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“…In the last column, δv ij is the expectation value of the difference between v 18 and v 8 , which is the part of the NN interaction that is treated perturbatively because v 8 is used in the propagation Hamiltonian. The sum of the six contributions K through V R ijk does not quite match the total energy reported in Table I (Brida et al, 2011;Lovato et al, 2013;McCutchan et al, 2012;Pastore et al, 2013Pastore et al, , 2014Pieper and Carlson, 2015;Wiringa et al, 2013), compared to experimental values (Amroun et al, 1994;NNDC, 2014;Nörtershäuser and et al, 2009;Nörtershäuser et al, 2011;Purcell et al, 2010;Shiner et al, 1994;Tilley et al, 2002Tilley et al, , 2004. Numbers in parentheses are statistical errors for the GFMC calculations or experimental errors; errors of less than one in the last decimal place are not shown.…”

confidence: 83%

“…In the last column, δv ij is the expectation value of the difference between v 18 and v 8 , which is the part of the NN interaction that is treated perturbatively because v 8 is used in the propagation Hamiltonian. The sum of the six contributions K through V R ijk does not quite match the total energy reported in Table I (Brida et al, 2011;Lovato et al, 2013;McCutchan et al, 2012;Pastore et al, 2013Pastore et al, , 2014Pieper and Carlson, 2015;Wiringa et al, 2013), compared to experimental values (Amroun et al, 1994;NNDC, 2014;Nörtershäuser and et al, 2009;Nörtershäuser et al, 2011;Purcell et al, 2010;Shiner et al, 1994;Tilley et al, 2002Tilley et al, , 2004. Numbers in parentheses are statistical errors for the GFMC calculations or experimental errors; errors of less than one in the last decimal place are not shown.…”

confidence: 83%

“…[33], EM moments are from Refs. [34][35][36][37], and point radii are converted from the charge radii given in Refs. [38][39][40][41][42].…”

confidence: 99%

“…However, the abundance of 3 H for the first 100-200 s after the Big Bang cannot be much smaller than that of 2 H since the neutron capture reaction, in spite of the reduction of neutron numbers down to 0.2 of the proton numbers, can go on deuteron at any energy. In addition, the half-life of 3 H is 4500 (8) days [24] and do not make a real contribution to the decrease of the number of 3 H at the first few minutes after the Big Bang.…”

confidence: 96%