Cross section measurements in the 12C+12C system

EPJ Web of Conferences. 2017;165:01015 DOI 10.1051/epjconf/201716501015

 

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Journal Title: EPJ Web of Conferences

ISSN: 2100-014X (Online)

Publisher: EDP Sciences

LCC Subject Category: Science: Physics

Country of publisher: France

Language of fulltext: English

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AUTHORS

Courtin S.
Jiang C.L.
Fruet G.
Heine M.
Jenkins D.G.
Adsley P.
Morris L.G.
Regan P.H.
Rudigier M.
Montanari D.
Della Negra S.
de Séréville N.
Haas F.
Hammache F.
Kirsebom O.S.
Lesrel J.
Meyer A.
Montanari D.
Auranen K.
Avila M.L.
Ayangeakaa A.D.
Back B.B.
Bottoni S.
Carpenter M.
Dickerson C.
DiGiovine B.
Greene J.P.
Henderson D.J.
Hoffman C.R.
Janssens R.V.F.
Kay B.P.
Kuvin S.A.
Lauritsen T.
Pardo R.C.
Rehm K.E.
Santiago-Gonzalez D.
Sethi J.
Seweryniak D.
Talwar R.
Ugalde C.
Zhu S.
Deibel C.M.
Marley S.T.
Bourgin D.
Stodel C.
Lefebvre-Schuhl A.
Almaraz-Calderon S.
Fang X.
Tang X.D.
Alcorta M.
Bucher B.
Albers M.
Bertone P.

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Abstract | Full Text

The 12C+12C fusion reaction is one of the most important for nuclear astrophysics since it determines the carbon ignition in stellar environments. Two experiments which make use of the gamma-particle coincidence technique to measure the 12C+12C S-factors at deep sub barrier energies are discussed. Results are presented showing a decrease of the S-factor below Ec.m. = 3 MeV.