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Aeolian driven silicate comminution unlikely to be responsible for the rapid loss of Martian methane

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posted on 2021-12-06, 10:05 authored by Graham PurvisGraham Purvis, Jon Telling, Corinne Wills, Casey Dixon, Lidija Šiller, Emmal Safi, john edgar
A dataset in support of results published in Icarus entitled "Aeolian driven silicate comminution unlikely to be responsible for the rapid loss of Martian methane"
containing

-FTIR spectra
-X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy spectra
-Nuclear magnetic resonance spectra
-Thermogravimetric-digital scanning calorimetry-mass spectrometry
-paramagnetic measurmants

Funding

UK Space Agency Aurora grants ST/R001421/1

UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), on grant number NS/A000015/1

ST/S001484/1 (to J.T.).

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  • Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences

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