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Asymmetric lepton production in a universe with non-zero baryon number

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Abstract

It is pointed out that as a result of processes during different stages of stellar evolution a universe with a net baryon number develops during a Hubble age an excess of neutrinos over antineutrinos of the same order as the observed relative strength of CP violation. The same processes also favour excess positron production.

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Sivaram, C. Asymmetric lepton production in a universe with non-zero baryon number. Astrophys Space Sci 82, 485–488 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00651456

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Keywords

  • Relative Strength
  • Baryon Number
  • Stellar Evolution
  • Lepton Production
  • Excess Positron