Relative proton and γ widths of astrophysically important states in 30S studied in the β-delayed decay of 31Ar
Koldste, G., Blank, B., Borge, M., Briz, J., Carmona-Gallardo, M., Fraile, L., Fynbo, H., Giovinazzo, J., Johansen, J., Jokinen, A., Jonson, B., Kurturkian-Nieto, T., Kusk, J., Nilsson, T., Perea, A., Pesudo, V., Picado, E., Riisager, K., Saastamoinen, A., . . . Walle, J. V. D. (2013). Relative proton and γ widths of astrophysically important states in 30S studied in the β-delayed decay of 31Ar. Physical Review C, 87(5), Article 055808. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.87.055808
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Resonances just above the proton threshold in 30S affect the 29P(p, γ ) 30S reaction under astrophysical conditions. The (p,γ )-reaction rate is currently determined indirectly and depends on the properties of the relevant resonances. We present here a method for finding the ratio between the proton and γ partial widths of resonances in 30S. The widths are determined from the β2p- and βpγ -decay of 31Ar, which is produced at the ISOLDE radioactive ion beam facility at the European research organization CERN. Experimental limits on the ratio between the proton and γ partial widths for astrophysical relevant levels in 30S have been found for the first time. A level at 4689.2(24) keV is identified in the γ spectrum, and an upper limit on the p/ γ ratio of 0.26 (95% C.L.) is found. In the two-proton spectrum two levels at 5227(3) keV and 5847(4) keV are identified. These levels were previously seen to γ decay and upper limits on the γ / p ratio of 0.5 and 9, respectively, (95% C.L.) are found, where the latter differs from previous calculations. ...
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