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Nuclear breakup and Coulomb dissociation of $^{9}$C nucleus studied at RIBF RIKEN

A. Saastamoinen
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H. Baba
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Y. Togano
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L. Stuhl
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T. Kobayashi
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H. Otsu
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K. Yoneda
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Y. Kubota
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D.S. Ahn
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N. Fukuda
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H. Takeda
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H. Suzuki
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Y. Shimizu
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T. Motobayashi
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T. Uesaka
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Z. Halasz
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Z. Elekes
S. Ota
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M. Sasano
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T. Isobe
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P.J. Li
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J. Zenihiro
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N. Zhang
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M.N. Harakeh
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H. Murakami
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D. Kim
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S. Park
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Z. Yang
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T. Harada
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M. Nishimura
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H. Sato
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I.S. Hahn
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K.Y. Chae
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Abstract

The 9C breakup was studied during the SAMURAI29R1 experiment through inclusive and exclusive measurements at energies around 160 AMeV for 9C, in order to evaluate the astrophysical S18 factor for the inverse process 8B(p,γ)9C at energies in the region of astrophysical interest. The radiative proton capture on 8B is important in the hot pp chains, in explosive Hydrogen burning (ppIV and rapI), at temperatures between 0.05 < T9 < 1 K, as possible alternative paths across the A = 8 mass gap. Another goal of this experiment was a detailed study of the breakup reaction mechanism. During the experiment the nuclear breakup process was studied using a natural C target with 425 µm thickness and the Coulomb dissociation by using a natural Pb target with 150 µm thickness. The reaction products were tracked simultaneously using a system of position sensitive Si detectors and in total 1024 output channels were read out by using new dual gain preamplifiers (DGP) specially designed for the experiments of the HI-p collaboration. The SAMURAI29R1 experiment was carried out during the SAMURAI 18Oxygen 2018 Spring campaign and it is part of the HI-p collaboration together with another three experiments. Performances of the setup used and first results of the analysis are presented.
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hal-02922221 , version 1 (29-05-2024)

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A.I. Chilug, V. Panin, D. Tudor, L. Trache, I.C. Stefanescu, et al.. Nuclear breakup and Coulomb dissociation of $^{9}$C nucleus studied at RIBF RIKEN. JPS Conference Proceedings, 2020, 32, pp.010057. ⟨10.7566/JPSCP.32.010057⟩. ⟨hal-02922221⟩
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