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The classification and complex thermal history of the enstatite chondrites
We have carried out instrumental neutron activation analyses of 11 enstatite chondrites and electron microprobe analyses of 17 enstatite chondrites, most of which were previously little described. WeExpand
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Chemical and physical studies of type 3 chondrites XII: The metamorphic history of CV chondrites and their components
Cosmochemistry Group, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701, USAIPresent address: Natural Science Division, Missouri Baptist College, St.Expand
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Abstract Spectral reflectivity data and its location near an orbital resonance suggest that Asteroid 6 Hebe may be the source body for H-chondrites, the second largest meteorite group. RecentExpand
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Chondrules: Their Diversity and the Role of Open-System Processes during Their Formation
Abstract After classification into compositional groups using their cathodoluminescence properties, chondrules were chiseled from sections of the least metamorphosed ordinary chondrites, SemarkonaExpand
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Photomosaics of the cathodoluminescence of 60 sections of meteorites and lunar samples
[1] Cathodoluminescence (CL) petrography provides a means of observing petrographic and compositional properties of geological samples not readily observable by other techniques. We report theExpand
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Properties of chondrules in EL3 chondrites, comparison with EH3 chondrites, and the implications for the formation of enstatite chondrites
— The study of chondrules provides information about processes occurring in the early solar system. In order to ascertain to what extent these processes played a role in determining the properties ofExpand
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The thermal and radiation exposure history of lunar meteorites
We have measured the natural and induced thermoluminescence (TL) of seven lunar meteorites in order to examine their crystallization, irradiation, and recent thermal histories. Lunar meteorites haveExpand
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The natural thermoluminescence of meteorites: 5. Ordinary chondrites at the Allan Hills Ice Fields
Natural thermoluminescence (TL) data have been obtained for 167 ordinary chondrites from the ice fields in the vicinity of the Allan Hills in Victoria Land, Antarctica, in order to investigate theirExpand
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The irradiation history of the Ghubara (L5) regolith breccia
We measured cosmic ray products-noble gases, radionuclides, thermoluminescence, and nuclear tracks-and trace element contents and mineralogy of samples of three orthogonal and mutually intersectingExpand
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