Nuclear astrophysics aims at describing nuclear processes relevant to nucleosynthesis. Such reactions can be studied by performing nuclear cross-section measurements at the relevant energy regimes. Accelerator-based experiments allow simulating nucleosynthesis in the laboratory. For specific reactions accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) offers a powerful tool to measure cross-sections independent on half-lives of reaction products. It represents a complementary, off-line method compared to...[Show more]
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