Isotopic Properties of Selected Elements
Part of the Minerals and Rocks book series (MINERALS, volume 9)
Until 1931 it was assumed that hydrogen consisted of only one isotope. Urey et al. (1932a, b) detected the presence of a second, heavy, stable isotope, which was called deuterium. Way et al. (1950) gave the following average abundances of the stable hydrogen isotope:
KeywordsStable Isotope Oxygen Isotope Isotope Fractionation Hydrogen Isotope Sulfur Isotope
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