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Compilation of stable isotope fractionation factors of geochemical interest
|Statement||by Irving Friedman and James R. O"Neil.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper -- 440-KK|
|Contributions||O"Neil, James R., 1934-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 12 p.,  p. of figures :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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O'NeilAuthor: Irving Friedman. COMPILATION OF STABLE ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION FACTORS OF GEOCHEMICAL INTEREST By IRVING FRIEDMAN and JAMES R. O'NEIL ABSTRACT Selected fractionation factors for D, O18, C13, and S34 have been com piled from the literature and plotted on a convenient linear tempera ture coordinate system.
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Paper KK. Figure 1. Revised figure 3 of Gonfiantini () showing O conversionCited by: 1. Abstract. Modern stable isotope geochemistry began with the classic paper of Harold Urey, published in and entitled Thermodynamic Properties of Isotopic several light elements, Prof.
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IAEA Technical Report. Stable Isotope Geochemistry is an introduction to the use of stable isotopes in the geosciences. It is subdivided into three parts: theoretical and experimental principles; fractionation processes of light and heavy elements; the natural variations of geologically important reservoirs.
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Multiple stable isotope relationships have found a growing variety of uses in geochemistry and cosmochemistry. Approximations to the statistical-mechanical models for predicting isotope effects have led to the notion that mass fractionation laws are constrained to a “canonical” range of possible values.
The field of Stable Isotope Geochemistry was born of a good idea and nurtured by technology. InHarold Urey published his calculated values of reduced partition function for oxygen isotopes and his idea (a good one!) that the fractionation of oxygen isotopes between calcite and water might provide a means to estimate the temperatures of.Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry 1st Edition as hydrology, carbon in plants, meteorites, carbonates, metamorphic rocks, etc.
Explores the theory and principles of isotope fractionation. Offers unique, up-to-date discussion of meteorite (extraterrestrial) isotope data. Presents the subject in an interesting historical context, with Cited by: Stable Isotopes of Water The heavy stable water isotopes are considerably less abundant than the most com-mon isotopes (Table ).
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