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Can someone point to a good review article covering contemporary developments in big bang nucleosynthesis, beyond what's covered in Kolb and Turner's The Early Universe? Thanks.

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Since there hasn't been any answer from experts, I did some search myself. This well cited article seems to be very comprehensive: Primordial Nucleosynthesis: from precision cosmology to fundamental physics It painstakingly walks through the implications of BBN on all kinds of physics models, including exotic ones like large extra dimensions and brane inflation.

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