Title: The 92Zr(n,gamma) Reaction and Its Implications for Stellar Nucleosynthesis
Authors: TAGLIENTE G.MILAZZO P. M.FUJII K.ABBONDANNO U.AERTS G.ALVAREZ H.ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.ANDRIAMONJE S.ANDRZEJEWSKI J.AUDOUIN L.BADUREK G.BAUMANN P.BECVAR F.BELLONI F.BERTHOUMIEUX E.BISTERZO S.CALVINO F.CALVIANI M.CANO-OTT D.CAPOTE R.CARRAPICO C.CENNINI P.CHEPEL V.CHIAVERI E.COLONNA N.CORTES G.COUTURE A.COX J.DAHLFORS M.DAVID S.DILLMANN I.DOMINGO-PARDO C.DRIDI W.DURAN I.ELEFTHERIADIS C.EMBID-SEGURA M.FERRARI A.FERREIRA-MARQUES R.FURMAN W.GALLINO R.GONCALVES I.GONZALEZ-ROMERO E.GRAMEGNA F.GUERRERO C.GUNSING F.HAAS B.HAIGHT R.HEIL M.HERRERA-MARTINEZ A.IGASHIRA M.JERICHA E.KAPPELER F.KADI Y.KARADIMOS D.KARAMANIS D.KERVENO M.KOSSIONIDES E.KRTICKA M.LAMBOUDIS C.LEEB H.LINDOTE A.LOPES I.LOZANO M.LUKIC S.MARGANIEC J.MARRONE S.MARTÍNEZ T.MASSIMI C.MASTINU P.MENGONI A.MOREAU C.MOSCONI M.NEVES F.OBERHUMMER H.O'BRIEN S.PANCIN J.PAPACHRISTODOULOU C.PAPADOPOULOS C.PARADELA C.PATRONIS N.PAVLIK A.PAVLOPOULOS P.PERROT L.PIGNI M. T.PLAG R.PLOMPEN ArjanPLUKIS A.POCH A.PRAENA J.PRETEL C.QUESADA J.RAUSCHER T.REIFARTH R.ROSETTI M.RUBBIA C.RUDOLF G.RULLHUSEN PeterSALGADO J.SANTOS C.SARCHIAPONE L.SAVVIDIS I.STEPHAN C.TAIN J. L.TASSAN-GOT L.TAVORA L.TERLIZZI R.VANNINI G.VAZ P.VENTURA A.VILLAMARIN D.VINCENTE M. C.VLACHOUDIS V.VLASTOU R.VOSS F.WALTER S.WENDLER H.WIESCHER M.WISSHAK K.
Citation: PHYSICAL REVIEW C vol. 81 no. 5 p. 055801 (1-9)
Publisher: AMER PHYSICAL SOC
Publication Year: 2010
JRC N°: JRC52418
ISSN: 0556-2813
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC52418
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.81.055801
Type: Articles in Journals
Abstract: Because the relatively small neutron capture cross sections of the zirconium isotopes are difficult to measure, the results of previous measurements are often not adequate for a number of problems in astrophysics and nuclear technology. Therefore, the 92Zr(n; gamma) cross section has been re-measured at the CERN n_TOF facility, providing a set of improved parameters for 43 resonances in the neutron energy range up to 38 keV. With this information the cross section uncertainties in the keV region could be reduced to 5% as required for s-process nucleosynthesis studies and technological applications.
JRC Institute:Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

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