A new 12C + 12C nuclear reaction rate: Impact on stellar evolution

@article{Monpribat2021AN1,
  title={A new 12C + 12C nuclear reaction rate: Impact on stellar evolution},
  author={E. Monpribat and S{\'e}bastien Martinet and S. Courtin and M. Heine and S Ekstrom and D. G. Jenkins and Arthur Choplin and Philip Adsley and D. Curien and Mohamad Moukaddam and Jesse B. Nippert and Sophie Tsiatsiou and Georges Meynet},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. By changing the internal composition of stars, nuclear reactions play a key role in their evolution and spur their contribution to the chemical evolution of galaxies. The STELLA collaboration recently carried out new direct measurements of the 12 C + 12 C fusion cross section – one of the key reactions occurring in C-burning regions in massive stars. Using a coincidence technique, accurate measurements were obtained for many di ff erent energies, with the lowest energy explored… 

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