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WHAT DOES CHONDRITIC MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Chondrites are stony meteorites that have not been modified due to melting or differentiation of the parent body. They are formed when various types of dust and small grains that were present in the early solar system accreted to form primitive asteroids. They are the most common type of meteorite that falls to Earth with estimates for the proportion of the total fall that they represent varying between 85.7% and 86.2%. Their study provides important clues for understanding the origin and age of the Solar System, the synthesis of organic compounds, the origin of life or the presence of water on Earth. One of their characteristics is the presence of chondrules, which are round grains formed by distinct minerals, that normally constitute between 20% and 80% of a chondrite by volume. Chondrites can be differentiated from iron meteorites due to their low iron and nickel content. Other non-metallic meteorites, achondrites, which lack chondrules, were formed more recently. There are currently over 27,000 chondrites in the world's collections. The largest individual stone ever recovered, weighing 1770 kg, was part of the Jilin meteorite shower of 1976.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CHONDRITIC» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHONDRITIC»
Discover the use of chondritic in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to chondritic and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Meteorites, Comets, and Planets: Treatise on Geochemistry, ...
1.05.3 CLASSIFICATION OF IDPS Based on the bulk chemistry, IDPs are divided
into two groups: (i) micrometer-sized chondritic particles and (ii) micrometer-sized
nonchondritic particles. A particle is defined as chondritic when magnesium, ...
A.M. Davis, 2005
Such a parage- nesis has previously been encountered only in anhydrous
chondritic aggregate IDPs strengthening the link between this type of IPDs and
comets (Hanner 1999) that is further supported by prevalence of Fe-poor, Mg-rich
BERNARD GRUN, 2001
The Mantle and Core: Treatise on Geochemistry, Second Edition
Treatise on Geochemistry, Second Edition R.W. Carlson. Figure 9 Ir/Au versus Al/
Si in various types of chondritic meteorites. Ir is an RSE and Al is an RLE. The
figure shows the parallel behavior of RSE and RLE. Enstatite chondrites (EH and
R.W. Carlson, 2005
Meteorites and the Early Solar System II
Chondritic meteorites have relative elemental abundances that closely mirror
those observed in the Sun. The exceptions to this are the most volatile elements (
C, N, and the noble gases), which would not be incorporated into solids until very
Dante S. Lauretta, Harry Y. McSween, 2006
Timescales of Magmatic Processes: From Core to Atmosphere
The radiogenic excess of ~20 ppm measured in all 'accessible' terrestrial
reservoirs suggests that part or all of the Earth's mantle evolved with an Sm/Nd
ratio 4 to 7% higher than chondritic for at least 4.53 Gyr. This early fractionation
Anthony Dosseto, Simon P. Turner, James A. Van-Orman, 2011
High Pressure Research in Mineral Physics
ULTRAHIGH-PRESSURE MELTING OF A MODEL CHONDRITIC MANTLE AND
PYROLITE COMPOSITIONS Eiji Ohtani Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of
Science, Ehime University Matsuyama 790, Japan High-Pressure Research in ...
Murli H. Manghnani, Yasuhiko Syono, 1987
Using Geochemical Data: Evaluation, Presentation, Interpretation
4.3.2 Presenting REE data Rare earth element concentrations in rocks are
usually normalized to a common reference standard, which most commonly
comprises the values for chondritic meteorites. Chondritic meteorites were
chosen because ...
Hugh R. Rollinson, 2014
Like all rare earth elements, Sm and Nd are “refractory lithophile elements” and
their relative abundances in chondritic meteorites are uniform. Traditionally, it has
been assumed that the Earth also had the same relative abundances of these ...
William M. White, 2013
Reflectance spectra of chondritic IDPs in the visible wavelength range show that
whereas most hydrous IDPs have spectra similar to carbonaceous chondrites
and C-type asteroids, many of the most porous anhydrous chondritic IDPs have ...
William Frederick Bottke, 2002
Meteors in the Earth's Atmosphere: Meteoroids and Cosmic ...
The major rock-forming element abundances in chondritic IDPs are within a
factor of 2 of the CI abundances. For a number of reasons pertaining to
hierarchical accretion. thermal or aqueous parent body alteration and
atmospheric entry flash ...
Edmond Murad, Iwan P. Williams, 2002
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHONDRITIC»
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Pure Ground announce new album Standard of Living on Chondritic …
So, specifically: these Pure Ground fellas are releasing a new album on the Chondritic Sound label (and via Avant Records and Sleepless ... «Tiny Mix Tapes, May 15»
Meteorites Date Moon-Forming Impact Event
15, 2013. It shows a beautiful contact between impact melt (dark material at top of image) and chondritic host (light material at bottom of image). «UANews, Apr 15»
Earth May Have Become Magnetic After Eating a Mercury-Like Object
They imagined a crust enriched in neodymium growing on the chondritic rocks out of which Earth was made. Collisions between these objects ... «Smithsonian, Apr 15»
3S Artspace sound artist residency begins with Saturday concert
... Hanson Records, Chondritic Sound, and most recently via his own Glistening Examples imprint. During this time, he's built a solid reputation ... «Seacoastonline.com, Apr 15»
NASA disclosed some Strange Surprises about Planet 'Mercury'
Altogether, this surface chemistry suggests the planet formed from material now seen in certain stony chondritic meteorites and cometary dust ... «Zine Report, Mar 15»
Load Records plans LP release of Timeghost's Cellular for March 17
Morosky actually previously self-released Cellular on CD, and Chondritic Sound put the album out on tape, but this is its first LP edition. Limited ... «Tiny Mix Tapes, Feb 15»
The pH of Enceladus' Ocean
The high pH is interpreted to be a key consequence of serpentinization of chondritic rock, as predicted by prior geochemical reaction path ... «Astrobiology News, Feb 15»
Meteorite mineral named after beer is time capsule
Known as chondritic meteorites, their history goes back some 4.6 billion years. At that time, our solar system was a vast disc of dust and gas, ... «New Scientist, Jan 15»
Study shows how planetary building blocks evolved from porous to …
Planetary scientists study chondritic meteorites to reconstruct planet ... in a level of particle squeezing that chondritic meteorites do not show. «UChicago News, Jan 15»
Remembering Don L. Anderson
CAI's are calcium-aluminum inclusions in chondritic meteorites and represent the very earliest solid materials formed in the solar system. «ScienceBlog.com, Jan 15»
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