Odd p isotope In-113: Measurement of alpha-induced reactions

@article{Yalccin2009OddPI,
  title={Odd p isotope In-113: Measurement of alpha-induced reactions},
  author={C. Yalccin and R. T. Guray and N. Ozkan and Songul Kutlu and Gy. Gyurky and J{\'a}nos Farkas and G{\'a}bor Gyula Kiss and Zs. Fulop and A. Simon and E. Somorjai and Thomas Rauscher},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2009},
  volume={79},
  pages={065801}
}
One of the few p nuclei with an odd number of protons is {sup 113}In. Reaction cross sections of {sup 113}In({alpha},{gamma}){sup 117}Sb and {sup 113}In({alpha},n){sup 116}Sb have been measured with the activation method at center-of-mass energies between 8.66 and 13.64 MeV, close to the astrophysically relevant energy range. The experiments were carried out at the cyclotron accelerator of ATOMKI. The activities were determined by off-line detection of the decay {gamma} rays with a HPGe… 
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