Solar wind implantation supplied light volatiles during the frst stage of Earth accretion

@inproceedings{Pron2017SolarWI,
  title={Solar wind implantation supplied light volatiles during the frst stage of Earth accretion},
  author={Sandrine P{\'e}ron and Manuel Moreira and Benita Putlitz and Mark D. Kurz},
  year={2017}
}
doi: 10.7185/geochemlet.1718 The isotopic and elemental compositions of noble gases constitute a powerful tool to study volatile origin and evolution, due to their inertness, and can thus provide crucial information about the early stage of planetary formation. Two models are proposed to explain the light noble gas origin on Earth: the solar wind implantation model and the solar nebula gas dissolution model. However, noble gas measurements often show addition of air to the mantle-derived gas… CONTINUE READING

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