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Central European Geology
Authors: Attila Demény, Géza Nagy, Bernadett Bajnóczi, Tibor Németh, József Garai, Vadym Drozd, and Ernst Hegner

1995 H isotope fractionation due to hydrogen-zinc reactions and its implications on D/H analysis of water samples Chemical Geology 121 19 25

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H.P. Larson 1989 Isotopic abundance ratios for hydrogen and oxygen in the martian atmosphere Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 21

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G.R. Moore 1982 Reduction of water with zinc for hydrogen isotope analysis Analytical Chemistry 54 6 993 995

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Assessment of petroleum biodegradation using stable hydrogen isotopes of individual saturated hydrocarbon and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon distributions in oils from the Upper Indus Basin, Pakistan Organic Geochemistry

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Central European Geology
Authors: József Fekete, Csanád Sajgó, István Horváth, Zoltán Kárpáti, István Vetõ, and Magdolna Hetényi

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The geochemical facies of Hungarian thermal waters were the object of this study. Samples were separated into groups by relative ages (δ18O values). Mature and immature subgroups were formed on the basis of dissolved (semi)volatile organic compounds. The oldest (connate) waters form one group with a small number of samples. The subgroups containing different small molecular-sized soluble aromatics differ sharply in their chemical features (sodium, hydrogen carbonate, iodine, ammonium etc. content). The origin of the organic matter may differ in the subgroups as inferred by their different δ18O values and ten times greater halogen contents.

Our results show that the decomposition of organic matter produces small molecular-sized aromatic compounds and also influences the amounts of inorganic components in thermal waters, through the increase of feldspar hydrolysis and carbonate dissolution.

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References Y. Bottinga 1969 Calculated fractionation factors for carbon and hydrogen isotope exchange in the system calcite-carbon dioxide-graphite-methane-hydrogen

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Authors: Nada Horvatinčić, Jadranka Barešić, Ines Krajcar Bronić, Bogomil Obelić, Krisztina Kármán, and István Fórizs

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Radioactive isotope tritium (3H) and stable isotopes of hydrogen (2H/1H) and oxygen (18O/16O) were measured during 2010 in the Sava River, precipitation and groundwater at 3 monitoring wells and 1 production well of the Petruševec aquifer, close to the Sava River in the Zagreb area. Significant increase of 3H activity in the Sava River was observed in June, (200 ± 20) TU, and in groundwater of all wells with damped response (maximum 60 TU) and with delay of 3–5 months related to the Sava River. This increase was explained by release of tritiated water from the Krško Nuclear Power Plant, 30 km upstream from Zagreb in the beginning of June 2010. Stable isotope analyses showed similar range of δ2H and δ18O values for the Sava River and groundwater samples with higher variations in surface water. Differences in monthly variations of δ18O values between particular monitoring wells, together with 3H values, indicated different infiltration times of surface water of the Sava River to different wells of the Petruševec aquifer.

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. C.M. Graham R.S. Harmon S.M.F. Sheppard 1984 Experimental hydrogen isotope studies: Hydrogen

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. T. Chacko D. Cole J. Horita 2001 Equilibrium oxygen, hydrogen and carbon isotope fractionation

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Central European Geology
Authors: Zsófia Pálos, István János Kovács, Dávid Karátson, Tamás Biró, Judit Sándorné Kovács, Éva Bertalan, Anikó Besnyi, György Falus, Tamás Fancsik, Martina Tribus, László Előd Aradi, Csaba Szabó, and Viktor Wesztergom

partitioning coefficient between high-Ca clinopyroxene and melt for high alumina basalts and nominally alumina-free synthetic ones. The Al content of the melt greatly influences the hydrogen incorporation through two mechanisms: the hydroxyl defects may be

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