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GERM Database Search Results        
Reservoir Z Element Value Median SD Low High N Unit Info Reference Source(s)
Moon 13 Al 5.8           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 20 Ca 6.4           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon   e182W -0.8             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 50 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.2             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 60 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.3             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 70 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 50 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.3             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 60 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.4             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 70 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.1             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 30 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.6             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 40 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.8             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 45 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.4             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 30 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.8             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 40 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 45 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.2             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 50 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.4             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 60 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.5             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 70 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.8             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 30 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.1             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 40 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.2             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 45 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.3             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 50 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.5             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 60 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -1.6             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 70 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.6             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 45 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W 0.3             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 30 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon   e182W -0.3             Predicted 182W isotopic compositions for Lunar initial, present-day lunar mantle, and present-day Silicate Earth given the parameters of a Bulk Solar system initial 182W value ranging from -5.0 to -3.5 and that a giant impact occured at 40 million years. Halliday 2004 Walter et al. 2000
Kleine et al. 2002
Newsom 1990
Halliday 2000
Moon 26 Fe 9           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Total Fe from FeO + Fe. Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 19 K 0.01           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 12 Mg 17.4           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 25 Mn 0.03           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 11 Na 0.09           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 28 Ni 0.5           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 14 Si 18.6           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
Moon 22 Ti 0.34           ppm Model major element composition of the Moon as first noted by Ganapathy and Anders 1974. The moon is notably depleted in the alkali elements which could have been an effect of the high temperature of chondrule formation.  Morgan et al. 1978 Ganapathy & Anders 1974
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