Compound-specific carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen isotopic ratios for amino acids in CM and CR chondrites and their use in evaluating potential formation pathways

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Compound-specific carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen isotopic ratios for amino acids in CM and CR chondrites and their use in evaluating potential formation pathways
Author(s)
Elsila J, Charnley S, Burton A, Glavin D, Dworkin J
Publication Title
METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE
Publication Title (abbreviated)
METEORIT PLANET SCI
Publication Date
2012 Sep
DOI
10.1111/j.1945-5100.2012.01415.x
ISSN
1086-9379
Volume
47
Issue
9
Page Count
20
First Page
1517
Last Page
1536
Keyword(s)
Geochemistry & Geophysics, INTERSTELLAR ICE ANALOGS, EARLY SOLAR-SYSTEM, INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES, WAVE ROTATIONAL SPECTRUM, MURCHISON METEORITE, ORGANIC-MATTER, MASS-SPECTROMETRY, MOLECULAR CLOUDS, DEUTERIUM ENRICHMENT, OBSERVATIONAL TESTS
Citation
Elsila J, Charnley S, Burton A, Glavin D, Dworkin J. Compound-specific carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen isotopic ratios for amino acids in CM and CR chondrites and their use in evaluating potential formation pathways. METEORIT PLANET SCI. 2012;47 (9):1517-1536.
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