8Li + α decay of 12B and its possible astrophysical implications

@article{Soi20038Li,
  title={8Li + $\alpha$ decay of 12B and its possible astrophysical implications},
  author={N. Soi{\'c} and S. Cherubini and Marcello Lattuada and Dj. Miljani{\'c} and Stefano Romano and C. Spitaleri and Mile Zadro},
  journal={EPL},
  year={2003},
  volume={63},
  pages={524-530}
}
The 12B excitation energy spectrum has been obtained from coincidence measurements of the 9Be + 7Li → 2α + 8Li reaction at E0 = 52 MeV. The decay of the states at excitations between 10 and 16 Mev into α + 8Li has been observed for the first time. Observed α-decay indicates possible cluster structure of the 12B excited states. The influence of these states on the cross-section of the astrophysically important 8Li(α,n)11B and 9Be + t reactions is discussed and the results are compared with… 

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