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2024PA09      Phys.Rev. C 109, 015802 (2024)

S.N.Paneru, C.R.Brune, D.Connolly, D.Odell, M.Poudel, D.R.Phillips, J.Karpesky, B.Davids, C.Ruiz, A.Lennarz, U.Greife, M.Alcorta, R.Giri, M.Lovely, M.Bowry, M.Delgado, N.E.Esker, A.B.Garnsworthy, C.Seeman, P.Machule, J.Fallis, A.A.Chen, F.Laddaran, A.Firmino, C.Weinerman

Elastic scattering of 3He+4He with the SONIK scattering chamber

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.109.015802
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2023DR01      Phys.Rev. C 107, 034306 (2023)

N.Dronchi, D.Weisshaar, B.A.Brown, A.Gade, R.J.Charity, L.G.Sobotka, K.W.Brown, W.Reviol, D.Bazin, P.J.Farris, A.M.Hill, J.Li, B.Longfellow, D.Rhodes, S.N.Paneru, S.A.Gillespie, A.Anthony, E.Rubino, S.Biswas

Measurement of the B(E2 ↑) strengths of 36Ca and 38Ca

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 197Au(36Ca, 36Ca), E=76.9 MeV/nucleon; 197Au(38Ca, 38Ca), E=69.1 MeV/nucleon; 197Au(34Ar, 34Ar), E not given; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced σ and B(E2) for the excitation of the first 2+ (34Ar was present as contamination). 36Ca; deduced proton decay branching ratio for 2 state proton unbound state, spectroscopic factors, charge radii difference with mirror nuclei 36S. 35K(p, γ), T=0.5-2 GK; deduced reaction rate using obtained in this paper values for the 36Ca B(E2) and proton branching ratio. GRETINA HPGe array and the S800 spectrograph used to measure the γ-decay following Coulomb excitation. CAESAR CsI(Na) array and the S800 spectrograph used to measure the p/γ- branching ratio in 36Ca. Systematics of first 2+ states energy and B(E2) for Ca isotopes. Beam produced from fragmentation reaction 9Be(40Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon at Coupled Cyclotron Facility (NSCL).

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50Ca, 36S, 38Ar; calculated energy of first 2+ state, B(E2) for the excitation of first 2+ state. Shell model calculations with ZBM2, USDB, spdfu-mix and GXPF1A interactions. Comparison to experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.034306
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2022AY04      Phys.Rev.Lett. 129, 012501 (2022)

Y.Ayyad, W.Mittig, T.Tang, B.Olaizola, G.Potel, N.Rijal, N.Watwood, H.Alvarez-Pol, D.Bazin, M.Caamano, J.Chen, M.Cortesi, B.Fernandez-DomInguez, S.Giraud, P.Gueye, S.Heinitz, R.Jain, B.P.Kay, E.A.Maugeri, B.Monteagudo, F.Ndayisabye, S.N.Paneru, J.Pereira, E.Rubino, C.Santamaria, D.Schumann, J.Surbrook, L.Wagner, J.C.Zamora, V.Zelevinsky

Evidence of a Near-Threshold Resonance in 11B Relevant to the β-Delayed Proton Emission of 11Be

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(10Be, X)11B, E=350 keV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Ep, Ip, Eα, Iα. 11B; deduced σ(θ), resonance parameters. R-matrix analysis. The ReA3 reaccelerator facility of the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.012501
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2022PS02      Phys.Rev.Lett. 129, 162701 (2022)

A.Psaltis, A.A.Chen, R.Longland, D.S.Connolly, C.R.Brune, B.Davids, J.Fallis, R.Giri, U.Greife, D.A.Hutcheon, L.Kroll, A.Lennarz, J.Liang, M.Lovely, M.Luo, C.Marshall, S.N.Paneru, A.Parikh, C.Ruiz, A.C.Shotter, M.Williams

Direct Measurement of Resonances in 7Be(α, γ)11C Relevant to νp-Process Nucleosynthesis

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 4He(7Be, γ)11C, E not given; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced resonance energies and strengths, thermonuclear reaction rates. Comparison with available data. DRAGON recoil separator, TRIUMF.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.162701
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2022PS03      Phys.Rev. C 106, 045805 (2022)

A.Psaltis, A.A.Chen, R.Longland, D.S.Connolly, C.R.Brune, B.Davids, J.Fallis, R.Giri, U.Greife, D.A.Hutcheon, L.Kroll, A.Lennarz, J.Liang, M.Lovely, M.Luo, C.Marshall, S.N.Paneru, A.Parikh, C.Ruiz, A.C.Shotter, M.Williams

