A Mercury-like component of early Earth yields U in the core and high mantle 142Nd
- Wohlers, Anke
- Wood, Bernard J
We experimentally determined Rare Earth Element partitioning between sulfide and silicate liquids under reduced conditions at 1400C, 1500C and 1650C and 1.5 GPa. The data file gives a summary of the major and trace element composition of sulfide and silicate liquids determined by EMP and Laser-Ablation ICPMS, and a data table of the sulfide/silicate element partitioning coefficients.
How to cite this dataset:
Wohlers, A., Wood, B. 2016. A Mercury-like component of early Earth yields U in the core and high mantle 142Nd, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100523.
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Wohlers, A. and Wood, B.J., 2015. A Mercury-like component of early Earth yields uranium in the core and high mantle 142 Nd. Nature, 520(7547), pp.337-340.
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sulfide/silicate element partitioning
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