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2.3 Flat Universes
2.4 Including Curvature
2.5 Horizons
2.6 Geometry, Destiny and Dark Energy
3 Our Universe Today and Dark Energy
3.1 Matter: Ordinary and Dark
3.2 Supernovae and the Accelerating Universe
3.3 The Cosmic Microwave Background
3.4 The Cosmological Constant Problem(s)
3.5 Dark Energy, or Worse?
4 Early Times in the Standard Cosmology
4.1 Describing Matter
4.2 Particles in Equilibrium
4.3 Thermal Relics
4.4 Vacuum displacement
4.5 Primordial Nucleosynthesis
4.6 Finite Temperature Phase Transitions
4.7 Topological Defects
4.8 Baryogenesis
4.9 Baryon Number Violation
4.9.1 B-violation in Grand Unified Theories
4.9.2 B-violation in the Electroweak theory
4.9.3 CP violation
4.9.4 Departure from Thermal Equilibrium
4.9.5 Baryogenesis via leptogenesis
4.9.6 Affleck-Dine Baryogenesis
5 Inflation
5.1 The Flatness Problem
5.2 The Horizon Problem
5.3 Unwanted Relics
5.4 The General Idea of Inflation
5.5 Slowly-Rolling Scalar Fields
5.6 Attractor Solutions in Inflation
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TASI Lectures Introduction to Cosmology - Carroll

TASI Lectures Introduction to Cosmology - Carroll

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