First inverse kinematics measurement of resonances in 7Be(α, γ)11C relevant to neutrino-driven wind nucleosynthesis using DRAGON

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 4He(7Be, γ), E=351-464 keV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, γ-sum, (particle)γ-coin; deduced 1110-, 1115- and 876-keV resonances strength, thermonuclear reaction rate (T=0.1-10 GK), astrophysical S-factor. Discussed the impact of newly determined rates on studies of nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven winds. Helium-filled windowless gas target surrounded by γ-ray array of 30 BGO scintillator crystals at DRAGON recoil separator (TRIUMF).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.106.045805
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2022VA04      Phys.Rev. C 105, 055802 (2022)

B.Vande Kolk, K.T.Macon, R.J.deBoer, T.Anderson, A.Boeltzig, K.Brandenburg, C.R.Brune, Y.Chen, A.M.Clark, T.Danley, B.Frentz, R.Giri, J.Gorres, M.Hall, S.L.Henderson, E.Holmbeck, K.B.Howard, D.Jacobs, J.Lai, Q.Liu, J.Long, K.Manukyan, T.Massey, M.Moran, L.Morales, D.Odell, P.O'Malley, S.N.Paneru, A.Richard, D.Schneider, M.Skulski, N.Sensharma, C.Seymour, G.Seymour, D.Soltesz, S.Strauss, A.Voinov, L.Wustrich, M.Wiescher

Investigation of the 10B (p, α)7Be reaction from 0.8 to 2.0 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 10B(p, α), (p, p), E=0.8-2.0 MeV; measured Eα, Iα, Ep, Ip; deduced σ(θ), σ(E) S-factor, resonance parameters of 10B+p system - energy, spin, partial (p0, α0, α1) and total width. 10B(p, γ), E=0 .1-2.0 MeV; deduced σ(θ). 11C; deduced levels, J, π. R-matrix analysis. Measurements were made at the University of Notre Dame (UND) Nuclear Science Laboratory (NSL) using a degrader foil method, while those at the Edwards AcceleratorLaboratory at Ohio University (OU) were performed using the time-of-flight (ToF)technique. Comparison with other experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.105.055802
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2021LO09      Phys.Rev. C 103, 055801 (2021)

M.Lovely, A.Lennarz, D.Connolly, M.Williams, M.Alcorta, A.A.Chen, B.Davids, N.E.Esker, C.Fry, S.A.Gillespie, R.Giri, U.Greife, A.Hussein, D.Hutcheon, J.Karpesky, L.Kroll, J.Liang, P.D.O'Malley, S.Paneru, A.Psaltis, C.Ruiz, A.C.Shotter, for the DRAGON Collaboration

Proton capture on 34S in the astrophysical energy regime of O-Ne novae

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(34S, γ)35Cl, E=518.6 keV/nucleon from the ISAC facility of TRIUMF; measured recoils, Eγ, Iγ, TOF using DRAGON separator having four components, windowless gas target, BGO array for γ rays, two stage electromagnetic separator, and heavy ion detector system of double-sided silicon strip detector (DSSSD) and an ionization chamber (IC) for recoils. 35Cl; deduced energies of resonances, resonance strengths, astrophysical reaction rates. Comparison with previous experimental results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.103.055801
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2021PS01      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A987, 164828 (2021)

A.Psaltis, A.A.Chen, D.S.Connolly, B.Davids, G.Gilardy, R.Giri, U.Greife, W.Huang, D.A.Hutcheon, J.Karpesky, A.Lennarz, J.Liang, M.Lovely, S.N.Paneru, C.Ruiz, G.Tenkila, M.Williams

Beyond the acceptance limit of DRAGON: The case of the 6Li(α, γ)10B reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 6Li(α, γ), E=3.6 MeV; measured reaction products, TOF, Eγ, Iγ; deduced Q-value, resonance parameters. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2020.164828
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2021VO11      Phys.Rev. C 104, 015805 (2021)

A.V.Voinov, K.Brandenburg, C.R.Brune, R.Giri, S.M.Grimes, T.Massey, Z.Meisel, S.N.Paneru, A.L.Richard, G.Perdikakis, A.Falduto

Reduction of the neutron imaginary potential off the stability line and its possible impact on neutron capture rates

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 48Ca(11B, X)59Mn*, E=21.8 MeV; measured E(n), I(n), E(p), I(p), Eα, Iα emitted by the compound nucleus 59Mn using ΔE-E Si detector telescope at the Edwards Accelerator Laboratory; analyzed optical model potentials (OMP) with their original parametrizations as well as with adjusted isovector imaginary components using EMPIRE code and BSFG Egidy level-density parametrization; deduced importance of inclusion of isovector component of the imaginary potential; discussed consequences for astrophysical reaction-rate calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.015805
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2020GA12      Phys.Rev. C 101, 055805 (2020)

