# SENSITIVITY OF ASTROPHYSICAL REACTION RATES TO NUCLEAR UNCERTAINTIES

@article{Rauscher2012SENSITIVITYOA,
title={SENSITIVITY OF ASTROPHYSICAL REACTION RATES TO NUCLEAR UNCERTAINTIES},
author={Thomas Rauscher},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
year={2012},
volume={201}
}
• T. Rauscher
• Published 3 May 2012
• Physics, Chemistry
• The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series
Sensitivities of nuclear reaction rates to a variation of nuclear properties are studied. Target nuclei range from proton- to neutron dripline for 10 ⩽ Z ⩽ 83. Reactions considered are nucleon- and α-induced reactions mediated by strong interaction. The contribution of reactions occurring on the target ground state to the total stellar rate is also given. General dependencies on various input quantities are discussed. Additionally, sensitivities of laboratory cross-sections of nucleon-, α-, and…
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