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Nuclear Aspects of Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars

T. Rauscher, R. D. Hoffman, A. Heger, S. E. Woosley

Submitted on 31 August 2000

Abstract

Preliminary results of a new set of stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis calculations for massive stars are presented. These results were obtained with an extended reaction network up to Bi. The discussion focuses on the importance of nuclear rates in pre- and post-explosive nucleosynthesis. The need for further experiments to study specific reactions and nuclear properties (optical alpha+nucleus potentials) is emphasized.

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Comment: 6 pages, 2 figures; invited talk, to appear in the Proceedings of the Int. Conf. "Structure of the Nucleus at the Dawn of the Century", May 2000, Bologna, Italy

Subjects: Nuclear Theory; Astrophysics

URL: https://arxiv.org/abs/nucl-th/0008065