Physics Department Colloquium - Shared screen with speaker view
Now I am curious: How come there are more neutrons than protons in the universe if we had 100 early seconds of pure neutron decay? (Is that true? I am assuming that since almost all nuclei have more neutrons than protons)
Hmmm... maybe the initial ratio was more favorable for neutrons, I don't know if the Q factor was positive or negative.
There are more protons than neutrons in the universe. The universe is basically hydrogen.
Thank you Okui, that makes sense!
I had that problem in my qualifier exam
Pretty neat problem!
Great talk, thanks!
Agreed, wish all colloquium were this clear
Yes ! I could make the comparisons with unconventional superconductors. Really fabulous talk!