The chemical composition of some stony meteorites

@inproceedings{Wiik1956TheCC,
  title={The chemical composition of some stony meteorites},
  author={H. B. Wiik},
  year={1956}
}
Abstract New evidence is presented for the existence of two main groups among the chondrites. These are the H and L groups of Urey and Craig (1953), with 28 and 22 per cent total iron, respectively. Subdivision of the H-group into subgroups of different chemical composition is discussed. New analyses of twenty-one stony meteorites, including eleven carbonaceous chondrites, are presented. 

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