Chemical evolution with rotating massive star yields II. A new assessment of the solar s- and r- process components

@inproceedings{Prantzos2019ChemicalEW,
  title={Chemical evolution with rotating massive star yields II. A new assessment of the solar s- and r- process components},
  author={Nikos Prantzos and Carlos Abia and Sergio Cristallo and Marco Limongi and Alessandro Chieffi},
  year={2019}
}
  • Nikos Prantzos, Carlos Abia, +2 authors Alessandro Chieffi
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • The decomposition of the Solar system abundances of heavy isotopes into their s- and r- components plays a key role in our understanding of the corresponding nuclear processes and the physics and evolution of their astrophysical sites. We present a new method for determining the s- and r- components of the Solar system abundances, fully consistent with our current understanding of stellar nucleosynthesis and galactic chemical evolution. The method is based on a study of the evolution of the… CONTINUE READING

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