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File:Primordial nucleosynthesis.svg

English: Chief nuclear reactions responsible for the relative abundances of light atomic nuclei observed throughout the universe.
Date 16 June 2008
Source Latex code (see talk page for source) converted to svg using the TexText extension for Inkscape. Minor alignment issues solved by hand. The original set of equations come from Primordial nucleosynthesis.JPG by Szdori
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