Improved Direct Measurement of the 64.5 keV Resonance Strength in the ^{17}O(p,α)^{14}N Reaction at LUNA.

@article{Bruno2016ImprovedDM,
  title={Improved Direct Measurement of the 64.5 keV Resonance Strength in the ^\{17\}O(p,$\alpha$)^\{14\}N Reaction at LUNA.},
  author={Carlo G. Bruno and Douglas Scott and M Aliotta and Alba Formicola and A. Best and A. Boeltzig and Daniel Bemmerer and Carlo Broggini and Antonio Caciolli and Francesca Cavanna and G. F. Ciani and Pietro Corvisiero and T. Davinson and R. Depalo and A Di Leva and Zolt{\'a}n Elekes and F Ferraro 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 R. Menegazzo and Viviana Mossa and Felice Pantaleo and D. Piatti and Paolo Prati and E. Somorjai and Oscar Straniero and Frank Strieder and T. Sz{\"u}cs and M. P. Tak{\'a}cs and Davide Trezzi},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={117 14},
  pages={
          142502
        }
}
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