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Decayed Isotopic Yields for Keegans et al 2023

  • 1. Keele University
  • 2. Konkoly Observatory
  • 3. University of Bristol
  • 4. INAF Astrophysical Observatory
  • 5. Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • 6. University of Hull
  • 7. University of California

Description

Supplementary material for the paper 'Type Ia Supernova Nucleosynthesis: Metallicity-Dependent Yields' comprising decayed isotopic abundances from 39 models.

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Funding

Astrophysics at The University of Hull ST/R000840/1
UK Research and Innovation
RADIOSTAR – Radioactivities from Stars to Solar Systems 724560
European Commission
JINA Center for the Evolution of the Elements 1430152
National Science Foundation
ChETEC-INFRA – Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos - Infrastructures for Nuclear Astrophysics 101008324
European Commission