y.Lan, D.Lascar, K.G.Leach, E.Leistenschneider, G.Martinez-Pinedo, J.E.McKay, S.F.Paul, W.R.Plass, L.Roberts, H.Schatz, C.Scheidenberger, A.Sieverding, R.Steinbrugge, R.Thompson, M.E.Wieser, C.Will, D.Welch

Mass measurements of neutron-rich gallium isotopes refine production of nuclei of the first r-process abundance peak in neutron-star merger calculations

ATOMIC MASSES 80,81,82,83,84,85Ga; measured time-of-flight spectra and mass excesses using the Ion Guide Laser Ion Source (IG-LIS) and Multiple-Reflection Time-of-Flight Mass-Spectrometer and isobar separator (MR-TOF-MS) at TRIUMF-TITAN facility; deduced solar r-process abundances for A=70-140. Comparison with AME-2016 values. Systematics of experimental and theoretical S(2n) values for Z=30-33, N=46-57 isotopes.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.025803
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2018LE03      Phys.Rev.Lett. 120, 062503 (2018)

E.Leistenschneider, M.P.Reiter, S.Ayet San Andres, B.Kootte, J.D.Holt, P.Navratil, C.Babcock, C.Barbieri, B.R.Barquest, J.Bergmann, J.Bollig, T.Brunner, E.Dunling, A.Finlay, H.Geissel, L.Graham, F.Greiner, H.Hergert, C.Hornung, C.Jesch, R.Klawitter, Y.Lan, D.Lascar, K.G.Leach, W.Lippert, J.E.McKay, S.F.Paul, A.Schwenk, D.Short, J.Simonis, V.Soma, R.Steinbrugge, S.R.Stroberg, R.Thompson, M.E.Wieser, C.Will, M.Yavor, C.Andreoiu, T.Dickel, I.Dillmann, G.Gwinner, W.R.Plass, C.Scheidenberger, A.A.Kwiatkowski, J.Dilling

Dawning of the N=32 Shell Closure Seen through Precision Mass Measurements of Neutron-Rich Titanium Isotopes

ATOMIC MASSES 51V, 51,52,53,54,55Ti, 52,53,54,55Cr; measured radio frequencies, TOF; deduced mass excesses. Comparison with the AME16 recommended values.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.062503
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2018RE11      Phys.Rev. C 98, 024310 (2018)

M.P.Reiter, S.Ayet San Andres, E.Dunling, B.Kootte, E.Leistenschneider, C.Andreoiu, C.Babcock, B.R.Barquest, J.Bollig, T.Brunner, I.Dillmann, A.Finlay, G.Gwinner, L.Graham, J.D.Holt, C.Hornung, C.Jesch, R.Klawitter, Y.Lan, D.Lascar, J.E.McKay, S.F.Paul, R.Steinbrugge, R.Thompson, J.L.Tracy, M.E.Wieser, C.Will, T.Dickel, W.R.Plass, C.Scheidenberger, A.A.Kwiatkowski, J.Dilling

Quenching of the N=32 neutron shell closure studied via precision mass measurements of neutron-rich vanadium isotopes

ATOMIC MASSES 52,53,54Cr, 51,52,53Ti, 51,52,53,54,55V; measured multiple-reflection time-of-flight mass-Spectrometer and isobar separator (MR-TOF-MS) spectra, time-of-flight ion-cyclotron-resonance (ToF-ICR) resonances, and mass excesses using TRIUMF Ion Trap for Atomic and Nuclear science (TITAN) penning trap; deduced shell gaps for N=26-35 vanadium and calcium isotopes. Comparison with values in AME-2016. Systematics of S(2n) and half-lives for Z=19-24, N=28-36 nuclides. Discussed the evolution of the N=32 neutron shell closure.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.024310
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