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Nonracemic isovaline in the Murchison meteorite : Chiral distribution and mineral association
Enantiomeric Excesses in Meteoritic Amino Acids
Gas chromatographic-mass spectral analyses of the four stereoisomers of 2-amino-2,3-dimethylpentanoic acid obtained from the Murchison meteorite show that the L enantiomer occurs in excess, indicative of an asymmetric influence on organic chemical evolution before the origin of life.
The Organic Content of the Tagish Lake Meteorite
Analysis of the Tagish Lake meteorite has shown this carbonaceous chondrite to contain a suite of soluble organic compounds that provides insight into an outcome of early solar chemical evolution that differs from any seen so far in meteorites.
The Nature and Distribution of the Organic Material in Carbonaceous Chondrites and Interplanetary Dust Particles
1182. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-
Nitrogen-containing compounds in two CR2 meteorites: 15N composition, molecular distribution and precursor molecules
Isotopic and molecular analyses of hydrocarbons and monocarboxylic acids of the Murchison meteorite.
Molecular and compound-specific isotopic characterization of monocarboxylic acids in carbonaceous meteorites
The carbon isotopic distribution of Murchison amino acids
Isotopic analyses of nitrogenous compounds from the Murchison meteorite: ammonia, amines, amino acids, and polar hydrocarbons.