Title

Inventing the Universe of Matter: An Account of the Origin of the Elements by Astrophysical Nucleosynthesis

Individual author or multiple authors

Individual

Major

Physics and Astronomy (PHYS)

Category of Work

Comps

Additional Category of Work

None

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2017

Date of Submission

Sun, 02 Jul 2017 07:15:40 GMT

Year of Graduation

2017

Other Department or Program

Physics and Astronomy

Comps Adviser(s)

McNally, Frank; Baylor, Marty

Award

Distinction on comps

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

lopezg_2017_PHYS_presentation.pptx, lopezg_2017_PHYS_paper.pdf

Keywords

astrophysics, nucleosynthesis, nuclear physics, nuclear astrophysics, particle physics, cosmology, stellar physics, stellar nucleosynthesis, strong nuclear force, electromagnetic force, nuclear binding energy, supernova, neutron capture, proton capture, exotic nucleosynthesis, stellar evolution, fundamental forces, fundamental interactions, nuclides, origin of the elements, cosmic abundance

Student Work Completed Date

2017-04-12

Format

application/pdf, application/ppt

Files Uploaded

Text (paper), Presentation

Rights Management

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