Experimental neutron capture data of 58Ni from the CERN n_TOF facility

@article{vZugec2014ExperimentalNC,
  title={Experimental neutron capture data of 58Ni from the CERN n\_TOF facility},
  author={nTOF collaboration P. vZugec and M. Barbagallo and N. Colonna and Damir Bosnar and Sebastian Altstadt and Janusz Andrzejewski and Laurent Audouin and V. B'ecares and F. Bevcv'avr and Fabio Belloni and Eric Berthoumieux and Jonathan Billowes and Vittorio Boccone and Markus Brugger and Marco Calviani and F. Calvi{\~n}o and Daniel Cano-Ott and C. Carrapicco and Fabio Cerutti and E. Chiaveri and Mary P. W. Chin and G. Cort'es and M. A. Cort'es-Giraldo and Maria Diakaki and C{\'e}sar Domingo-Pardo and Ignacio Durán and Natalia Dzysiuk and Christos Eleftheriadis and Arnaud Ferrari and K. Fraval and Srinivasan Ganesan and A. R. Garc'ia and Giuseppe Giubrone and M. B. G'omez-Hornillos and I. F. Gonccalves and E. Gonz'alez-Romero and Erich Griesmayer and C. Guerrero and F. Gunsing and P. Gurusamy and David G. Jenkins and Erwin Jericha and Yacine Kadi and Franz Kappeler and Darren Karadimos and Paul E. Koehler and Michael Kokkoris and M. Krtivcka and Jeri Kroll and Christoph Langer and Claudia Lederer and H. Leeb and Lou Sai Leong and Roberto Losito and Athanasios Manousos and Justyna Marganiec and Trinitario Martinez and Cristian Massimi and Pierfrancesco Mastinu and Mario Mastromarco and Moinul Haque Meaze and Emilio Mendoza and Alberto Mengoni and Paolo Milazzo and Federica Mingrone and Mihail Mirea and W. Mondalaers and Carlos Paradela and A. Pavl{\'i}k and J. Perkowski and Marco Pignatari and Arjan J. M. Plompen and Javier Praena and Jose Manuel Villalba Quesada and Thomas Rauscher and Rene Reifarth and Albert Riego and F. Roman and Carlo Rubbia and Ra{\'u}l Sarmento and Peter Schillebeeckx and Sebastian Schmidt and G. Tagliente and J. L. Taı́n and D. Tarr'io and L. Tassan-got and A. Tsinganis and S. Valenta and Gianni Vannini and V Variale and Pedro Vaz and Alberto Ventura and Roberto Versaci and M.J. Vermeulen and V. Vlachoudis and R. Vlastou and Anton Wallner and T. C. Ware and M. Weigand and C. Wei{\ss} and T. Wright},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={014605}
}
The 58Ni(n,γ ) cross section has been measured at the neutron time of flight facility n_TOF at CERN, in the energy range from 27 meV up to 400 keV. In total, 51 resonances have been analyzed up to 122 keV. Maxwellian averaged cross sections (MACS) have been calculated for stellar temperatures of kT = 5–100 keV with uncertainties of less than 6%, showing fair agreement with recent experimental and evaluated data up to kT = 50 keV. The MACS extracted in the present work at 30 keV is 34.2 ± 0… 
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