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Comparing the Chemical Compositions of the Sun and Earth

By C. H. Lineweaver and J. A. Robles

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Abstract. We compare the solar and terrestrial bulk elemental compositions. We show that the Sun and Earth share the same refractory elemental abundances, and that, to first order, the Earth is a devolatilized piece of the Sun left over from the Sun’s formation. We discuss the advantages of an aluminium normalization for this comparison over the traditional silicon normalization. 1

Year: 2013
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