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1987) Eikenberg et al. (1993) Wetherill (1953) 244 Pu Alexander et al. (1975) Hudson et al. 5 ≡100 ≡100 ≡100 Table 5. Some nuclear reactions producing noble gases. 5 × 107 3 *See Ballentine and Burnard (2002, this volume) for details and production rates in different compositions. Table 6. Radioactive noble gas nuclides. 82 days Source Ca(n, α)37Ar 39 K(n,p)39Ar Spallation reactions Spallation reactions 226 Ra decay 40 Table 7. Some physical and chemical properties of noble gases. a potential (eV)c radius(Å)b potential (eV)c No.

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