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Table 1:

Relative abundances $\left [\xi \right ]=n_{\xi }/n_{b}$ of the elements at the end of Big Bang nucleosynthesis for the SBBN and for two nonstandard BBN scenarios.
    $\left(f_{\rm v}=0.8;~ R=10\right)$ $\left(f_{\rm v}=10^{-5};~ R=1000\right)$
$\left[{\rm H}\right]$ 0.889 0.889 0.888
$\left[{\rm D}\right]$ $2.092\times10^{-5}$ $2.45\times10^{-5}$ $2.13\times10^{-5}$
$\left[{\rm He}\right]$ 0.111 0.111 0.112
$\left[{\rm Li}\right]$ $1.77\times10^{-9}$ $1.97\times10^{-9}$ $2.30\times10^{-9}$
$\left[{\rm C}\right]$ $2.51\times10^{-15}$ $4.00\times10^{-15}$ $8.45\times10^{-14}$
$\left[{\rm N}\right]$ $2.32\times10^{-16}$ $2.46\times10^{-16}$ $3.44\times10^{-14}$
$\left[{\rm O}\right]$ $3.22\times10^{-19}$ $3.37\times10^{-19}$ $8.20\times10^{-17}$
$\left[{\rm F}\right]$ $3.28\times10^{-27}$ $3.61\times10^{-27}$ $1.63\times10^{-24}$

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