Moore County meteorites

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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1949
American Mineralogist (1949) 34 (7-8): 494–507.
...H. H. Hess; E. P. Henderson Abstract The Moore County meteorite in bulk composition resembles a Sudbury norite. The pyroxenes present were initially probably a single phase, pigeonite. This has undergone a complicated series of changes from which it is deduced that the temperature of the original...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1969
American Mineralogist (1969) 54 (7-8): 1101–1117.
...Nobuo Morimoto; Masayasu Tokonami Abstract Pigeonite crystals from the Moore County meteorite show oriented exsolutions of two augites parallel to (001) and (100). The host and the exsolved phases indicate two-dimensional agreement not only in orientation but also in cell dimensions along...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1936
American Mineralogist (1936) 21 (4): 215–229.
...E. P. Henderson; Harry T. Davis Abstract This meteorite fell April 21, 1913, at about 5:00 p.m., on the farm belonging to Mr. George C. Graves, located about 3 miles east of Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina, longitude 79° 23′ W., latitude 35° 25′ N. Mr. Graves had this specimen taken to his...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
American Mineralogist (2004) 89 (7): 1101–1109.
... + , 151 Eu + , and 153 Eu + . Absolute concentrations of the trace elements were calculated using the relationship between measured peak/ 30 Si + ratios normalized to known SiO 2 content and elemental abundance in the feldspar standards. Two feldspar standards, Moore County ( Schnetzler and Philpotts...
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