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Nucleosynthesis and Its Implications on Nuclear and Particle Physics

Nucleosynthesis and Its Implications on Nuclear and Particle Physics (Hardback)

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I - PRIMORDIAL NUCLEOSYNTHESIS 1 --. -~-~----,---,-. --------- H. Reeves Primordial nucleosynthesis in 1985 3 The puzzle of lithium in evolved stars H. Reeves 13 High energy particles in dark molecular H. Reeves clouds 23 P. Delbourgo-Salvador, G. Malinie, J. Audouze Standard big bang nucleosynthesis and 3 chemical evolution of D and He 27 G. steigman, D. S. P. Dearborn, D. N. Schramm The survival of Helium,3 in stars 37 G. steigroan How degenerate can we be ? 45 J. Audouze, D. Lindley, J. Silk 3 Early-photoproduction of D and He and pregalactic nucleosynthesis of the light elements 57 R. Schaeffer, P. Delbourgo-Salvador, J. Audouze Influence of quark nuggets on primordial nucleosynthesis 65 T. P. Walker, E. W. Kolb, M. S. Turner Primordi. al nucleosynthesis with generic part. icles 71 D. N. Schramm Dark matter and cosmological nucleosynthesis 79 B. J. Carr Nucleosynthetic consequences of population [II stars W. Glatzel 87 vi CONTENTS 95 I I -EXPWSIVE OBJECTS J. W. Truran Nucleosynthesis accompanying classical nova outbursts 97 M. Wiescher, J. GOrres, P. -K. Thielemann, H. Ritter Reaction rates in the RP-process and nucleosynthesis in novae 105 Type I supernovae ll3 J. C.

Wheeler R. canal, J. lsern, J. Labay, R. Lbpez Nucleosynthesis and type I supernovae 121 P. -K. Thielemann, K. Nomoto, K. Yokoi EXplosive nucleosynthesis in carbon deflagration models of type I supernovae 131 E. Mi. iller, Y. Eriquchi Differentially rotating equilibrium models and the collapse of rotating degenerate configurations 143 S. E. WOOsley, T. A.

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