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The relationship between stable isotope diffusion, zonation and thermometry: a case study from the Adirondack Mountains, NY

Eiler, J. M. and Valley, J. W. and Graham, C. M. (1993) The relationship between stable isotope diffusion, zonation and thermometry: a case study from the Adirondack Mountains, NY. Eos, 74 . p. 330. ISSN 0096-3941. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20130715-113653643

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Abstract

Retrograde diffusion is recognized as an important factor in the stable isotope geochemistry of slowly cooled rocks. However, it has never been demonstrated by micro-analysis that natural minerals are zoned with respect to stable isotopes in a way consistent with closed system interdiffusion during cooling.


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