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This peculiar labeling of angular momentum quantum numbers is a historical artifact where the words sharp, principal, diffuse, and fine were used to describe spectral lines. However, percentage of orders it receives from Russia is insignificant. A review of transfer reactions for nuclear astrophysics is presented with an emphasis on the experimental challenges and opportunities for future development. When the nucleus decays, it emits particles or waves of energy.

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