Few-body reactions investigated with the Trojan Horse Method
Roberta Spartà, Giuseppe G. Rapisarda, Claudio Spitaleri, M. La Cognata, Rosario G. Pizzone, S. Romano, Aurora Tumino
SciPost Phys. Proc. 3, 033 (2020) · published 26 February 2020
The Trojan Horse Method is an indirect method to measure reaction cross sections at energies of interest for nuclear astrophysics, exploiting the nuclei clustering properties. Here it is presented with its general features and detailed for the case of the 2H(d,p)3H and 2H(d,n)3He measurements, where interesting results for astrophysics and energy fusion power plants have been obtained.
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- 1 2 Roberta Spartà,
- 2 Giuseppe G. Rapisarda,
- 2 Claudio Spitaleri,
- 2 Marco La Cognata,
- 2 Rosario G. Pizzone,
- 1 2 Stefano Romano,
- 2 3 Aurora Tumino