Study of the $${{^{25}}}$$Mg(d,p)$${{^{26}}}$$Mg reaction to constrain the $${{^{25}}}$$Al(p,$${\gamma }$$)$${{^{26}}}$$Si resonant reaction rates in nova burning conditions

@article{Hamill2020StudyOT,
  title={Study of the \$\$\{\{^\{25\}\}\}\$\$Mg(d,p)\$\$\{\{^\{26\}\}\}\$\$Mg reaction to constrain the \$\$\{\{^\{25\}\}\}\$\$Al(p,\$\$\{\gamma \}\$\$)\$\$\{\{^\{26\}\}\}\$\$Si resonant reaction rates in nova burning conditions},
  author={C. B. Hamill and P. J. Woods and D. Kahl and Richard Longland and J. P. Greene and Caleb Marshall and F. Portillo and Kiana Setoodehnia},
  journal={European Physical Journal A},
  year={2020},
  volume={56},
  pages={36}
}
The rate of the $$^{25}$$Al(p, $$\gamma $$)$$^{26}$$Si reaction is one of the few key remaining nuclear uncertainties required for predicting the production of the cosmic $$\gamma $$-ray emitter $$^{26}$$Al in explosive burning in novae. This reaction rate is dominated by three key resonances ($$J^{\pi }=0^{+}$$, $$1^{+}$$ and $$3^{+}$$) in $$^{26}$$Si. Only the $$3^{+}$$ resonance strength has been directly constrained by experiment. A high resolution measurement of the $$^{25}$$Mg(d, p… 
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