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Radiative neutron capture reaction rates for r-process nucleosynthesis

@inproceedings{Singh2022RadiativeNC,
  title={Radiative neutron capture reaction rates for r-process nucleosynthesis},
  author={Vinay Singh and Joydev Lahiri and Malay Kanti Dey and Dipankar Narayan Basu},
  year={2022}
}
About half of the elements beyond iron are synthesized in stars by rapid-neutron capture process (r-process). The stellar environment provides very high neutron flux in a short time ( ∼ seconds) which is conducive for the creation of progressively neutron-rich nuclei till the waiting point is reached after which no further neutron capture reactions proceed. At this point such extremely neutron-rich nuclei become stable via β − decay. A detailed understanding of the r-process remains illusive. In… 

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