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University of Chicago

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Neutrino Suppression and Matter Density

Suppression of the power as &Omegam varies for a fixed &Omega&nu=0.05 compared with &Omega&nu=0 with the same &Omegam. Note that the effect of a fixed neutrino density dramatically increases as the matter density is lowered. Here &Omegab=0.05, h =0.5.