Iron-60 evidence for early injection and efficient mixing of stellar debris in the protosolar nebula

@inproceedings{Dauphas2007Iron60EF,
  title={Iron-60 evidence for early injection and efficient mixing of stellar debris in the protosolar nebula},
  author={N. Dauphas and D. Cook and A. Sacarabany and C. Frohlich and A. M. Davis and M. Wadhwa and A. Pourmand and T. Rauscher and R. Gallino},
  year={2007}
}
  • N. Dauphas, D. Cook, +6 authors R. Gallino
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • Among extinct radioactivities present in meteorites, Fe (t1/2 = 1.49 Myr) plays a key role as a high-resolution chronometer, a heat source in planetesimals, and a fingerprint of the astrophysical setting of solar system formation. A critical issue with Fe is that it could have been heterogeneously distributed in the protoplanetary disk, calling into question the efficiency of mixing in the solar nebula or the timing of Fe injection relative to planetesimal formation. If this were the case, one… CONTINUE READING
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