First direct measurement of the 17O(p,γ)18F reaction cross section at Gamow energies for classical novae.

@article{Scott2012FirstDM,
  title={First direct measurement of the 17O(p,$\gamma$)18F reaction cross section at Gamow energies for classical novae.},
  author={David Andrew Scott and Antonio Caciolli and A Di Leva and Alba Formicola and M Aliotta and Michael Anders and Daniel Bemmerer and Carlo Broggini and M Campeggio and Pietro Corvisiero and Zolt{\'a}n Elekes and Zs. F{\"u}l{\"o}p and G. P. Gervino and Alessandra Guglielmetti and C Gustavino and Gy. Gy{\"u}rky and Gianluca Imbriani and Markus Junker and Matthias Laubenstein and R. Menegazzo and Michele Marta and Enrico Napolitani and Paolo Prati and Valentino Rigato and Vincent Roca and E. Somorjai and C. Araya Salvo and Oscar Straniero and Frank Strieder and T. Sz{\"u}cs and Filippo Terrasi and Davide Trezzi},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 20},
  pages={
          202501
        }
}
Classical novae are important contributors to the abundances of key isotopes, such as the radioactive (18)F, whose observation by satellite missions could provide constraints on nucleosynthesis models in novae. The (17)O(p,γ)(18)F reaction plays a critical role in the synthesis of both oxygen and fluorine isotopes, but its reaction rate is not well determined because of the lack of experimental data at energies relevant to novae explosions. In this study, the reaction cross section has been… Expand
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