Fission and spallation xenon in meteorites

Clark, R. S. ; Rao, M. N. ; Kuroda, P. K. (1967) Fission and spallation xenon in meteorites Journal of Geophysical Research, 72 (20). pp. 5143-5148. ISSN 0148-0227

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Xenon isotope abundance data from other investigations have been analyzed with the aid of an IBM 7040 computer to determine by a least-squares method the best values for the isotope ratios of the fission and spallation xenon. The isotope ratios of Murray were used as the trapped or primordial component. The values obtained were: fission component (normalized to Xe136 = 1.00) Xe131 = 0.38, Xe 132 = 1.05, and Xe134 = 0.95; spallation or cosmogenic component (normalized to Xe130 = 1.00) Xe124 = 0.64, Xe126 = 1.07, Xe128 = 1.53, Xe131 = 3.73, and Xe132 = 0.62.

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