An Introduction to Cosmology and Particle Physics

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World Scientific, 1988 - Science - 423 pages
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The book discusses, based on a series of lectures given by the authors at the Universidad Autonoma of Madrid discusses the relation between cosmology and particle physics at a pedagogical level. The topics covered contain much valuable introductory materials. Very useful as a text for graduate students in this field.
 

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Contents

THE STANDARD COSMOLOGICAL MODEL
1
DETERMINATION OF THE COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
31
THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
53
THE STANDARD BIGBANG NUCLEOSYNTHESIS
71
THE LARGE SCALE STRUCTURE FORMATION
103
SOME COSMOLOGICAL LIMITS ON THE PARAMETER
168
FINITE TEMPERATURE EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL
209
spinless particles
218
a general theory
232
PROBLEMS OF THE STANDARD BIGBANG MODEL
244
THE DYNAMICS OF INFLATION
297
INFLATIONARY MODELS
368
APPENDIX
422
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