Iodine and Uranium in Sedimentary Rocks
The abundance of iodine and uranium in sedimentary rocks was determined by neutron activation analyses. The iodine content is higher in the sediments than in igneous rocks and the iodine concentrations follow the same general pattern as chlorine and bromine in sedimentary rocks and deep-sea sediments. The uranium concentrations in these sediments are in good agreement with previous estimates, except for two uranium-rich sandstones.
V. J. Becker et al., "Iodine and Uranium in Sedimentary Rocks," Chemical Geology, vol. 9, pp. 133-136, Elsevier, Oct 1972.
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