Iodine-xenon dating

Timothy Swindle, F. A. Podosek

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Abstract

The most readily and widely studied of the extinct radionuclides in meteorites is 129I, and there is an extensive data base for meteorite chronology based on this isotope, but also significant uncertainty about how to interpret many of the data. If the data are interpreted as a straightforward chronology, a time span is inferred for most meteorite classes that appears too long for the events being dated to have taken place in the nebula. -Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMeteorites and the early solar system
EditorsJ.F. Kerridge, M.S. Matthews
PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press
Pages1127-1146
Number of pages20
StatePublished - 1988
Externally publishedYes

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iodine
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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Swindle, T., & Podosek, F. A. (1988). Iodine-xenon dating. In J. F. Kerridge, & M. S. Matthews (Eds.), Meteorites and the early solar system (pp. 1127-1146). University of Arizona Press.

Iodine-xenon dating. / Swindle, Timothy; Podosek, F. A.

Meteorites and the early solar system. ed. / J.F. Kerridge; M.S. Matthews. University of Arizona Press, 1988. p. 1127-1146.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Swindle, T & Podosek, FA 1988, Iodine-xenon dating. in JF Kerridge & MS Matthews (eds), Meteorites and the early solar system. University of Arizona Press, pp. 1127-1146.
Swindle T, Podosek FA. Iodine-xenon dating. In Kerridge JF, Matthews MS, editors, Meteorites and the early solar system. University of Arizona Press. 1988. p. 1127-1146
Swindle, Timothy ; Podosek, F. A. / Iodine-xenon dating. Meteorites and the early solar system. editor / J.F. Kerridge ; M.S. Matthews. University of Arizona Press, 1988. pp. 1127-1146
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