Hydrogen-isotope Constraints on the Origin and Evolution of the Carbonaceous Chondrites

@inproceedings{Eiler2003HydrogenisotopeCO,
  title={Hydrogen-isotope Constraints on the Origin and Evolution of the Carbonaceous Chondrites},
  author={John M. Eiler},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction: The carbonaceous chondrites are among the most primitive solid objects in the solar system and plausibly represent building blocks of the terrestrial planets, moons and asteroids [1,2]. Although they are generally less differentiated and metamorphosed than other meteorite groups, the car-bonaceous chondrites are compositionally and textur-ally diverse, in part reflecting processes acting on them after their accretion [3,4]. One of the more important of these processes was aqueous… CONTINUE READING