Molybdenum Nucleosynthetic Dichotomy Revealed in Primitive Meteorites

@inproceedings{Dauphas2002MolybdenumND,
  title={Molybdenum Nucleosynthetic Dichotomy Revealed in Primitive Meteorites},
  author={Nicolas Dauphas and Bernard Marty and Laurie Reisberg},
  year={2002}
}
The collapse of the presolar cloud gave rise to a global homogenization of material available to form the Sun and planets. In the resulting, presumably homogeneous solar system, the nuclides are present in proportions referred to as their cosmic abundances. Here we report molybdenum isotopic compositions of bulk samples and leachate fractions of the primitive meteorites Orgueil and Allende. Two complementary nucleosynthetic components are revealed in Orgueil. One (Mo-m) is enriched in s-process… CONTINUE READING

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