Investigation of the reaction 74Ge(p,gamma)75As using the in-beam method to improve reaction network predictions for p-nuclei

@article{Sauerwein2012InvestigationOT,
  title={Investigation of the reaction 74Ge(p,gamma)75As using the in-beam method to improve reaction network predictions for p-nuclei},
  author={Anne Sauerwein and Janis Endres and Lars Netterdon and Andreas Zilges and V. Foteinou and Georgios Provatas and T. Konstantinopoulos and Michail Axiotis and Stephen F. Ashley and S. Harissopulos and Thomas Rauscher},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={035802}
}
A measurement of 74Ge(p,gamma)75As at low proton energies, inside the astrophysically relevant energy region, is important in several respects. The reaction is directly important as it is a bottleneck in the reaction flow which produces the lightest p nucleus 74Se. It is also an important addition to the data set required to test reaction-rate predictions and to allow an improvement in the global p+nucleus optical potential required in such calculations. An in-beam experiment was performed… 
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