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2024TR01      Phys.Rev. C 109, 044320 (2024)

V.Tripathi, S.Bhattacharya, E.Rubino, C.Benetti, J.F.Perello, S.L.Tabor, S.N.Liddick, P.C.Bender, M.P.Carpenter, J.J.Carroll, A.Chester, C.J.Chiara, K.Childers, B.R.Clark, B.P.Crider, J.T.Harke, R.Jain, B.Longfellow, S.Luitel, M.Mogannam, T.H.Ogunbeku, A.L.Richard, S.Saha, N.Shimizu, O.A.Shehu, Y.Utsuno, R.Unz, Y.Xiao, S.Yoshida, Y.Zhu

Low spin spectroscopy of neutron-rich 43, 44, 45Cl via β- and βn decay

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.109.044320
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2023BH05      Phys.Rev. C 108, 024312 (2023)

S.Bhattacharya, V.Tripathi, S.L.Tabor, A.Volya, P.C.Bender, C.Benetti, M.P.Carpenter, J.J.Carroll, A.Chester, C.J.Chiara, K.Childers, B.R.Clark, B.P.Crider, J.T.Harke, R.Jain, S.N.Liddick, R.S.Lubna, S.Luitel, B.Longfellow, M.J.Mogannam, T.H.Ogunbeku, J.Perello, A.L.Richard, E.Rubino, S.Saha, O.A.Shehu, R.Unz, Y.Xiao, Y.Zhu

β- decay of neutron-rich 45Cl located at the magic number N=28

RADIOACTIVITY 45Cl(β-), (β-n)[from Be(48Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon]; measured Eγ, Iγ, Eβ, Iβ, βγ-coin; deduced T1/2, Q values, β-feedings, branchings; calculated logft. 44,45Ar; deduced levels, J, π. Comparison to shell-model calculations with FSU interaction. Systematics of the first excited 2+ state energy for the even-A Ar isotopes (from N= 20 to 30). Beta Counting System (BCS) equipped with a 986 υm thick pixelated (40 strips x 40 strips) DSSD detector, followed by SSCD and surrounded by 16 Clover detectors at NSCL.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 43,44,45Ar; calculated levels, J, π, B(M1), B(E2), proton and neutron occupation numbers. Shell-model calculations with FSU interaction. Comparison to experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.024312
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2022LO08      Phys.Rev.Lett. 129, 012502 (2022)

E.Lopez-Saavedra, S.Almaraz-Calderon, B.W.Asher, L.T.Baby, N.Gerken, K.Hanselman, K.W.Kemper, A.N.Kuchera, A.B.Morelock, J.F.Perello, E.S.Temanson, A.Volya, I.Wiedenhover

Observation of a Near-Threshold Proton Resonance in 11B

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(10Be, n)11B, E=39 MeV; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip, Eα, Iα; deduced near-threshold proton resonance, spectroscopic factor, angular momentum transfer. Comparison with available data. Distorted wave Born approximation calculations. The Tandem-Linac accelerator, the John D. Fox accelerator laboratory of Florida State University.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.012502
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2022PE02      Phys.Rev. C 105, 035805 (2022)

J.F.Perello, S.Almaraz-Calderon, B.W.Asher, L.T.Baby, C.Benetti, K.W.Kemper, E.Lopez-Saavedra, G.W.McCann, A.B.Morelock, V.Tripathi, I.Wiedenhover, B.Sudarsan

Low-lying resonances in 26Si relevant for the determination of the astrophysical 25Al(p, γ)26Si reaction rate

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 24Mg(3He, n), E=10 MeV; measured ToF, En, In, Eγ, Iγ, nγ-coin. 26Si; deduced levels, J, π, partial decay widths. 25Al(p, γ), T=0.01-1 GK; deduced proton capture rate using newly observed states in 26Si, contribution of individual resonances to the total reaction rate. Comparison to reaction rate values from JINA REACLIB database. CATRiNA neutron detector array (16 deuterated liquid scintillators) combined with 3 HPGe clover detectors.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.035805
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2022TR03      Phys.Rev. C 106, 064314 (2022)

