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Variations of Stable Isotope Ratios in Nature

  • Jochen Hoefs
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Part of the Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment book series (STEGE)

Abstract

Extraterrestrial materials consist of samples from the moon, Mars and a variety of smaller bodies such as asteroids and comets. These planetary samples have been used to deduce the evolution of our solar system. A major difference between extraterrestrial and terrestrial materials is the existence of primordial isotopic heterogeneities in the early solar system. These heterogeneities are not observed on Earth, because they have become obliterated during high-temperature processes over geologic time.

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