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Implications from SNC meteorites

@inproceedings{Sohl1997ImplicationsFS,
  title={Implications from SNC meteorites},
  author={F. Sohl and T. Spohn},
  year={1997}
}
Two end-member models of Mars' present interior structure are presented: the first model is optimized to satisfy the geochemical data derived from the SNC meteorites in terms of the bulk chondritic ratio Fe/Si- 1.71, while the second model is optimized to satisfy the most probable maximum value C- 0.366 x Mprpof the polar moment of inertia factor. Hydrostatic equilibrium and stationary heat transfer are assumed, and the basic differential equations for the mechanical and thermal structure are… Expand
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