Helium, neon and argon raw data of the Washington County iron meteorite
Helium, neon and argon were measured in six bulk samples and one acid residue of the Washington County iron meteorite to detect solar noble gas signatures in interior parts of the meteorite. We list raw data of the seven splits of Washington County, made with three different spectrometers. Raw data encompass the signals extrapolated to gas inlet time, and in case of Heidelberg data are netto signals after subtraction of spectrometer background (including interference corrections on neon isotopes).
How to cite this dataset:
Vogt, M., Trieloff, M., Ott, U., Hopp, J., Schwarz, W. H., 2021. Helium, neon and argon raw data of the Washington County iron meteorite, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111938.
DOI Creation Date:
Vogt, Manfred; Trieloff, Mario; Ott, Ulrich; Hopp, Jens; Schwarz, Winfried H., (in review), "Solar noble gases in an iron meteorite indicate terrestrial mantle signatures derive from Earth’s core". Communications Earth & Environment
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User Contributed Keyword(s):
Noble gases, solar-type helium and neon, iron meteorites, interior samples of Washington County iron meteorite, planetary cores, source reservoir for solar signatures, light solar noble gas partitioning into metal melts
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