P.Gastis, G.Perdikakis, J.Dissanayake, P.Tsintari, I.Sultana, C.R.Brune, T.N.Massey, Z.Meisel, A.V.Voinov, K.Brandenburg, T.Danley, R.Giri, Y.Jones-Alberty, S.Paneru, D.Soltesz, S.Subedi

Constraining the destruction rate of 40K in stellar nucleosynthesis through the study of the 40Ar(p, n)40K reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 40Ar(p, n)40K, E(cm)=3.3-3.9 MeV; measured In, Eγ, Iγ, and differential σ(θ, E) using neutron time-of-flight technique with plastic scintillators for neutron detection and LaBr3 scintillator for γ detection at the Edwards Accelerator Laboratory of Ohio University; deduced total σ(E), and partial σ(E) populating discrete states. 40K(n, p), E(cm)=3.3-3.9 MeV; deduced thermonuclear reaction rates for the forward and reverse reactions. Comparison with Hauser-Feshbach calculations using the statistical model code TALYS, and with theoretical rates in the REACLIB library. Relevance to yield of 40K in nucleosynthesis, and impact on galactic chemical evolution models for the study of properties of exoplanets.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.055805
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2020VO12      Phys.Rev. C 102, 064005 (2020)

A.V.Voinov, S.Akhtar, N.Alanazi, K.Brandenburg, C.R.Brune, T.W.Danley, S.Dhakal, R.Giri, T.N.Massey, S.N.Paneru, C.E.Parker, A.L.Richard, C.J.Forrest, D.Schneider, G.Grim

Cross section of neutrons from the 2H(n, 2n) reaction at En = 15 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 16O(n, n), 2H(n, 2n), E=15 MeV; measured reaction products, En, In; deduced cross sections using H2O and D2O targets and NE213 liquid scintillator at the Swinger neutron facility of Edwards Accelerator Laboratory. Comparison with models based on phase-space approximation used in the ENDF/B-VIII.0 data library and in the MCNP neutron transport code, and using the rigorous model based on Faddeev equations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.064005
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2019PA21      Phys.Rev. C 99, 045807 (2019)

S.N.Paneru, C.R.Brune, R.Giri, R.J.Livesay, U.Greife, J.C.Blackmon, D.W.Bardayan, K.A.Chipps, B.Davids, D.S.Connolly, K.Y.Chae, A.E.Champagne, C.Deibel, K.L.Jones, M.S.Johnson, R.L.Kozub, Z.Ma, C.D.Nesaraja, S.D.Pain, F.Sarazin, J.F.Shriner, D.W.Stracener, M.S.Smith, J.S.Thomas, D.W.Visser, C.Wrede

s-wave scattering lengths for the 7Be + p system from an R-matrix analysis

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(7Be, 7Be), (7Be, 7Be'), E=4-27 MeV; 12C(7Be, 7Be), E=7, 14 meV; measured scattered ions, differential σ(θ) using (CH2)n target and segmented Silicon Detector Array (SIDAR) for scattered ion detection at ORNL-HRIBF; deduced s-wave scattering lengths, R-matrix analysis of elastic and inelastic scattering data; analyzed cross-section data from Louvain-la-Neuve reported in 2003An06 reference. Comparison with previous experimental values, and optical model calculations. Relevance to astrophysical S factor for 7Be(p, γ) reaction. 8B; verified levels at 1.9, 2.21 and 9.0 MeV.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.045807
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2019VO05      Phys.Rev. C 99, 054609 (2019)

A.V.Voinov, T.Renstrom, D.L.Bleuel, S.M.Grimes, M.Guttormsen, A.C.Larsen, S.N.Liddick, G.Perdikakis, A.Spyrou, S.Akhtar, N.Alanazi, K.Brandenburg, C.R.Brune, T.W.Danley, S.Dhakal, P.Gastis, R.Giri, T.N.Massey, Z.Meisel, S.Nikas, S.N.Paneru, C.E.Parker, A.L.Richard

Level densities of 74, 76Ge from compound nuclear reactions

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 68,70Zn(7Li, p), E=16 MeV; measured evaporated proton spectra from 2-25 MeV, σ, yields using silicon ΔE-E telescope at the Edwards tandem accelerator laboratory, Athens, Ohio. 74,76Ge; deduced nuclear level densities. Comparison with theoretical calculations using coupled-channel model of the EMPIRE code, GCM-RIPL-global, and BSFG-RIPL-global density models.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.99.054609
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