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Study of F-19 Levels with E (x)=6.7-7.7 MeV by the N-15+alpha Scattering Experiment

Title
Study of F-19 Levels with E (x)=6.7-7.7 MeV by the N-15+alpha Scattering Experiment
Authors
Kim, D.Kim, G. W.Park, S. Y.Kim, A.Hahn, K. I.Abe, K.Beliuskina, O.Hayakawa, S.Imai, N.Kitamura, N.Sakaguchi, Y.Yamaguchi, H.Cha, S. M.Chae, K. Y.Kwag, M. S.Hong, S. W.Lee, E. J.Lee, J. H.Lee, E. K.Moon, J. Y.Bae, S. H.Choi, S. H.Kubono, S.Panin, V.Wakabayashi, Y.Iwasa, N.Kahl, D.Chen, A. A.
Ewha Authors
한인식
SCOPUS Author ID
한인식scopus
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
ISSN
0374-4884JCR Link

1976-8524JCR Link
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 265 - 270
Keywords
F-19 structureAlpha scatteringN-15 beam
Publisher
KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS; KCI WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
The intense gamma-rays from classical novae are emitted due to the beta-decay of F-18 which is produced by the Hot-CNO cycle. The reaction rate of F-18(p,alpha)O-15 affects the prediction of the abundance of F-18. The main contribution to this reaction rate is from the resonances in Ne-19 near and above the proton threshold. Hence, many experiments and theoretical works have been performed on the low-lying F-18+p resonances. One of the methods for investigating Ne-19 parameters is studying the mirror nucleus F-19. alpha elastic scattering experiment was performed with a 7 MeV/u N-15 beam for investigating the resonance parameters in F-19 using the thick target method in inverse kinematics at the radioactive beam facility CRIB of the Center for Nuclear Study, the University of Tokyo. The excitation function of F-19 was obtained for the excitation energy E (x) = 6.7 - 7.7 MeV, and the parameters of the resonance states in F-19 were determined using an R-matrix analysis.
DOI
10.3938/jkps.73.265
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