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Rauscher, T; Travaglio, C; Gallino, R; Nishimura, N; Hirschi, R (2014)
Publisher: ArXiv
Languages: English
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Subjects: Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics, QB, Nuclear Theory, Astrophysics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
The knowledge of the production of extinct radioactivities like 92Nb and 146Sm by photodisintegration processes in ccSN and SNIa models is essential for interpreting abundances in meteoritic material and for Galactic Chemical Evolution (GCE). The 92Mo/92Nb and 146Sm/144Sm ratios provide constraints for GCE and production sites. We present results for SNIa with emphasis on nuclear uncertainties.
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