Data for: Early dolomite recrystallization at low temperature and pressure evidenced by coupling clumped isotopes thermometry with x-ray diffraction analysis

Published: 24 February 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7ym42j5wfy.1
Claire Veillard


XRD patterns and isotope data of 26 dolomite samples of the Marion Plateau (Site 816 and Site 1196). XRD Measurements were done at the Natural History Museum London with an XPERT-PRO diffractometer system over the 2theta range of 20-98 (CuKalpha). The step used was 0.017 [°2theta] with an integration time of 150 s. The position of the sensitive detector was 2.12 [°2theta] and the divergent slit size was 0.0626[°]. Isotopes oxygen, carbon and clumped isotopes data



Isotope Geochemistry, X-Ray Diffraction