Effects of elevated pressures and of the mineral fraction of a sediment on the composition change in vanadyl porphyrins during thermolysis.

V. N. Burkova, Y. A. Glebovskaya, V. I. Reztsov, O. V. Serebrennikova, V. I. Titov

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    This paper is a continuation of a series on the effects of various physicochemical factors on the compositions of geoporphyrins. In all cases, the amounts of the vanadyl porphyrins were determined spectrophotometrically by the use of an extinction coefficient of 2.9X104liter/mol.cm at 575nm for vanadyl etioporphyrin. The compositions of the vanadyl porphyrins were examined by means of low-resolution mass spectrometry. -Journal summary

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)28-31
    Number of pages4
    JournalGeochemistry International
    Volume21
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 1984

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    • Geochemistry and Petrology
    • Geophysics

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    Burkova, V. N., Glebovskaya, Y. A., Reztsov, V. I., Serebrennikova, O. V., & Titov, V. I. (1984). Effects of elevated pressures and of the mineral fraction of a sediment on the composition change in vanadyl porphyrins during thermolysis. Geochemistry International, 21(3), 28-31.