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Author Criss, R. E.
Title Principles of stable isotope distribution / Robert E. Criss.
Imprint New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.

Author Criss, R. E.
Subject Stable isotopes.
Description 1 online resource (x, 254 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Abundance and Measurement of Stable Isotopes -- Discovery of Isotopes -- Nuclide Types, Abundances, and Atomic Weights -- Properties and Fractionation of Isotopic Molecules -- Material Balance Relationships -- Mass Spectrometers -- Notation and Standards -- Isotopic Exchange and Equilibrium Fractionation -- Isotopic Exchange Reactions -- Basic Equations -- Molecular Models -- Theory of Isotopic Fractionation -- Temperature Dependence of Isotopic Fractionation Factors -- Rule of the Mean -- Isotopic Thermometers -- Isotope Hydrology -- Variations of D and [superscript 18]O in the Hydrosphere -- Variations of D and [superscript 18]O in Waters from Deep Geologic Environments -- Liquid-Vapor and Ice-Vapor Equilibria -- Rayleigh Fractionation -- Examples of Natural Meteoric Precipitation -- Isotopic Variations in Streamflow -- Isotopic Variations in Groundwaters -- Nonequilibrium Fractionation and Isotopic Transport -- Kinetics of Isotopic Exchange -- Examples of Isotopic Exchange Kinetics -- Evaporation -- Lake Balance -- Isotopic Flux and Soil Evaporation -- Kinetic Fractionation Factors -- Isotopic Distribution in the Atmosphere -- Mass-Independent Fractionation -- Igneous Rocks, Meteorites, and Fluid-Rock Interactions -- Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotope Geochemistry of Rocks -- Igneous Rocks: Primary Crystallization -- Igneous Rocks: Subsolidus Processes -- Hydrothermal Systems -- Extraterrestrial Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotopic Compositions -- Important Nuclides of Light Elements -- Selected Physical Constants.
Summary 1. Abundance and Measurement of Stable Isotopes. 1.1. Discovery of Isotopes. 1.2. Nuclide Types, Abundances, and Atomic Weights. 1.3. Properties and Fractionation of Isotopic Molecules. 1.4. Material Balance Relationships. 1.5. Mass Spectrometers. 1.6. Notation and Standards. 1.7. Summary. 1.8. Problems. References. 2. Isotopic Exchange and Equilibrium Fractionation. 2.1. Isotopic Exchange Reactions. 2.2. Basic Equations. 2.3. Molecular Models. 2.4. Theory of Isotopic Fractionation. 2.5. Temperature Dependence of Isotopic Fractionation Factors. 2.6. Rule of the Mean. 2.7. Isotopic Thermometers.
ISBN 9780195353525 (electronic bk.)
0195353528 (electronic bk.)
9780195117752
0195117751 (acid-free paper)
OCLC # 666995216
Additional Format Print version: Criss, R.E. Principles of stable isotope distribution. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999 9780195117752 (DLC) 98024609 (OCoLC)39235642


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