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May 13 – 17, 2019
Venice, Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli
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New investigations on the $^{32}$S($^3$He,d)$^{33}$Cl reaction at 9.6 MeV bombarding energy

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SALA PALLADIO (Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli)


Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli


Marco Cinausero (LNL)


The angular distribution of the differential cross section in ($^3$He,d) one-proton transfer reactions gives the possibility to probe the structure of nuclei by comparisons with shell model calculations, allowing to determine the spectroscopic factor for a variety of nuclei [1]. Indeed, the calculation of the spectroscopic factor it is in most cases the only way to estimate the strength of low energy resonances in (p,$\gamma$) reactions relevant for various hydrogen-burning scenarios in stellar evolution [2]. In this context, an interesting case study is the $^{32}$S($^3$He,d)$^{33}$Cl reaction for which contrasting results have been reported [3]. A new measure to determine the one-proton spectroscopic factor for the GS, 0.810, 2.356, 2.686 and 2.860 (doublet) MeV states in $^{33}$Cl has been performed at the CN Van De Graaf accelerator of the Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro. The new solid state telescope OSCAR [4], particularly suited for the identification and correlations of low energy particles, has been used to identify the emitted deuterons and to measure their energy. Good quality angular distribution in a broad angular range (20°-60°) has been achieved thanks to the segmentation of the OSCAR strip detector. Preliminary results of this new measure will be presented and compared both with theoretical calculations and data available in the literature.
[1] P. Hodgson, Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Reactions, Clarendon (1971)
[2] C. Iliadis et al, Astr. J. Suppl. Ser. 134 (2001) 151
[3] J. Chen and B. Sing, Nucl. Data Sheets 112 (2011) 1393
[4] D. Dell’Aquila et al., Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A 877 (2018) 227

Primary authors

Marco Cinausero (LNL) Mariano Vigilante (NA) Ivano Lombardo (CT) Maurizio D'Andrea (CT) Daniele Dell'Aquila ( NSCL, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA) Fabiana Gramegna (LNL) Tommaso Marchi (INFN - LNL) Sara Maria Carturan (LNL) Magda Cicerchia (LNL) Giorgia Mantovani (LNL) Daniela Fabris (PD) Luca Scomparin (L) Riccardo Bolzonella (Università di Padova e INFN Sezione di Padova) Mauro Bruno (BO) Giovanni Casini (FI) Antonio Maria Buccola (FI) Simone Valdre' (FI) Silvia Piantelli (FI) Gabriele Pasquali (FI) Sandro Barlini (FI) Pietro Ottanelli (FI) Catalin Frosin (FI) Dr Meltem Degerlier (N. H. Bektas Veli University, Nevsehir, Turkey) A. Kordyasz (Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw, Poland) Tomasz Kozik (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Physics, Krakow, Poland ) Alinka Lépine-Szily (Universidade de Sao Paulo) Leandro Romero Gasques (N)

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