Thermonuclear Ti 42 (p,γ) v 43 rate in type-I x-ray bursts

  title={Thermonuclear Ti 42 (p,$\gamma$) v 43 rate in type-I x-ray bursts},
  author={J. J. He and A. S. Parikh and B. Alex Brown and Thomas Rauscher and S. Q. Hou and Y H Zhang and X. H. Zhou and H. Xu},
  journal={Physical Review C},
The thermonuclear rate of the $^{42}\mathrm{Ti}$(${p,\ensuremath{\gamma})}^{43}$V reaction has been reevaluated based on a recent precise proton separation energy measurement of ${S}_{p}{(}^{43}\mathrm{V})=83\ifmmode\pm\else\textpm\fi{}43$ keV. The astrophysical impact of our new rates has been investigated through one-zone postprocessing type-I x-ray burst calculations. It shows that the new experimental value of ${S}_{p}$ significantly affects the yields of species for $A\ensuremath{\approx… 
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