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Title: Cosmochemistry: A Perspective
Authors: Goswami, A
Keywords: Cosmochemistry
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Goswami, A & Reddy, B. E., eds., Principles and Perspectives in Cosmochemistry, Lecture Notes on Kodai School on Synthesis of Elements in Stars, held at Kodaikanal Observatory, India April 29 –May 13, 2008, pp. 419-421
Abstract: Cosmochemistry can be said to aim at constructing a quantitative and continuous history of chemical evolution of our universe starting from appearance of hydrogenic matter immediately after the Big Bang. While the main events of this history are embodied in stellar nucleosynthesis, the scope of the complete history is much larger. Many important aspects of cosmochemistry still remain unclear, although improved observations and steadily increasing computing power hold exciting promises.
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