Diverse supernova sources for the r-process

@article{Qian1998DiverseSS,
  title={Diverse supernova sources for the r-process},
  author={Yongzhong Qian and Petr Vogel and Gerald J. Wasserburg},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={494},
  pages={285-296}
}
We present a simplified analysis using equations for the charge flow, which include ν_e capture, for the production of r-process nuclei in the context of the recent supernova hot bubble model. The role of ν_e capture in speeding up the charge flow, particularly at the closed neutron shells, is studied together with the β flow at freezeout and the effect of neutrino-induced neutron emission on the abundance pattern after freezeout. It is shown that a semiquantitative agreement with the gross… Expand
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