“Nuclear Reaction” Science-Research, December 2021 — summary from Astrophysics Data System and Arxiv

Astrophysics Data System — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

This work presents new ^12 C + ^12 C reaction rates in the type of mathematical tables with affiliated uncertainty estimation, along with logical formulae that can be directly implemented right into stellar development codes. Making use of the GENEC stellar advancement code, we researched exactly how these new rates impact the C-burning phases in 2 sets of stellar models for stars with 12 M _⊙ and 25 M _⊙ first masses selected to be extremely depictive of the diversity of massive stars. For the limitation instance, the C-burning phase is located to take place at central temperatures 10 greater than with the limitation plus resonance rate. Cross-sections of deuteron-induced nuclear responses on natural molybdenum have been researched in the frame of an organized investigation of billed particle-induced nuclear responses on some steels for different applications. The excitation functions of na t Mo9394 m, g,95 m, g,9699 m Tc were gauged up to 10 MeV deuteron energy by utilizing the stacked aluminum foil activation strategy. This work is aimed at getting new speculative data beneficial in accelerator innovation, and for screening nuclear reaction models. Realistic nuclear reaction cross-section models are an essential ingredient of reputable heavy-ion transportation codes. As a result, of this research, a collection of total nuclear reaction cross-section data has been generated within a GSI-ESA-NASA cooperation. Literary works voids are explained and factors to consider are made regarding which models fit ideal the existing data for the most relevant systems for radiation security precede and heavy-ion treatment.

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Arxiv — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

Based on an academic model where the nuclear spins remain the same during an accident, we provide an analytical and general expression for the nuclear spin state-to-state circulation of ultracold chemical reaction in an electromagnetic field, for offered rotational changes of the molecules. The here and now academic formalism has been efficiently made use of to discuss the magnetic field behavior of the product-state circulation in chain reactions of ultracold KRb particles [Hu et al. This work provides new ^12 C + ^12 C reaction rates in the form of mathematical tables with associated unpredictability evaluation, in addition to logical solutions that can be directly applied right into stellar evolution codes. Making use of the GENEC stellar development code, we researched how these new rates affect the C-burning phases in two collections of stellar models for stars with 12 M _⊙ and 25 M _⊙ preliminary masses selected to be very depictive of the diversity of substantial stars. The clear splitting up of ranges observed in halo centers in between the expanded halo and the portable core makes these exotic nuclei an ideal topic for Effective Field Theory. It helps identify the nuclear-structure observables that matter in the summary of the reactions, and allows us to easily bridge predictions of nuclear-structure calculations to reaction observables. The hadronic properties of the ρ meson created in the comprehensive photonuclear reaction have been checked out. The ρ meson, while propagating via the nucleus, connects with the nuclear bits, and consequently, the properties of the ρ meson can be modified as a result of this interaction. We constructed an efficient emulator for two-body spreading observables using the general Kohn variational concept and test wave functions stemmed from eigenvector continuation. After a few applications to real possibilities, we imitate differential cross sections for ^40 Ca spreading based upon a reasonable optical capacity and quantify the model uncertainties using Bayesian methods.

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