Properties of our PISN progenitor models and of similar Population III helium star models from Heger & Woosley (2002).
|Initial mass||Final mass||He-core||O-core|
|[M⊙]||[M⊙]||[M⊙]||[10 9 K]||[g cm-3]|
|150 M⊙||94||72||64||3.45||6.25||1.0 × 10−4||2.5 × 10−4|
|70 M⊙ He||70||70||60||3.57||6.30||1.9 × 10−7||2.8 × 10−4|
|250 M⊙||169||121||110||5.12||6.69||1.0 × 10−4||1.6 × 10−3|
|115 M⊙ He||115||115||90||5.14||6.67||1.9 × 10−7||7.3 × 10−4|
Notes. and are the highest central temperature and central density that are achieved during the calculations. The last two columns give the values of the central neutron excess initially and at the highest temperature.
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