- Conference date: 12-17 September 2005
- Location: Isle of Kos (Greece)
The near‐threshold photodissociation of nuclides received an increased attention in recent years due to its relevance for heavy element production in astrophysical scenarios. Therefore, a research program has been started to study photodissociation reactions using energetic bremsstrahlung from the new ELBE electron linear accelerator. Special emphasis was devoted to the neutron deficient nuclei with A≈100 which may have been produced in cosmic high‐temperature regions by (γ,n), (γ,p), or (γ, α)‐reactions. First data were obtained for the astrophysically important target nucleus 92 Mo by observing the radioactive decay of the nuclides produced by bremsstrahlung irradiation at end‐point energies between 11.8 and 14.0 MeV. The results are compared to recent statistical‐model calculations.
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