Understanding early Solar System processes: an oxygen isotope perspective

Greenwood, R. C. (2011). Understanding early Solar System processes: an oxygen isotope perspective. In: 34th Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites, 17-18 Nov 2011, NIPR, Tachikawa City, Japan.

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Abstract

Oxygen isotope analysis has become an indispensable tool in the study of early Solar System processes. The high levels of precision available with the laser fluorination technique have significantly improved the range and scope of such investigations. As a result, high precision oxygen isotope measurements provide critical information about the processes that operated both in the nebula and subsequently on a diverse range of parent bodies, from small primitive asteroids to planetary-sized bodies.

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