Coulomb Dissociation of 27P

S. Beceiro Novo, K. Sümmerer, D. Cortina-Gil, C. Wimmer, R. Plag, H. Alvarez-Pol, T. Aumann, K. Behr, K. Boretzky, E. Casarejos, A. Chatillon, U. Datta-Pramanik, Z. Elekes, Z. Fulop, D. Galaviz, H. Geissel, S. Giron, U. Greife, F. Hammache, M. HeilJ. Hoffman, H. Johansson, C. Karagiannis, O. Kiselev, N. Kurz, K. Larsson, T. Le Bleis, Y. Litvinov, K. Mahata, C. Muentz, C. Nociforo, W. Ott, S. Paschalis, W. Prokopowicz, C. Rodriguez-Tajes, D. Rossi, H. Simon, M. Stanoiu, J. Stroth, S. Typel, A. Wagner, F. Wamers, H. Weick

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In this work the astrophysical 26Si(p,γ)27P reaction is studied using the Coulomb dissociation technique. We performed a 27P Coulomb Dissociation experiment at GSI, Darmstadt (28 May-5 June 2007) using the ALADIN-LAND setup which allows complete-kinematic studies. A secondary 27P beam at 498 AMeV impinging a 515mg/cm2 Pb target was used. The relative energy of the outgoing system (26Si+p) is measured obtaining the resonant states of the 27P. Preliminary results show four resonant states measured at 0.36±0.07, 0.88±0.09, 1.5±0.2, 2.3±0.3 MeV and evidence of a higher state at around 3.1 MeV. The preliminary total cross section obtained for relative energies between 0 and 3 MeV has been measured and yields 55±7 mb.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012115
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2012
EventRutherford Centennial Conference on Nuclear Physics - Manchester, United Kingdom
Duration: Aug 8 2011Aug 12 2011


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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Novo, S. B., Sümmerer, K., Cortina-Gil, D., Wimmer, C., Plag, R., Alvarez-Pol, H., Aumann, T., Behr, K., Boretzky, K., Casarejos, E., Chatillon, A., Datta-Pramanik, U., Elekes, Z., Fulop, Z., Galaviz, D., Geissel, H., Giron, S., Greife, U., Hammache, F., ... Weick, H. (2012). Coulomb Dissociation of 27P. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 381(1), [012115].