Petrogenesis of ultramafic rocks and an experimental and natural investigation of non-traditional stable isotope fractionation at high temperatures : implications for the chemical evolution of the earth and planets
The fractionation of stable isotopes at high temperatures offers a unique insight into the sources and processes operative during planetary accretion. Through analysis of meteorites and samples that are representative of planetary reservoirs, a coherent picture is built of the isotopic variation present in solar system materials. However, this objective is complicated by the selection of samples appropriate to characterise the isotopic composition of the entire Earth. In minimising the...[Show more]
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