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Implications of $^{151}$Sm(n,$\gamma$) Cross Section at n_TOF

S. Marrone U. Abbondanno G. Aerts H. Álvarez F. Alvarez-Velarde S. Andriamonje J. Andrzejewski P. Assimakopoulos L. Audouin 1 G. Badurek P. Baumann 2 F. Bevá E. Berthoumieux F. Calviño D. Cano-Ott R. Capote A. Carrillo de Albornoz P. Cennini 3 V. Chepell E. Chiaveri 3 N. Colonna G. Cortes A. Couture J. Cox S. David 1 R. Dolfini C. Domingo-Pardo M. Dahlfors 3 W. Dridi I. Duran C. Eleftheriadis M. Embid-Segura L. Ferrant 1 Anthony Ferrari 3 R. Ferreira-Marques L. Fitzpatrick 3 H. Frais-Koelb K. Fujii W. Furman C. Guerrero I. Goncalves R. Gallino E. Gonzalez-Romero A. Goverdovski F. Gramegna E. Griesmayer F. Gunsing B. Haas 4 R. Haight M. Heil A. Herrera-Martinez 3 M. Igashira S. Isaev 1 E. Jericha Y. Kadi 3 F. Käppeler D. Karamanis D. Karadimos M. Kerveno 2 V. Ketlerov P. Koehler V. Konovalov E. Kossionides M. Krtika C. Lamboudis H. Leeb A. Lindote I. Lopes M. Lozano S. Lukic 2 J. Marganiec L. Marques P. Mastinu A. Mengoni 3 P. M. Milazzo C. Moreau M. Mosconi F. Neves H. Oberhummer S. O'Brien M. Oshima J. Pancin C. Papachristodoulou C. T. Papadopoulos C. Paradela N. Patronis A. Pavlik P. Pavlopoulos L. Perrot R. Plag A. Plompen A. Plukis A. Poch C. Pretel J. Quesada T. Rauscher R. Reifarth M. Rosetti C. Rubbia G. Rudolf 2 P. Rullhusen J. Salgado L. Sarchiapone 3 I. Savvidis C. Stephan 1 G. Tagliente J. L. Tain L. Tassan-Got 1 L. Tavora R. Terlizzi I. Dillmann G. Vannini P. Vaz A. Ventura D. Villamarin M. C. Vincente V. Vlachoudis 3 R. Vlastou F. Voss S. Walter H. Wendler 3 M. Wiescher K. Wisshak
Abstract : The accurate knowledge of the $^{151}$Sm(n,$\gamma$) cross section has important implications for the nuclear technologies as well as for fundamental studies. Due to its radioactivity, the only experimental data available on $^{151}$Sm were derived from a transmission measurement. Nowadays thanks to the innovative features of neutron time-of-flight facility (n_TOF), it was possible to measure $^{151}$Sm(n,$\gamma$) cross section in a wide energy range and with good accuracy. We present, here, the main experimental results together with the implications concerning the nuclear astrophysical part.
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S. Marrone, U. Abbondanno, G. Aerts, H. Álvarez, F. Alvarez-Velarde, et al.. Implications of $^{151}$Sm(n,$\gamma$) Cross Section at n_TOF. Frontiers in Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics, and Reactions - FINUSTAR, Sep 2005, Isle of Kos, Greece. pp.502-504, ⟨10.1063/1.2200996⟩. ⟨in2p3-00123269⟩



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