Impact of magnetic field on beta-processes in partially transparent medium
An influence of a magnetic field on beta-processes is investigated in a partially transparent for neutrinos medium of a core-collapse supernova. It is shown that significant modifications of these reactions are only possible in the supernovae with extremely strong magnetic fields. This means that many problems, like a neutrino propagation in such objects, can be solved without accounting of the magnetic field, even within magnetorotational models, where a strong magnetic field is generated naturally.
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