Natural Magnetic Moments of Two Chondritic Meteorites

@article{Stacey1959NaturalMM,
  title={Natural Magnetic Moments of Two Chondritic Meteorites},
  author={F. D. Stacey and J. F. Lovering},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1959},
  volume={183},
  pages={529-530}
}
MOST of the secondary or chondritic meteorites are composed of irregular grains of silicate, sulphide, phosphide, oxide and metal phases. They are generally thought to be fragments of secondary meteorite bodies which were themselves accumulations of debris from disrupted primary bodies. The process of compaction of the secondary bodies does not appear to have been accompanied by sufficient heating to have melted any of the constituent phases1,2, which leads to the general conclusion that these… CONTINUE READING