EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 2, 2010CNR*09 - Second International Workshop on Compound Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||09 March 2010|
Neutron capture surrogate reaction on 75As in inverse kinematics using (d,pγ)
2 University of Tennessee
3 Tennessee Technological University
4 Los Alamos National Laboratory
5 Oak Ridge Associated Universities
6 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
7 Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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The 75As(d,pγ) reaction in inverse kinematics as a surrogate for neutron capture was performed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory using a deuterated plastic target. The intensity of the 165 keV γ-ray from 76As in coincidence with ejected protons, from exciting 76As above the neutron separation energy populating a compound state, was measured. A tight geometry of four segmented germanium clover γ-ray detectors together with eight ORRUBA-type silicon-strip charged-particle detectors was used to optimize geometric acceptance. The preliminary analysis of the 75As experiment, and the eïňČcacy and future plans of the (d,pγ) surrogate campaign in inverse kinematics, are discussed.
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