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Beam quality: no data Target: The average thicknesses of the targets were 1.50 mg/cm2 for the 14N targets. The 14N target consisted of evaporated melamine (C3N6H6) supported by a 20 μg/cm2 layer of C and a 20 μg/cm2 layer of collodion. Data obtained: exported from EXFORAt the Cyclotron Institute at Texas A&M University, radioactive beams are produced using transfer or fusion-evaporation reactions induced by a primary beam from the K500 superconducting cyclotron on a cryogenic gas target. An 85 MeV radioactive 7Be beam produced via the 7Li(p,n)7Be reaction using a 135 MeV 7Li(+2) primary beam on a LN2-cooled H2 gas cell, with an aluminum degrader in front of the cell to reduce the 7Li beam energy. The absolute normalizations of the cross sections were determined to 5.0% for the 14N targets.