The indirect measurement of 17O(p,α)14N cross section was performed by means of the Trojan Horse Method. This approach allowed to investigate the ultra-low energy range (Ec . m . = 0 - 300 keV) relevant for several astrophysics environments, where two resonant levels of 18F at Ec . m .R = 65 keV and Ec . m .R = 183 keV play a significant role in the reaction rate determination.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics