Measurement of the primordial helium abundance from the intergalactic medium

Volume: 2, Issue: 12, Pages: 957 - 961
Published: Oct 15, 2018
Abstract
Almost every helium atom in the Universe was created just a few minutes after the Big Bang through a process commonly referred to as Big Bang nucleosynthesis1,2. The amount of helium that was made during Big Bang nucleosynthesis is determined by combining particle physics and cosmology3. The current leading measures of the primordial helium abundance (YP) are based on the relative strengths of H i and He i emission lines emanating from...
Paper Details
Title
Measurement of the primordial helium abundance from the intergalactic medium
Published Date
Oct 15, 2018
Volume
2
Issue
12
Pages
957 - 961
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