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The Chlorine Isotope Composition of the Moon and Implications for an Anhydrous Mantle

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Science  05 Aug 2010:
1192606
DOI: 10.1126/science.1192606

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  • The Chlorine Isotope Composition of the Moon and Implications for an Anhydrous Mantle
    Z. D. Sharp, C. K. Shearer, K. D. McKeegan, J. D. Barnes, and Y. Q. Wang

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