This page allows you to access results computed with different versions of the Hauser-Feshbach statistical model code NON-SMOKER. Free access is granted to the NON-SMOKER database which contains previously published results (from the year 2000) in easily accessible form. Additionally, it includes sensitivity results, showing the effect of a variation of nuclear properties.

A newer version of the code is called NON-SMOKER^{WEB}. It can be used over the web but registration is
required for access. However, for almost all practical purposes the NON-SMOKER database is already sufficient: comparison to experimental data and sensitivity studies.

The newest Hauser-Feshbach code is SMARAGD. It is still under development but I will be happy to run calculations for you when you contact me.

For further details see the code summary page and the Forum and News page, which also includes a section on How-Tos and Frequently Asked Questions.

Please choose an option from the navigation bar on the left, depending on what kind of information you are interested in.

the NON-SMOKER database access

**Free access, no registration required.**

The database contains statistical model (Hauser-Feshbach) results for 9<Z<84 (Ne to Bi). There are further explanations available. For latest news, take a look at the Forum.

In addition to reaction cross sections and reactivities (reaction rates per particle pair), the HTML interface also provides access to the *astrophysically relevant energy windows* (Gamow windows) and to *sensitivity plots*.

*Note: For (n,*γ*)
reactions, the cross sections and reaction
rates
should be renormalized to the recommended theoretical and experimental
values given in* Atomic
Data
Nuclear Data Tables **76** (2000) 70*!*
That paper gives a theoretical correction of the rates correlated
with the neutron number which can also be applied to nuclei further off
stability.

simple HTML Form | Java version (allows plotting) |

- Fits to the astrophysical reaction rates are
published in Atomic
Data Nuclear Data Tables
**75**(2000) 1. A preprint of the text and tables is available. - The original calculation in tabular form is
published in Atomic
Data Nuclear Data
Tables
**79**(2001) 47. The preprint can be found here. - The astrophysically relevant energy windows are published in
Phys. Rev. C
**81**(2010) 045807. - Details on the sensitivity plots and the impact of the variation of nuclear properties on the resulting reactivities can be found in Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 20 (2011) 1071.
- (A nice graphical Table of the Nuclides is available here.)

NON-SMOKER^{WEB} |

*Tables of Cross Sections and Reaction Rates: an Addendum to "Astrophysical Reaction Rates From Statistical Model Calculations"*

T. Rauscher, F.-K. Thielemann;

Atomic Data Nuclear Data Tables**79**(2001) 47.*Astrophysical Reaction Rates From Statistical Model Calculations*

T. Rauscher, F.-K. Thielemann;

Atomic Data Nuclear Data Tables**75**(2000) 1.-
*Nuclear Level Density and the Determination of Thermonuclear Rates for Astrophysics*

T. Rauscher, F.-K. Thielemann, K.-L. Kratz;

Phys. Rev. C 56 (1997) 1613. -
*Global Statistical Model Calculations and the Role of Isospin*

T. Rauscher, F.-K. Thielemann;

in "Stellar Evolution, Stellar Explosions, and Galactic Chemical Evolution", ed. A. Mezzacappa (IOP, Bristol 1998), p. 519. -
*Prediction of Thermonuclear Reaction Rates in Astrophysics*

T. Rauscher;

Proc. Int. Symp. "Nuclei in the Cosmos V", eds. N. Prantzos, H. Harissopoulos (Editions Frontières, Gif-sur-Yvette 1998), p. 484.

Readily available is a limited update of a previous REACLIB! (see history file for details on the updates.)

A nice graphical Table of the Nuclides is available here.

© Dr. Thomas
Rauscher (email), last
change 2019-Nov-29