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Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta is a journal indexed in SJR in Geochemistry and Petrology with an H index of 242. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,337 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: isotope, carbonate, implications, waters, stable, thermal, gold, data, carbonaceous, carbide, ...

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Aims and Scope

isotope, carbonate, implications, waters, stable, thermal, gold, data, carbonaceous, carbide, calatrava, apatitekinetics, cesium, chileimaging, chondrites, chondriteshydrogen, chondrule, caco·ho, budget, boundarythe, alga, apatite, atmospheric, authigenic, bacillus, barium, binding, bonding, bottom, bound,

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Abundance and isotopic composition of helium in hydrothermal sulfides from the East Pacific Rise at 13 ºN

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Acceptance Speech for the 1996 V. M. Goldschmidt Medal

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Alkenones in Gephyrocapsa oceanica: Implications for studies of paleoclimate

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An experimental investigation of radon diffusion in an anhydrous andesitic melt at atmospheric pressure: implications for radon degassing from erupting magmas

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An ion probe study of annual cycles of Sr/Ca and other trace elements in corals

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Anomalously low sodium MORB magmas: Evidence for depleted MORB or analytical artifact?

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Application of LP-ICP-MS to benthic foraminifers

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Behavior of the rare earth elements and other trace elements during interactions between acidic hydrothermal solutions and silicic volcanic rocks, southwestern Japan

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Calculated solution energies of heterovalent cations in forsterite and diopside: Implications for trace element partitioning

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Calculation of the 13C NMR shieldings of the C02 complexes of aluminosilicates

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Carbon isotope composition of Antarctic plants

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Cation ordering in orthopyroxenes from two stony-iron meteorites: implications for cooling rates and metal-silicate mixing

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Chemical dissolution of the galena (001) surface observed using electrochemical scanning tunneling microscopy

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Clay and acid catalysed isomerisation and cyclisation reactions of highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes: implications for sedimentary reactions and distributions

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CO 2 , 13 C/ 12 C and H 2 O variability in natural basaltic glasses: a study comparing stepped heating and ftir spectroscopic techniques

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