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12C+12C fusion reactions near the Gamow energy.
The fusion reactions 12C(12C,alpha)20Ne and 12C(12C,p)23Na have been studied from E=2.10 to 4.75 MeV by gamma-ray spectroscopy using a C target with ultralow hydrogen contamination. The deducedExpand
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The astrophysical S factor of 12C(α,γ)16O at stellar energy
Abstract Stellar models show an exceptional sensitivity on the cross section of 12C( α , γ )16O and a precision of about 10% is required to provide adequate constraints on stellar evolution. AExpand
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S-factor of 14N(p,γ)15O at astrophysical energies⋆
Abstract.The astrophysical S(E) factor of 14N(p,γ)15O has been measured for effective center-of-mass energies between Eeff = 119 and 367 keV at the LUNA facility using TiN solid targets and GeExpand
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Bare-nucleus astrophysical factor of the He-3 (d, p) He-4 reaction via the 'Trojan horse' method
The $^{3}\mathrm{He}$($d,p$)$^{4}\mathrm{He}$ reaction has been studied from ${E}_{c.m.}=600$ keV down to astrophysical energies by means of the ``Trojan horse'' method using theExpand
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Enhanced electron screening in d (d, p)t for deuterated Ta*
Abstract:The recent observation of a large electron screening effect in the d(d, p)t reaction using a deuterated Ta target has been confirmed using somewhat different experimental approaches: Ue =Expand
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Electron screening in 7Li(p,α)α and 6Li(p,α)3He for different environments
Abstract The electron screening in the 7Li ( p , α ) α reaction has been studied at E p = 30 to 100 keV for different environments: Li2WO4 insulator, Li metal, and PdLi alloys. For the insulator aExpand
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Measurement of the cross section of 12C(α, γ)16O using the recoil mass separator ERNA
The reaction 12 C( α , γ ) 16 O plays a key role in determining the C/O ratio in the stellar core at the end of helium burning, which in turn influences the further evolution and nucleosynthesis. TheExpand
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First hints on a change of the 22Na βdecay half-life in the metal Pd
Abstract.For the β+-decay of 22Na in the metallic environment Pd cooled to T = 12 K the 22Na half-life was observed to be shorter by 1.2±0.2%. The result is consistent with --but lower than-- theExpand
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The 198Au βhalf-life in the metal Au⋆
Abstract.For the β--decay of 198Au in a Au metallic environment the half-life was observed to be longer by 0.4±0.7% at room temperature (T = 293K) and by 4.0±0.7% when the metal was cooled to T =Expand
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First hint on a change of the 210Po alpha-decay half-life in the metal Cu
Abstract.In the metal Cu cooled to T = 12K the α-decay half-life of 210Po nuclides, located inside the metal, was measured to be shorter by 6.3±1.4% compared to that at room temperature.
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