Relativity and Cosmology


Does Temperature Quenching in the Early Universe Exist in Part Due to Particle Production? or Quantum Occupation States ?

Authors: A.W. Beckwith

We examine the role of particle nucleation in the initial universe, and argue that there is a small effect due to particle nucleation in terms of lowering initial temperature, in tandem with energy density and scale factor contribution. If such scaling exists as a major order effect, then quenching of temperature proportional to a vacuum nucleation at or before the electroweak era is heavily influenced by a number, n, which is either a quantum number (quantum cosmology) or a ‘particle count at/before the electro weak era.

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[v1] 2012-10-21 13:07:59

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