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The free parameters in these trajectories are the initial temperatures and densities as well as the electron fraction. The initial temperature of 37Gk and initial density of $1\times 10^{9}$ g/cm${^3}$. The electron fraction was given values of 0.42, 0.44, 0.46, 0.48, and 0.50. | The free parameters in these trajectories are the initial temperatures and densities as well as the electron fraction. The initial temperature of 37Gk and initial density of $1\times 10^{9}$ g/cm${^3}$. The electron fraction was given values of 0.42, 0.44, 0.46, 0.48, and 0.50. | ||

- | We started the network calculation when the temperature reached 10GK. This is a safe approximation since above this temperature, the material will be in Nuclear Statistical Equilibrium and the evolution of the abundances will not be set by the thermal history. We used a network of 4510 isotopes, ranging from free nucleons to fermium (Z=100). | + | We started the network calculation when the temperature reaches 10GK. This is a safe approximation since above this temperature, the material will be in Nuclear Statistical Equilibrium and the evolution of the abundances will not be set by the thermal history. We used a network of 4510 isotopes, ranging from free nucleons to fermium (Z=100). |

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