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A new cross section measurement of reactions induced by 3He-particles on a carbon target

Abstract : The production of intense beams of light radioactive nuclei can be achieved at the SPIRAL2 facility using intense stable beams accelerated by the driver accelerator and impinging on light targets. The isotope 14O is identied to be of high interest for future experiments. The excitation function of the production reaction 12C(3He, n)14O was measured between 7 and 35 MeV. Results are compared with literature data. As an additional result, we report the rst cross-section measurement for the 12C(3He, +n)10C reaction. Based on this new result, the potential in-target 14O yield at SPIRAL2 was estimated: 2.4x1011 pps, for 1 mA of 3He at 35 MeV. This is a factor 140 higher than the in-target yield at SPIRAL1.
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A. Pichard, J. Mrazek, M. Assié, M. Hass, M. Honusek, et al.. A new cross section measurement of reactions induced by 3He-particles on a carbon target. European Physical Journal A, EDP Sciences, 2011, 47, pp.72. ⟨10.1140/epja/i2011-11072-9⟩. ⟨in2p3-00544574v2⟩

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