TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE AS SITES OF THE p-PROCESS: TWO-DIMENSIONAL MODELS COUPLED TO NUCLEOSYNTHESIS

@article{Travaglio2011TYPEIS,
  title={TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE AS SITES OF THE p-PROCESS: TWO-DIMENSIONAL MODELS COUPLED TO NUCLEOSYNTHESIS},
  author={Claudia Travaglio and Friedrich K. R{\"o}pke and Roberto Gallino and W Hillebrandt},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={739}
}
Beyond Fe, there is a class of 35 proton-rich nuclides, between 74Se and 196Hg, called p-nuclei. They are bypassed by the s and r neutron capture processes and are typically 10–1000 times less abundant than the s- and/or r-isotopes in the solar system. The bulk of p-isotopes is created in the “gamma processes” by sequences of photodisintegrations and beta decays in explosive conditions in both core collapse supernovae (SNe II) and in Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia). SNe II contribute to the… 
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