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Nitrogen Isotope Fractionation and its Consequence for Titan's Atmospehric Evolution

Nitrogen Isotope Fractionation and its Consequence for Titan's Atmospehric Evolution

Publication date: 02 April 2000

Authors: Lammer, H. et al.

Journal: Planetary and Space Science
Volume: 48
Issue: 6
Page: pp. 529-543
Year: 2000

Copyright: 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd

We investigated electron dissociative recombination of N+2 ions, electron impact dissociation of N2 molecules, nonthermal exothermic ionosphere-related photochemical reactions, atmospheric sputtering via solar wind and magnetospheric particles, solar wind pick-up and the loss of 14N to 14C via cosmic rays as possible sources of nitrogen isotope fractionation in Titan's atmosphere where this molecule is the principal constituent.

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