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Nucleon-Alpha Particle Disequilibrium and Short-Lived r-Process Radioactivities
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Author and Affiliation:
Meyer, B. S.(Clemson Univ., Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, SC United States)
Clayton, D. D.(Clemson Univ., Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, SC United States)
Chellapilla, S.(Clemson Univ., Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, SC United States)
The, L.-S.(Clemson Univ., Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, SC United States)
Abstract: r-Process yields can be extremely sensitive to expansion parameters when a persistent disequilibrium between free nucleons and alpha particles is present. This may provide a natural scenario for understanding the variation of heavy and light r-process isotopes in different r-process events. Additional information is contained in the original extended abstract.
Publication Date: Apr 01, 2002
Document ID:
20020046518
(Acquired Jun 14, 2002)
Subject Category: LUNAR AND PLANETARY SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION
Document Type: Conference Paper
Publication Information: SEE parent document record, "Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIII"; LPI-Contrib-1109
Contract/Grant/Task Num: NAG5-4703; NSF AST-98-19877
Financial Sponsor: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Greenbelt, MD United States
National Science Foundation; United States
Department of Energy; High Energy and Nuclear Physics Div.; United States
Organization Source: Clemson Univ.; Dept. of Physics and Astronomy; SC United States
Description: In English; CD-ROM contains the entire conference proceedings presented in PDF format
Distribution Limits: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited
Rights: No Copyright
NASA Terms: RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES; SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION; ALPHA PARTICLES; NUCLEONS
Miscellaneous Notes: This work was supported in part by a SciDAC grant through the High Energy and Nuclear Physics Division of the DOE.
Availability Notes: Abstract Only; Available from STI Support Services only as part of the entire parent document
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