Makishima et al. (1992) The origin of p-isotopes and their isotopic anomalies, Geochemistry, 26, 41-50, doi:10.14934/chikyukagaku.26.41. < 20200507103733-930850 > pub
  • abstract:

    The origin of p-isotopes (proton rich isotopes) and their isotopic anomalies are reviewed in this article. The p-isotopes (84Sr,124Xe, 130Ba, 144Sm, 196Hg, etc.) are heavy isotopes (A≧74) which cannot be synthesized by s-process or r-process. The p-isotopes are considered to be produced by the transmutation of heavy elements into lighter p-isotopes via a series of (γ, n), (γ, p) and (γ, α) reactions in supernovae. We can constrain the site and the condition of nucleosynthesis in supernovae from abundances of the p-isotopes. The isotopic anomalies of the p-isotopes of Xe, Cd and Sn are found in acid residues of the Allende carbonaceous chondrite. The anomalies of 84Sr and 144Sm are also found in the Allende FUN inclusions. They are considered to be presolar origin. The anomalies of 196Hg are found, however, their origin still remains enigmatic. The anomaly of Mo isotopic abundances is found in the Sikhote-Alin iron meteorite. The anomaly can be explained by (γ, n) reaction chains of Mo. The further study of the Mo anomaly will give us interesting informations not only about the p-process, but also about the r-process effect on 93Nb, the double β--decay of 96Zr, and the (γ, n) reaction chain of 99Tc.

  • doi: 10.14934/chikyukagaku.26.41
  • modified at 2020-05-12
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  • Makishima, Akio
  • Qi−Lu
  • Masuda, Akimasa