# Suppression of the stellar enhancement factor and the reaction 85Rb(p,n)85Sr

@article{Rauscher2009SuppressionOT,
title={Suppression of the stellar enhancement factor and the reaction 85Rb(p,n)85Sr},
author={Thomas Rauscher and G{\'a}bor Gyula Kiss and Gy. Gyurky and A. Simon and Zs. Fulop and E. Somorjai},
journal={Physical Review C},
year={2009},
volume={80},
pages={035801}
}
• Published 21 August 2009
• Physics
• Physical Review C
Astrophysical reaction rates are central to tracing changes in the abundances of nuclei by nuclear reactions. They provide the temperature- and density-dependent coefficients entering reaction networks, the large sets of coupled differential equations required to study nucleosynthesis and energy generation in astrophysical environments. The reaction rates are computed from reaction cross sections which, in turn, may be predicted in theoretical models or extracted from experiments. In addition…
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