A measurement of the C-12(N-14, alpha Ne-20)H-2 and C-12(N-14,p(23)Na)H-2 reactions has been performed at a N-14 beam energy of 30.0 MeV. The experiment aims to explore the extent to which contributing Mg-24 excited states can be populated in the quasi-free reaction off the deuteron in N-14. In particular, the Mg-24 excitation region explored in the measurement plays a key role in stellar carbon burning whose cross section is commonly determined by extrapolating high-energy fusion data. From preliminary results, a and proton channels are clearly identified. In particular, ground and first excited states of Ne-20 and Na-23 play a major role.

The 12C(12C,α)20Ne and 12C(12C,p)23Na reactions at the Gamow peak via the Trojan Horse Method

Spitaleri, C.;Cherubini, S.;Guardo, L.;Gulino, M.;LAMIA, LIVIO;Rapisarda, G. G.;Sergi, M. L.;Spartá, R.;ROMANO, Stefano
2016

Abstract

A measurement of the C-12(N-14, alpha Ne-20)H-2 and C-12(N-14,p(23)Na)H-2 reactions has been performed at a N-14 beam energy of 30.0 MeV. The experiment aims to explore the extent to which contributing Mg-24 excited states can be populated in the quasi-free reaction off the deuteron in N-14. In particular, the Mg-24 excitation region explored in the measurement plays a key role in stellar carbon burning whose cross section is commonly determined by extrapolating high-energy fusion data. From preliminary results, a and proton channels are clearly identified. In particular, ground and first excited states of Ne-20 and Na-23 play a major role.
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C-12(C-12,BE-8(G.S.))O-16 REACTION, C-12, RESONANCES, STATES.
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