The Lithium Content of the Galactic Halo Stars

@inproceedings{CCharbonnel2005TheLC,
  title={The Lithium Content of the Galactic Halo Stars},
  author={C.Charbonnel and F.Primas},
  year={2005}
}
. Thanks to the accurate determ ination of the baryon density of the universe by the recent cosm ic m icrowave background experim ents,updated predictionsofthe standard m odelofBig Bang nucleosynthesisnow yield the initialabundance of the prim ordiallight elem ents with unprecedented precision.In the case of 7 Li, the CM B+ SBBN value is signi(cid:12)cantly higherthan the generally reported abundancesfor Pop IIstars along the so-called Spite plateau.In view ofthe crucialim portance ofthis… 

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