McConville, P., Boyce, A.J., Fallick, A.E., Harte, B., and Scott, E.M. (2000) Sulphur isotope variations in diagenetic pyrite from core plug to sub-millimetre scales. Clay Minerals, 35(1), pp. 303-311. (doi:10.1180/000985500546675)
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Sulphur isotope ratio measurements (delta(34)S) of diagenetic pyrite an commonly used to identify S sources and mechanisms of sulphide formation in basinal sediments. This study reports: such data For a diagenetic pyrite nodule from the Brent Group sandstones of the northern North Sea at three sampling scales: 50 cm (core subsample), 500 mu m (laser microprobe) and 50 mu m (ion microprobe), Similar delta(34)S variations are found by the laser and ion microprobe techniques. There is a very wide range in delta(34)S ( lt -10 parts per thousand to gt +500 parts per thousand) within the nodule and isotopically heavy S (delta(34)S gt +20 parts per thousand) is common at all scales. The nodule delta(34)S distribution does not fit a Rayleigh fractionation pattern. The laser microprobe sampling at 100-500 mu m scales seems to be adequate to characterize S isotope variations in this material.
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||Fallick, Professor Anthony and Boyce, Professor Adrian|
|Authors:||McConville, P., Boyce, A.J., Fallick, A.E., Harte, B., and Scott, E.M.|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QE Geology|
|College/School:||College of Science and Engineering > Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre|
|Journal Name:||Clay Minerals|
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