Unusual large chromite crystals in the Saint Aubin iron meteorite

@article{Fehr2004UnusualLC,
  title={Unusual large chromite crystals in the Saint Aubin iron meteorite},
  author={Karl Thomas Fehr and Alain Carion},
  journal={Meteoritics \& Planetary Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={39}
}
  • K. Fehr, A. Carion
  • Published 1 August 2004
  • Geology, Materials Science
  • Meteoritics & Planetary Science
Abstract— In the Saint Aubin octahedrite, chromite crystals of up to 3 cm occur enclosed in the metal phase. They are twinned along [111] according to the spinel law and display pseudohexagonal shapes in cross‐sections. The crystals are homogeneous and exhibit compositions close to pure chromite endmember. Vanadium is the only additional element observed in appreciable amounts of up to 0.73 wt%. Chromite in the Saint Aubin meteorite crystallized from liquids with very low amounts of Cr and O… 
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