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The creation site of 26 Al is still under debate. It is thought to be produced in hydrogen burning and in explosive helium burning in novae and supernovae, and possibly also in the H-burning in outer shells of red giant stars. Also, the reactions for its creation or destruction are not completely known. When 26 Al is created in novae, the reaction chain is: 24 M g(p, γ) 25 Al(β + ν) 25 M g(p, γ) 26 Al, but this chain can be by-passed by another chain, 25 Al(p, γ) 26 Si(p, γ) 27 P and it candoi:10.1088/1742-6596/420/1/012152 fatcat:6fxtktbjvfcoxg4rwlbxsnyi2e