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edited by Kara Lehman
This lab activity provided by the University of Washington's Astronomy Depatment, gives an introduction to Big Bang Nucleosynthesis.  This lab helps students understand why helium abundance in our universe provides crucial evidence for the Big Bang Model of the universe.
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= Primordial Nucleosynthesis
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© 1999 University of Washington
Big Bang, Helium, elements, formation
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