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MOSSBAUER STUDY ON IRON IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS AND MANGANESE NODULES
CHEN, SY; AMBE, S; ZHANG, GL(张桂林); TAKEMATSU, N; AMBE, F
1992
Source PublicationHYPERFINE INTERACTIONS
ISSN0304-3843
Volume70Issue:40912Pages:969
AbstractThe chemical states of iron in a deep-sea sediment, a manganese nodule and a nearshore sediment are studied before and after chemical leaching. The Mossbauer spectra of the manganese nodule after chemical leaching clearly revealed the presence of a ferrous component not identified in previons studies. The ferrous component in the deep-sea sediment and the manganese nodule are shown to originate in terrigenous materials transported from lands through the atmosphere.
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Language英语
Funding Project应物所项目组
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sinap.ac.cn/handle/331007/10073
Collection中科院上海原子核所2003年前
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CHEN, SY,AMBE, S,ZHANG, GL,et al. MOSSBAUER STUDY ON IRON IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS AND MANGANESE NODULES[J]. HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS,1992,70(40912):969.
APA CHEN, SY,AMBE, S,ZHANG, GL,TAKEMATSU, N,&AMBE, F.(1992).MOSSBAUER STUDY ON IRON IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS AND MANGANESE NODULES.HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS,70(40912),969.
MLA CHEN, SY,et al."MOSSBAUER STUDY ON IRON IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS AND MANGANESE NODULES".HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS 70.40912(1992):969.
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