The (92)Zr(n,gamma) reaction and its implications for stellar nucleosynthesis (Journal article)

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./ Martinez, 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, A./ Plukis, A./ Poch, A./ Praena, J./ Pretel, C./ Quesada, J./ Rauscher, T./ Reifarth, R./ Rosetti, M./ Rubbia, C./ Rudolf, G./ Rullhusen, P./ Salgado, 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./ N TOF Collaboration

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 (92)Zr(n,gamma) cross section has been remeasured at the CERN n_TOF facility, providing a set of improved parameters for 44 resonances in the neutron energy range up to 40 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.
Institution and School/Department of submitter: Πανεπιστήμιο Ιωαννίνων. Σχολή Επιστημών και Τεχνολογιών. Τμήμα Βιολογικών Εφαρμογών και Τεχνολογιών
Keywords: capture cross-sections,giant branch stars,neutron-capture,n-tof,energy range,zr isotopes,s-process,facility,elements,cern
URI: https://olympias.lib.uoi.gr/jspui/handle/123456789/16904
ISSN: 0556-2813
Link: <Go to ISI>://000278144800074
http://prc.aps.org/abstract/PRC/v81/i5/e055801
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