“Big Bang” Science-Research, January 2022, Week 2 — summary from DOE Pages
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In this work, we established an ordered Bayesian structure to estimate S -variables and atomic rates for the 3 He 4 He response, which influences the primaeval wealths of 3 He and 7 Li. In this work we investigate the result of the Big Bang nucleosynthesis from the visibility of a stochastic primordial electromagnetic field whose stamina is spatially inhomogeneous. We locate that if the η value during BBN was bigger than the present-day value because of a dissipation of the PMF or a radiative degeneration of exotic bits after BBN or if the stellar deficiency of 7 Li happened, wealths of all light components could be consistent with observational constraints. We study the effect of big baryonic isocurvature perturbations on the wealth of deuterium manufactured in big bang nucleosynthesis. We apply the BBN restraint to the relaxation leptogenesis scenario, where huge baryon isocurvature perturbations are created in the last N last e-fold of inflation, and we obtain a constraint on N last. We take into consideration the cosmological effects of clean and sterile neutrinos with the masses of 150- 450 MeV. We assess the status of big-bang nucleosynthesis in light of the last Planck information launch and other recent growths, and in anticipation of future measurements. Future CMB Stage-4 dimensions assure significant renovations in BBN criteria: helium abundance determinations will be affordable with the most effective astronomical resolutions, and Neff will come close to sensitivities efficient in identifying the results of Standard Model neutrino home heating of the primaeval plasma. The samples of nuclear responses in between the radioisotope 7Be and deuterium, a possible mechanism of decreasing the manufacturing of mass-7 nuclides in Big-Bang nucleosynthesis, were determined at center-of-mass energies between 0. 2 MeV and 1. 5 MeV. Calculations of nucleosynthesis end results based on the speculative sample reveal that the vibration decreases the forecasted abundance of primitive ^7Li but not adequately to solve the prehistoric lithium problem.
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- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1610383 — Astrophysical S -factors, Thermonuclear Rates, and Electron Screening Potential for the 3 He(d,p) 4 He Big Bang Reaction via a Hierarchical Bayesian Model.
- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1610301 — Big Bang Nucleosynthesis with an Inhomogeneous Primordial Magnetic Field Strength.
- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1608832 — Big Bang nucleosynthesis constraint on baryonic isocurvature perturbations.
- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1735476 — Big bang nucleosynthesis constraints on sterile neutrino and lepton asymmetry of the Universe.
- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1802279 — Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis after Planck.
- https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1560870 — Measurement of d + Be 7 Cross Sections for Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis.
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