Isotope Geochemistry

Isotope Geochemistry

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After the discovery that elements were commonly composed of isotopes, there developed a range of studies of the variability of isotopic compositions in Earth materials, which was able to add to our understanding of Earth processes and history. This collection of chapters from the Treatise on Geochemistry describes the range of isotopic studies. The chapters are grouped into the following categories: light stable isotopes, radiogenic tracers, noble gases and radioactive tracers. The first three groups depend on mass spectrometric measurements. The section on radioactive tracers employs both radioactive counting techniques and the newly developed accelerator mass spectrometric techniques. Comprehensive, interdisciplinary and authoritative content selected by leading subject experts Robust illustrations, figures and tables Affordably priced sampling of content from the full Treatise on GeochemistryWieler (1998, 2002b) argues that this is not the case, however, at least not for neon. The first gas released in ... (Wieler, 2002b). The principal problem is that there is too much of it: noble-gas SEP/SW in lunar soils is of order 10A€1, whichanbsp;...

Title:Isotope Geochemistry
Author: Heinrich D Holland, Karl K. Turekian
Publisher:Academic Press - 2010-09-27

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