Antimatter in the universe and laboratory

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Dolgov, A. D.;
(2014)

Possible signatures which may indicate an existence of antimatter in the Galaxy and in the early universe are reviewed. A model which could give rise to abundant antimatter in the Galaxy is considered.
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