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Laboratory Astrochemistry Studies along the Cosmic Cycle of Gas

Daniel Savin
Daniel Wolf Savin, Ph.D.
Columbia University
Chemistry Building, Room 453
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Special Seminar

Tracing the evolution of baryonic matter from atoms in space to stars and planets hinges on an accurate understanding of the underlying chemical processes controlling the properties of the gas at every step along this pathway.  Here I will explain some of the key epochs in this cosmic cycle and highlight our laboratory studies into the underlying chemistry that controls the observed properties of the cosmos.

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