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Mostly heavy elements are created inside stars and then spread when they go supernova and recondense into new stars and planets.

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Why is it likely that life did not form during the very early history of the universe?

In the early Universe, there were no heavy elements around - all the matter of the Universe was in the form of hydrogen, helium, and small amounts of lithium; until the first stars formed, created these heavier elements, and put them out into space when they exploded as supernovae.


What planets contain the fewest heavy elements?

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Where did elements on the periodic table come from?

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Where do the elements of the universe come from?

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What are the most flammable elements?

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Does the periodic table list all elements in the universe?

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What would the chemical composition of the Universe be like if the only nuclear reactions that had ever occurred in stars had been those involved in energy production?

All elements heavier than iron are made by nuclear reactions that consume energy rather than producing it, so the universe that you describe would have no heavy elements.


Where does the original silicon substance come from?

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According to the current theories of the origin of the universe, pretty much all matter at the birth of the universe was in the form of hydrogen. The hydrogen then coalesced into stars where the Hydrogen was fused into heavier atoms. The heavy atoms accumulated in the core of the early stars until they went nova and spewed all that stuff out into interstellar space. After lots of time, new star systems developed, and some of the matter in them consisted of those heavy elements from earlier supernovas. Basically, all elements heavier than hydrogen were belched out by long-gone stars. You are composed of stardust.


Are there other elements found in stars than hydrogen and helium?

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