V.Tripathi, S.Bhattacharya, E.Rubino, C.Benetti, J.F.Perello, S.L.Tabor, S.N.Liddick, P.C.Bender, M.P.Carpenter, J.J.Carroll, A.Chester, C.J.Chiara, K.Childers, B.R.Clark, B.P.Crider, J.T.Harke, B.Longfellow, R.S.Lubna, S.Luitel, T.H.Ogunbeku, A.L.Richard, S.Saha, N.Shimizu, O.A.Shehu, Y.Utsuno, R.Unz, Y.Xiao, S.Yoshida, Y.Zhu

β- decay of exotic P and S isotopes with neutron number near 28

RADIOACTIVITY 42,43,44P, 44,46S(β-), (β-n) [from Be(48Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon)]; 41S(β-) [from 42P(β-n]; measured Iβ, Eγ, Iγ, βγ-coin, (implant)γ-coin; deduced T1/2, logft, delayed neutron emission probabilities. 42P; deduced J, π of the ground state. 42,41S, 41Cl; deduced levels, J, π, transition intensities. The half-lives were extracted from the fitting of decay curves. Comparison to calculations performed with shell-model using SDPFSDG-MU interaction. Beta Counting System (BCS) - 40x40 DSSD as the implant and β detector, surrounded by a γ-array of 16 Clover detectors in close geometry (NSCL).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.064314
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2021AS05      Phys.Rev. C 103, 044615 (2021)

B.W.Asher, S.Almaraz-Calderon, V.Tripathi, K.W.Kemper, L.T.Baby, N.Gerken, E.Lopez-Saavedra, A.B.Morelock, J.F.Perello, I.Wiedenhover, N.Keeley

Experimental study of the 17F + 12C fusion reaction and its implications for fusion of proton-halo systems

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(17F, X), E=69.1 MeV, [secondary 17F beam from 2H(16O, 17F), E=91.5 MeV primary reaction at the tandem Van de Graaff generator and LINAC accelerator of Florida State University (FSU)]; 12C(16O, X), E=58.1 MeV; 12C(19F, X), E=65 MeV; measured reaction products, total fusion σ using the Encore active-target detector, a multisampling ionization chamber recently developed at FSU; deduced no significant effect of the weak binding and the halo nature of the excited state in 17F on the total fusion cross sections. Comparison with previous experimental cross sections, and with coupled-channel calculations using FRESCO code.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.103.044615
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2021AS09      Eur.Phys.J. A 57, 272 (2021)

B.W.Asher, S.Almaraz-Calderon, K.W.Kemper, L.T.Baby, E.Lopez-Saavedra, A.B.Morelock, J.F.Perello, V.Tripathi, N.Keeley

Resolution of a long-standing discrepancy in the 17O + 12C fusion excitation function

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(17O, X), E(cm) = 14.3-20.5 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced total fusion σ and uncertainties, issues with the discrepant data.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-021-00584-8
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2021GE09      Phys.Rev. C 104, 065807 (2021)

N.Gerken, S.Almaraz-Calderon, B.W.Asher, E.Lopez-Saveedra, L.T.Baby, K.W.Kemper, A.Morelock, J.F.Perello, A.Volya, I.Wiedenhover

Experimental study of the 24Nam(d, p)25Na reaction and implications for the influence of the 24Alm isomer on rp-process nucleosynthesis

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(24Na, p)25Na, E=85.5 MeV, [secondary 24mNa with 90% content and 24Na with 10% from 2H(23Na, p)24,24mNa, E=113 MeV at the John D. Fox Accelerator Laboratory of Florida State University]; measured reaction products, ionization chamber spectrum, production σ and compared with DWBA calculations, E(p), I(p), σ(θ) and compared with DWBA calculations. 25Na; deduced levels, J, π, L-transfers, spectroscopic factors and compared with USDB shell-model calculations. 25Na, 25Si; compiled experimental levels, J, π, and compared with USDB shell-model calculations for A=25 system. 24,24mAl(p, γ)25Si, T=0.01-10 GK; deduced astrophysical reaction rates; evaluated contribution of the 1+ isomeric state in 24Al to the 24Al(p, γ)25Si reaction rate, and compared with rates in REACLIB. Relevance to destruction of 24Al via proton captures in its isomeric state in rp-process nucleosynthesis.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.065807
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