# Determination of the photodisintegration reaction rates involving charged particles: Systematic calculations and proposed measurements based on the facility for Extreme Light Infrastructure–Nuclear Physics

@article{Lan2018DeterminationOT,
title={Determination of the photodisintegration reaction rates involving charged particles: Systematic calculations and proposed measurements based on the facility for Extreme Light Infrastructure–Nuclear Physics},
author={Hao-yang Lan and Y. Xu and Wen Luo and D. L. Balabanski and Stephane Goriely and M. La Cognata and C. Matei and A. Anzalone and Svetlana Chesnevskaya and G. L. Guardo and Dario Lattuada and Rosario Gianluca Pizzone and Stefano Romano and C. Spitaleri and Alessandra Taffara and Aurora Tumino and Z. C. Zhu},
journal={Physical Review C},
year={2018}
}
• H. Lan
• Published 11 October 2018
• Physics
• Physical Review C
Photodisintegration reaction rates involving charged particles are of relevance to the p-process nucleosynthesis that aims at explaining the production of the stable neutron-deficient nuclides heavier than iron. In this study, the cross sections and astrophysical rates of (g,p) and (g,a) reactions for about 3000 target nuclei with 10<Z<100 ranging from stable to proton dripline nuclei are computed. To study the sensitivity of the calculations to the optical model potentials (OMPs), both the…
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