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GALLEX solar neutrino observations: Results for GALLEX IV
Abstract We report the GALLEX solar neutrino results for the measuring period GALLEX III, the period from 12 October 1994-4 October 1995. Counting for these runs was completed on 29 March 1996. TheExpand
Enriched Subcontinental Upper Mantle beneath Southern India: Evidence from Pb, Nd, Sr, and C-O Isotopic Studies on Tamil Nadu Carbonatites
The major, trace and rare earth element distributions as well as the contrast to the lead data, the Nd–Sr isotope data show a clear Nd, Sr, Pb, C and O isotope geochemistry of four carbonatiteExpand
On the origins of extractive metallurgy: new evidence from Europe
The beginnings of extractive metallurgy in Eurasia are contentious. The first cast copper objects in this region emerge c. 7000 years ago, and their production has been tentatively linked to centresExpand
The determination of lead isotope ratios by multiple collector ICP-MS: A case study of early Bronze age artefacts and their possible relation with ore deposits of the Erzgebirge
Lead isotope analyses of Early Bronze Age metal artefacts from the Aunjetitz (Unetice) culture in central Germany and Bohemia were determined in order to find out whether they could be related to oreExpand
Tin Isotopy–A New Method for Solving Old Questions
Tin was a vital commodity in times past. In central Europe, the earliest finds of tin-bronze date to about 2200 bc, while in Greece they are c. 400-500 years earlier. While there is evidence forExpand
Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age copper artefacts from the Balkans and their relation to Serbian copper ores
Analyse isotopique du plomb sur 89 artefacts qui vont de l'Eneolithique au Bronze Ancien. Plus du tiers des objets provennant de divers gisements est constitue de haches cruxiformes. Le but principalExpand
Final results of the 51Cr neutrino source experiments in GALLEX
Abstract The radiochemical GALLEX experiment, which has been measuring the solar neutrino flux since May 1991, has performed an investigation with two intense 51 Crneutrino sources (> 60 PBq) thatExpand
The effect of instrumental mass bias on measurements: a comparison between thermal ionisation mass spectrometry and multiple-collector ICP-MS
Abstract A series of synthetic samples which span the range of known δ 11 B values have been measured by thermal ion mass spectrometry (positive and negative ion) and by multiple-collector ICP-MSExpand
Provenance Determination of Archaeological Metal Objects
Archaeometallurgy is one aspect of the widespread interdisciplinary field of science-based archaeology and is itself multifaceted (for a recent review, see Rehren and Pernicka 2008). This articleExpand
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