We investigate nucleosynthesis inside an accretion disk formed during a collapse of a massive star. The mass accretion rate and the mass of a central object vary with time according to a fall-back scenario. The disk is confirmed to be dominated by advection. A considerable amount of Fe-group elements is produced inside the disk through a sequence of (α, γ) reactions, and the processed material is ejected via outflows. The collapsar accretion disk is an promising site for production of heavy elements.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics