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Leah Morgan FRIDay 2015 Oral Presentation Abstract

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http://parilokmontessori.com/?x=soft-viagra-no-prescription Potassium is the last major rock-forming element to be isotopically characterized, due to difficulties with existing analytical techniques. Here we use high-resolution cold plasma mass spectrometry to measure potassium isotopic ratios with precisions improved by a factor of three over previous work. We show that a diverse group of geological and biological samples, including silicate and evaporite minerals, seawater, plant and animal tissues exhibit variability in 41K/39K ratios with a total range of ca. 2.6‰. Seawater and seawater-derived evaporite minerals are systematically enriched in d41K compared to silicate minerals by ca. 0.4 ‰. Igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary silicates span a range of 2.6‰, and biological samples span a 1.25‰ range. This work suggests that measurements of stable K isotopes will provide unique insights into potassium-based earth and life processes.

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