Ar Age of Hornblende-bearing R Chondrite Lap

@inproceedings{Righter2014ArAO,
  title={Ar Age of Hornblende-bearing R Chondrite Lap},
  author={Kevin Righter and Michael A. Cosca and XI Mailcode},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: Chondrites have a complex chronology due to several variables affecting and operating on chondritic parent bodies such as radiogenic heating, pressure and temperature variation with depth, aqueous alteration, and shock or impact heating [1]. Unbrecciated chondrites can record ages from 4.56 to 4.4 Ga that represent cooling in small parent bodies. Some brecciated chondrites exhibit younger ages (<<4 to 4.4 Ga) that may reflect the age of brecciation, disturbance, or shock and… CONTINUE READING

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