Coulomb Dissociation of [Formula presented] and the Low-Energy Cross Section of the [Formula presented] Solar Fusion Reaction

F. Schümann, F. Hammache, S. Typel, F. Uhlig, K. Sümmerer, I. Böttcher, D. Cortina, A. Förster, M. Gai, H. Geissel, U. Greife, N. Iwasa, P. Koczoń, B. Kohlmeyer, R. Kulessa, H. Kumagai, N. Kurz, M. Menzel, T. Motobayashi, H. OeschlerA. Ozawa, M. Płoskoń, W. Prokopowicz, E. Schwab, P. Senger, F. Strieder, C. Sturm, Zhi Yu Sun, G. Surówka, A. Wagner, W. Waluś

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Abstract

An exclusive measurement of the Coulomb breakup of [Formula presented] into [Formula presented] at [Formula presented] allowed the study of the angular correlations of the breakup particles. These correlations demonstrate clearly that [Formula presented] multipolarity dominates and that [Formula presented] multipolarity can be neglected. By using a simple single-particle model for [Formula presented] and treating the breakup in first-order perturbation theory, we extract a zero-energy [Formula presented] factor of [Formula presented], where the first error is experimental and the second one reflects the theoretical uncertainty in the extrapolation.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume90
Issue number23
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Jan 1

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    Schümann, F., Hammache, F., Typel, S., Uhlig, F., Sümmerer, K., Böttcher, I., Cortina, D., Förster, A., Gai, M., Geissel, H., Greife, U., Iwasa, N., Koczoń, P., Kohlmeyer, B., Kulessa, R., Kumagai, H., Kurz, N., Menzel, M., Motobayashi, T., ... Waluś, W. (2003). Coulomb Dissociation of [Formula presented] and the Low-Energy Cross Section of the [Formula presented] Solar Fusion Reaction. Physical Review Letters, 90(23). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.90.232501