Can lightning produce significant levels of mass-independent oxygen isotopic fractionation in nebular dust?

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Can lightning produce significant levels of mass-independent oxygen isotopic fractionation in nebular dust?
Author(s)
Nuth J, Paquette J, Farquhar A
Publication Title
METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE
Publication Title (abbreviated)
METEORIT PLANET SCI
Publication Date
2012 Dec
DOI
10.1111/maps.12037
ISSN
1086-9379
Volume
47
Issue
12
Page Count
14
First Page
2056
Last Page
2069
Keyword(s)
Geochemistry & Geophysics, EARLY SOLAR-SYSTEM, SELF-PERPETUATING CATALYST, COMPLEX ORGANIC-MOLECULES, REFRACTORY INCLUSIONS, INTRAMOLECULAR THEORY, ELECTRICAL-DISCHARGE, PROTOSTELLAR NEBULAE, PROTOPLANETARY DISK, OZONE, EVOLUTION
Citation
Nuth J, Paquette J, Farquhar A. Can lightning produce significant levels of mass-independent oxygen isotopic fractionation in nebular dust?. METEORIT PLANET SCI. 2012;47 (12):2056-2069.
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