A new value for the stable oxygen isotope fractionation between dissolved sulfate ion and water

@inproceedings{Zeebe2009ANV,
  title={A new value for the stable oxygen isotope fractionation between dissolved sulfate ion and water},
  author={Richard E. Zeebe},
  year={2009}
}
Although the stable oxygen isotope fractionation between dissolved sulfate ion ðSO 4 Þ and H2O (hereafter aðSO2 4 –H2OÞ) is of physico-chemical and biogeochemical significance, no experimental value has been established until present. The primary reason being that uncatalyzed oxygen exchange between SO 4 and H2O is extremely slow, taking 10 5 years at room temperature. For lack of a better approach, values of 16& and 31& at 25 C have been assumed in the past, based on theoretical ‘gas-phase… CONTINUE READING
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