Mass Fractionation and Isotope Anomalies in Neon and Xenon
The neon and xenon isotope anomalies observed in meteorites can be interpreted in terms of a mass fractionation, which is common for both elements. It is not necessary to assume the existence of large excesses of fission-type xenon in carbonaceous and gas-rich chondrites.
P. K. Kuroda and O. Manuel, "Mass Fractionation and Isotope Anomalies in Neon and Xenon," Nature, vol. 227, pp. 1113 - 1116, Nature Publishing Group, Sep 1970.
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