Data for: Selenium isotope and S-Se-Te elemental systematics along the Pacific-Antarctic ridge: Role of mantle processes

Published: 24 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/jj87b7jd57.1
Aierken Yierpan


This dataset includes Main Text Table 1-3 and Electronic Annex-Supplementary Tables S1-S3. Table 1. Selenium isotope composition and Se–Te abundances of geological reference materials and a randomly selected PAR MORB glass reported in this study and literature. Table 2. Selenium isotope composition, S–Se–Te abundances, and selected major element composition of the studied PAR glasses. Table 3. Summary of model parameters used for the near-fractional melting of a MORB mantle. Supplementary Table S1. Selenium isotope analysis of MH-495 (inter-laboratory standard solution; 30 ng mL−1 Se) during the course of this study. Supplementary Table S2. Compilation of trace element concentrations analyzed in this study (solution iQAP-Qc quadrupole ICP-MS) together with the major/trace element and radiogenic/stable isotope composition in the literature for the studied PAR glasses. Supplementary Table S3. Trace element concentrations of BHVO-2 (USGS reference material) analyzed in this study as a quality control standard.



Ion Exchange Chromatography Applications, Pacific Ocean, Selenium, Mid-Ocean Ridge, Geostandards Material, Sulfur, Tellurium, Chalcophile Element, Non-Traditional Isotope Geochemistry, Mantle Isotope Geochemistry