Reaction Rate Sensitivity of the γ-Process Path

@article{Rauscher2005ReactionRS,
  title={Reaction Rate Sensitivity of the $\gamma$-Process Path},
  author={Thomas Rauscher},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={758},
  pages={549-552}
}
  • T. Rauscher
  • Published 16 July 2004
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Physics
2 Citations
(n,γ) cross-sections of light p nuclei
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Experimental (n,gamma) cross sections of the p-process nuclei Se-74 and Sr-84
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