[sup 30]S Beam Development and X-ray Bursts Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Over the past three years, we have worked on developing a well-characterized 30S radioactive beam to be used in a future experiment aiming to directly measure the 30S(alpha,p) stellar reaction rate within the Gamow window of Type I X-ray bursts. The importance of the 30S(alpha,p) reaction to X-ray bursts is discussed. Given the astrophysical motivation, the successful results of and challenges involved in the production of a low-energy 30S beam are detailed. Finally, an overview of our future plans regarding this on-going project are presented.

authors

  • Kahl, D
  • Chen, Alan
  • Kubono, S
  • Binh, DN
  • Chen, Jun
  • Hashimoto, T
  • Hayakawa, S
  • Kaji, D
  • Kim, A
  • Kurihara, Y
  • Lee, NH
  • Ohshiro, Y
  • Nishimura, S
  • Setoodeh nia, K
  • Wakabayashi, Y
  • Yamaguchi, H
  • Spitaleri, Claudi
  • Rolfs, Claus
  • Pizzone, Rosario G

publication date

  • 2010