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Wed, 13 Nov 1996 18:53:01 +0100
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Dear Isotopes Guys,

Does anybody know the O fractionation between oxygen (gas) and water (liquid) ?
I'm interested in radiolysis of water, which produce O2 and H2 : H2O = H2 +
0,5 O2
The H isotope effect of radiolysis is investigated by Ambar et Meyerstein
(1965).
Does anybody know the O isotope effect ?
If not, do you think fractionation of O during synthesis of water (H2 + 0,5
O2 = H2O) may be equivalent to the radiolyse of water ?

Many thanks in advance to all who will respond,

Laurent POURCELOT


Ambar et Meyerstein (1965), Journal of Physical Chemistry (29) 698-700

Laurent POURCELOT
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