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Coexisting Chalcophile and Lithophile Uranium in Qingzhen (EH3) Chondrite

Rambaldi, E. R. and Rajan, R. S. and Murrell, M. T. and Burnett, D. S. (1984) Coexisting Chalcophile and Lithophile Uranium in Qingzhen (EH3) Chondrite. Meteoritics, 19 (4). p. 295. ISSN 0026-1114 . https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20150427-121135999

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Abstract

Mineralogical and textural studies of Qingzhen have shown that it is highly unequilibrated and that it contains a population of chondrules and isolated enstatite grains which preserve the record of more oxidizing nebular conditions (Rambaldi et al., 1983, 1984). Even though in the majority of cases these objects have been affected by various degrees of reduction, some still contain silicates with high (up to 10%) FeO contents.


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Official Citation:Coexisting Chalcophile and Lithophile Uranium in Qingzhen (EH3) Chondrite Rambaldi, E. R.; Rajan, R. S.; Murrell, M. T.; Burnett, D. S. Meteoritics, Vol. 19, p.295 12/1984
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