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Nanoscale Infrared Characterization of Dark Clasts and Fine-Grained Rims in CM2 Chondrites: Aguas Zarcas and Jbilet Winselwan
(American Chemical Society, 2021)
Carbonaceous chondrites are among the most primitive meteorites that escaped extreme temperatures and melting in their parent bodies and, as such, offer valuable records of the parent body origins, formation, and evolution. ...
Thermal metamorphic history of Antarctic CV3 and CO3 chondrites inferred from the first- and second-order Raman peaks of polyaromatic organic carbon
(Mineralogical Soc Amer, 2021)
Parent body thermal metamorphism is an important process that alters the structure of organic matter in the parent asteroid of meteorites. Increasing and progressing thermal metamorphism results in carbonization and ...