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Mineralogy, mineral-chemistry, and composition of the Murchison (C2) meteorite
Fuchs, Louis H., Edward Olsen, and Kenneth J. Jensen. Mineralogy, MineralChemistry, and Composition of the Murchison (C2) Meteorite. Smithsonian Contributions to the Earth Sciences, number 10, 39Expand
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Half-life of 60Fe
Abstract The half-life of 60Fe has been measured to be T 1 2 = (1.49 ± 0.27) × 10 6 a, significantly longer than the one previous measurement of Roy and Kohman which reported a value of 3 × 105 aExpand
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Mineral content of skeletal bones in otosclerosis.
In 63 patients with otosclerosis confirmed by operation, the bone mineral content was determined by photon absorptiometry. The bone mineral content and bone mineral concentration were found to beExpand
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Otosclerosis and pregnancy: a study of the influence of pregnancy on the hearing threshold before and after stapedectomy.
In a retrospective study of 144 fertile women subjected to operation for otosclerosis by the method of Shea or House, we found a fall in the hearing threshold in the operated ear which seemed to be aExpand
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Bone mineral content in osteogenesis imperfecta tarda and in otosclerosis.
In 22 patients with osteogenesis imperfecta and in 63 patients with otosclerosis the bone mineral content in peripheral bones was determined by photon absorptiometry. The bone mineral content provedExpand
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A40-K40 dating of igneous rocks and sediments
Abstract The discrepancy in A 40 K 40 ratios between micas and feldspars reported by Wetherill has been confirmed. Assuming no A40 to be inherited by potassium minerals, a branching ratio of 0.113 isExpand
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Thermochemistry of molybdates IV. Standard enthalpy of formation of lithium molybdate, thermodynamic properties of the aqueous molybdate ion, and thermodynamic stabilities of the alkali-metal
Abstract The enthalpy changes of the processes: Moo 3 +2 LiOH(aq , 0.2 mol dm −3 = Li 2 MoO 4 ( AQ )+ H 2 O(L) ; δH=−(18.54±0.04) kcal th mol −1 and Li 2 MoO 4 ( c )= Li 2 MoO 4 ( aq );Expand
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Olfactory esthesioneuroblastoma.
Esthesioneuroblastomas are malignant tumours, usually of slow, invasive growth and low metastatic rate. Skeletal destruction must be assumed to be common, but is often demonstrable only byExpand