The first second of the Universe

  title={The first second of the Universe},
  author={Dominik J. Schwarz},
The history of the Universe after its first second is now teste d by high quality observations of light element abundances and temperature anisotropies of the cosmic micr owave background. The epoch of the first second itself has not been tested directly yet; however, it i s constrained by experiments at particle and heavy ion accelerators. Here I attempt to describe the epoch betwe en th electroweak transition and the primordial nucleosynthesis. The most dramatic event in that era is the quark… CONTINUE READING


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