Difficulties in cross-section measurements at very low energies, when charged particles are involved, led to the development of some indirect methods. The Trojan horse method (THM) allows us to bypass the Coulomb effects and has been successfully applied to several reactions of astrophysical interest. A brief review of the THM applications is reported together with some of the most recent results. RI Gyurky, Gyorgy/F-1078-2010; Fulop, Zsolt/B-2262-2008; Carlin Filho, Nelson/C-2187-2012

Difficulties in cross-section measurements at very low energies, when charged particles are involved, led to the development of some indirect methods. The Trojan horse method (THM) allows us to bypass the Coulomb effects and has been successfully applied to several reactions of astrophysical interest. A brief review of the THM applications is reported together with some of the most recent results.

The Trojan horse method in nuclear astrophysics: recent results

ROMANO, Stefano;CHERUBINI, SILVIO;LAMIA, LIVIO;Pizzone RG;PUGLIA, SEBASTIANA;Rapisarda GG;Sergi ML;TUDISCO, SALVATORE;
2008-01-01

Abstract

Difficulties in cross-section measurements at very low energies, when charged particles are involved, led to the development of some indirect methods. The Trojan horse method (THM) allows us to bypass the Coulomb effects and has been successfully applied to several reactions of astrophysical interest. A brief review of the THM applications is reported together with some of the most recent results.
2008
Difficulties in cross-section measurements at very low energies, when charged particles are involved, led to the development of some indirect methods. The Trojan horse method (THM) allows us to bypass the Coulomb effects and has been successfully applied to several reactions of astrophysical interest. A brief review of the THM applications is reported together with some of the most recent results. RI Gyurky, Gyorgy/F-1078-2010; Fulop, Zsolt/B-2262-2008; Carlin Filho, Nelson/C-2187-2012
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