Cross section measurements of alpha-induced reactions on (92,94)Mo and (112)Sn for p-process studies

@article{Rapp2008CrossSM,
  title={Cross section measurements of alpha-induced reactions on (92,94)Mo and (112)Sn for p-process studies},
  author={W. Rapp and Iris Dillmann and Franz Kappeler and Ulrich Giesen and H. Klein and Thomas Rauscher and Dietmar Hentschel and S. Hilpp},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2008}
}
The $^{92}$Mo($\alpha,n$)$^{95}$Ru, $^{94}$Mo($\alpha,n$)$^{97}$Ru, and $^{112}$Sn($\alpha,\gamma$)$^{116}$Te cross sections were measured at the upper end of the $p$-process Gamow window between 8.2 MeV and 11.1 MeV. Our results are slightly lower than global Hauser-Feshbach calculations from the code NON-SMOKER, but still within the uncertainty of the prediction. The $^{112}$Sn($\alpha,\gamma$)$^{116}$Te cross section agrees well with a recently measured thick-target cross section in the same… 
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