ENTRY            22939   20110206
SUBENT    C   22939001   20110206                                 
BIB                 14         48                                 
TITLE      Stellar (n,gamma) cross section of p-process isotopes  
           Part I: Pd-102, Te-120, Ba-130,-132 and Dy-156.        
AUTHOR     (I.Dillmann, C.Domingo-Pardo, M.Heil, F.Kaeppeler,     
           S.Walter, S.Dababneh,T.Rauscher, F.K.Thielemann,R.Plag)
REFERENCE  (J,PR/C,81,015801,2010)                                
           #doi:10.1103/PhysRevC.81.015801                        
           (J,EPJ/AS,27,129,2006) Preliminary data.               
           #doi:10.1140/epja/i2006-08-018-5                       
INSTITUTE  (2GERMUN) I.Dillmann                                   
           (2GERGSI) C.Domingo-Pardo, M.Heil                      
           (2GERKFK) F.Kaeppeler, S.Walter                        
           (2SWTBAS) T.Rauscher, F.K.Thielemann                   
           (3JORJOR) S.Dababneh                                   
              Al Balqa Applied University,Salt 19117,Jordan.      
REL-REF    (R,,J.De Laeter+,J,PAC,75,683,2003)                    
            Isotopic abundances for samples.                      
           (I,,S.Dababneh+,J,NIM/A,517,230,2004)                  
            Details of clover detectors.                          
           (M,,H.Beer+,J,PR/C,21,534,1980) Details of exp.method  
FACILITY   (VDG,2GERKFK) The Karlsruhe 3.7-MV Van de Graaff       
            accelerator operated n DC mode with current of about  
            100 microA (for Li targets) or up to 150 microA for   
            LiF targets.                                          
INC-SOURCE (P-LI7) Neutrons were produced via the Li-7(P,N)Be-7   
            source by bombarding a 30-mum thick layers of metallic
            Li or crystalline LiF on a water-cooled Cu-backings   
            with protons of 1912 keV. Neutrons were emitted into  
            forward cone of 120 deg opening angle.                
METHOD     (ACTIV) Several independent activations were carried   
            out for each isotope with modified exp. parameters.   
           (STTA) Samples were irradiated in close contact with   
            the Li target.                                        
MONITOR    ((MONIT)79-AU-197(N,G)79-AU-198,,SIG) For neutron flux.
MONIT-REF  (,W.Ratynski+,J,PR/C,37,595,1988)                      
DECAY-MON  (79-AU-198,2.69517D,DG,411.8,0.9558)                   
            HL error 0.00021 day, intensity 0.9558+-0.0012.       
DETECTOR   (GLASD) At irradiation the neutron flux was recorded   
           in intervals of 60 or 90sec using a Li-6 glass detector
           91 cm downstream of Li target.                         
ADD-RES     Using the energy dependencies of normalized evaluated 
           cross sections MACS were extrapolated in energy range  
           kT=160-260 keV. Given in Table XVI.                    
HISTORY    (20061220C)  S.M./ M.M.                                
           (20100518A)  M.M. Reference J,PR/C,81 was added.       
            BIB information was updated.                          
            Subents 006-023 were added.                           
           (20110206A) SD: Ref. on Europ.Phys.Jour. A 27,129,2006 
            corrected: EPJ/AS,27,129,2006.                        
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COMMON               3          3                                 
KT-NRM     MONIT      MONIT-ERR                                   
KEV        MB         MB                                          
        25.       586.         8.                                 
  ENDCOMMON          3          0                                 
ENDSUBENT           55          0                                 
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SUBENT        22939005   20100518
BIB                  8         31                                 
REACTION  1(56-BA-132(N,G)56-BA-133,,SIG,,MXW,DERIV)  Average     
             divided by most probable velocity -         
            Stellar c-s                                           
          2(56-BA-132(N,G)56-BA-133-M,,SIG,,MXW,DERIV)            
RAD-DET    (56-BA-133-G,DG)                                       
           (56-BA-133-M,DG)                                       
DECAY-DATA (56-BA-133-G,10.52YR,DG,356.0,0.621)                   
           (56-BA-133-M,38.9HR,DG,275.9,0.178)                    
ANALYSIS   .Experimental cross section were extrapolated from     
            a thermal energy of KT=25 keV by means of the         
            theoretically predicted energy dependence.            
          1.Obtained with the help of Glover detector via         
            strongest EC decay transition into Cs-133             
          2.Obtained via  276 keV IT line                         
REL-REF   1(A,,Z.BAO+,J,AND,76,70,2000)                           
SAMPLE       Natural samples of element.Ba-132 isotopic abundance 
            0.101+-0.001%. Thin pellets were pressed from powders 
            of BaCO3.Dried at 300 and 800 deg Celcius.            
            Enclosed in 15. microm thick aluminium foil and       
            sandwiched between 10-30 microm thick gold foils of   
            the same diameter.                                    
CORRECTION  Stellar c-s was corrected for temperature-dependent   
            stellar enhancement factor SEF:                       
                KT(keV)         SEF                               
                26.             1.00                              
                172.            1.16                              
                215.            1.22                              
                260.            1.28                              
STATUS    2(PRELM)                                                
           (TABLE) Table 2 and text p.133 of J,EPJ/A,27,129,2006  
          1(SPSDD,22939022)                                       
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COMMON               1          3                                 
KT                                                                
KEV                                                               
        30.                                                       
  ENDCOMMON          3          0                                 
DATA                 4          1                                 
DATA      1DATA-ERR  1DATA      2DATA-ERR  2                      
MB         MB         MB         MB                               
       368.        25.       33.6        1.7                      
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