Data for: Patterns and Controls of Disequilibrium Isotope Effects in Speleothems: Insights from An Isotope-Enabled Diffusion-Reaction Model and Implications for Quantitative Thermometry
Published: 24 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/x466dyy34c.1
Table S1. Kinetic isotope fractionation factors associated with CO2 hydration, CO2 hydroxylation, and their reverse reactions at 15oC (the default model temperature). Table S2. Equilibrium isotopologue fractionation between carbonate solid (calcite) and HCO3- at 15oC (the default model temperature).
Isotope Geochemistry, Paleoclimate, Carbonate Sedimentology, Speleology