LRP2020: The cosmic origin and evolution of the elements

@article{Fernndez2019LRP2020TC,
  title={LRP2020: The cosmic origin and evolution of the elements},
  author={R. Fern{\'a}ndez and F. Herwig and S. Safi-Harb and I. Dillmann and K. Venn and B. C{\^o}t{\'e} and C. Heinke and E. Rosolowsky and T. Woods and D. Haggard and L. Lehner and J. Ruan and D. Siegel and J. Bovy and A. A. Chen and A. Cumming and B. Davids and M. Drout and R. Kruecken},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The origin of many elements of the periodic table remains an unsolved problem. While many nucleosynthetic channels are broadly understood, significant uncertainties remain regarding certain groups of elements such as the intermediate and rapid neutron-capture processes, the p-process, or the origin of odd-Z elements in the most metal-poor stars. Canada has a long tradition of leadership in nuclear astrophysics, dating back to the work of Alastair Cameron in the 1950s. Recent faculty hires have… Expand

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