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Proceedings of International Symposium on Nuclear Astrophysics - Nuclei in the Cosmos - IX — PoS(NIC-IX)
The rapid proton-capture process (rp-process) produces proton rich nuclei on the surface of accreting neutron stars. The light curves of type I X-ray bursts are an observable result of the energy produced. In reaction networks, a series of (p, γ) reactions and β-decays proceed along a path close to the proton drip-line culminating, for some bursts, in a Sn-Sb-Te cycle. To address uncertainties in the masses near the proton drip-line, we have observed the β-decay of neutron-deficient 103,104,105doi:10.22323/1.028.0178 fatcat:etdlvicqtzajvgu3w6bacvwpia