Radial transport of refractory inclusions and their preservation in the dead zone

@inproceedings{Jacquet2011RadialTO,
  title={Radial transport of refractory inclusions and their preservation in the dead zone},
  author={Emmanuel Jacquet and S{\'e}bastien Fromang and Matthieu Gounelle},
  year={2011}
}
Calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) are the oldest solar system solids known in primitive meteorites (chondrites). They predate the other components by 1–2 Myr, and likely condensed within a short time interval, close to the Sun in the gaseous protoplanetary disk. Their preservation must counterbalance both the sunward drift caused by gas drag and the general inward motion of the entraining gas. We propose that an efficient outward transport of CAIs can be achieved by advection as a result… CONTINUE READING

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