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QM Italia, 2009  (Roma 22,23,24 aprile)

QM Italia, 2009 (Roma 22,23,24 aprile)

QM Italia, 2009 (Roma 22,23,24 aprile). QCD & cosmology. The quest for cosmological signals of QCD dynamics. Silvio Bonometto Physics dep., Milano-Bicocca Univ. & INFN – Sezione di Milano-Bicocca. Why signals from cosmological context could be significant ?.

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