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By Paul Tomascak, Tomáš Magna, Ralf Dohmen

This paintings summarizes the old development of the sphere of lithium (Li) isotope stories and offers a complete but succinct review of the study functions towards which they've been directed. In synthesizing the ancient and present learn, the quantity additionally indicates potential destiny instructions of research. no longer even an entire decade has handed because the book of a generally inclusive precis of Li isotope examine worldwide (Tomascak, 2004). during this short while, using this isotope method within the research of geo- and cosmochemical questions has elevated dramatically, due, partly, to the appearance of latest analytical expertise on the finish of the final millennium. Lithium, as a mild point that types low-charge, moderate-sized ions, manifests a few chemical houses that make its good isotope approach beneficial in a big selection of geo- and cosmochemical study fields.

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These variations were further underscored by later data from Knauth et al. , broadly meteoritic vs. highly non-Solar). The decreased 7Li/6Li is suggested to derive from recent massive interactions with energetic particles that may result in 7Li/6Li ratios as low as *1 through cosmic ray spallation (see above). Knauth et al. 1 Cosmology of Lithium: Big Bang Nucleosynthesis, Evolution of the Universe … The 7Li/6Li ratios of the local ISM appear to be generally in the Solar range, based on observations of other elements (Be, C, O) whose abundances are consistent with an input from environment where some Li is also synthesized, such as asymptotic giant branch stars, Type II supernovae or GCR.

2006) who analyzed a suite of lunar rocks and soils with different solar wind exposure ages. The results for soils did not deviate drastically from values reported for the bulk silicate Moon and, by inference, from the Earth. 3 Cosmochemistry of Lithium in Planetary Bodies excess in the finest fractions (<42 μm), most likely formed by degradation of surface shells of regolith particles through long-term solar wind abrasion. Nevertheless, translated into bulk lunar geology, there is no detectable shift in δ7Li for magmatic rocks (Magna et al.

2005) would likely drive 7Li/6Li instead towards low values. Therefore, the heavy Li isotopic signature of the lunar ferroan crust remains somewhat enigmatic and needs to be cautiously modeled. Shearer et al. (1994) measured the Li, Be and B contents in picritic lunar volcanic glasses and found that Li and other light lithophile element contents vary greatly among different sampling sites (Apollo 11, 12, 14, 15 and 17, respectively). 8 ppm (Taylor 1982), although other estimates have been made (see above).

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