Light elements abundance in a static toy universe
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Feb24-12, 04:46 AM
In that case, everything turns into iron. The problem with that sort of universe is that it's pretty boring. Everything is iron. Stars don't exist.
That answer is valid for a strictly time-dependent universe. You are not bothering to answer what I'm asking.
Nuclear statistical equilibrium is pretty independent of temperature, density, and mass for normal temperatures.
stellar core temperature is normal temperature to you?