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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1964
American Mineralogist (1964) 49 (11-12): 1730-1736.
...Bartholomew Nagy; Christian A. Andersen Abstract Electron probe microanalysis of petrographic thin sections of the Orgueil carbonaceous meteorite has led to the determination of the chemical composition of some mineral constituents. The presence of breunnerite, an iron-magnesium carbonate mineral...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1962
Micropaleontology (1962) 8 (3): 343-346.
...Frank L. Staplin Abstract Analysis of a sample from the Orgueil meteorite which fell near Orgueil, France, in 1864, showed the presence of microfossils of unknown age and affinities, most of which resemble unicellular algae with acid-resistant pellicles, as well as a few Cretaceous microfossils...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1962
Micropaleontology (1962) 8 (3): 342-347.
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The three-dimensional shape of a selected magnetite plaquettes in <b>Orgueil</b>. ...
Published: 01 September 2016
Figure 2 The three-dimensional shape of a selected magnetite plaquettes in Orgueil. ( a ) Slice images of the FIB section. Arrow indicates the location of the plaquettes selected for CT. ( b ) The final compiled three-dimensional structure of the selected plaquette obtained by stacking successive
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SEM BSE image and EBSD data of magnetite plaquettes in <b>Orgueil</b>. ( a ) BSE i...
Published: 01 September 2016
Figure 4 SEM BSE image and EBSD data of magnetite plaquettes in Orgueil. ( a ) BSE image of the selected plaquettes. The location of the analyzed spot shown in Figure 3 is indicated by a yellow cross. ( b ) IPF map of the selected plaquettes. IPF map legend indicates crystal orientation. Grains
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Chondrite-normalized (CI-type <b>Orgueil</b>;  Horan  et al. , 2003 ) platinum-gro...
Published: 01 February 2014
F ig . 7. Chondrite-normalized (CI-type Orgueil; Horan et al. , 2003 ) platinum-group element (PGE) patterns for the Bon Accord trevorite deposit. The data are replotted from those reported by Tredoux et al. ( 1989 ). The green diamonds represent material from the deposit core and the blue
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Comparison of thermal release of  132 Xe from <b>Orgueil</b> nanodiamonds ( Huss a...
Published: 01 January 2002
Figure 10. Comparison of thermal release of 132 Xe from Orgueil nanodiamonds ( Huss and Lewis 1994b ) with those from artificial nanodiamonds implanted with noble gas ions (according to Koscheev et al. 2001 ; sample UDD-1-1). Both show two release peaks. Shown is the percent release per °C
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2006
DOI: 10.1144/GSL.SP.2006.256.01.09
EISBN: 9781862395046
... by surface unit and by number of inhabitants, with 70 distinct meteorite falls recovered. The collection offers a diverse range of meteorites such as those containing rare presolar grains, the famous carbonaceous chondrite Orgueil (fall, 14 May 1864), the first martian meteorite, Chassigny (fall, 3 October...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 February 1965
GSA Bulletin (1965) 76 (2): 133-154.
... continents. The required concentrations of radioactive elements appear to be in reasonable agreement with existing measurements if the primitive undifferentiated Earth resembled the meteorite Orgueil in its radioactive content. Copyright © 1965, The Geological Society of America, Inc. Copyright...
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BSE images of selected magnetite plaquettes observed in the CC samples. ( a...
Published: 01 September 2016
Figure 1 BSE images of selected magnetite plaquettes observed in the CC samples. ( a ) A cluster of magnetite plaquettes in Orgueil; some carbonate materials (C) are marked. ( b ) Abundant magnetite plaquettes were found within a healed fracture in Orgueil. ( c ) Spiral-like features
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Comparison of water yields and water oxygen isotopic compositions from Tagi...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 4. Comparison of water yields and water oxygen isotopic compositions from Tagish Lake, Orgueil (CI), and Murchison (CM) during stepped pyrolysis from 0 to 850 °C. The low- temperature (<250 °C) release peaks are probably due to adsorbed water. The second release peaks, in Tagish Lake
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Secondary phases in CI1 and CR1 chondrites. (a) Plane polarized light image...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 2. Secondary phases in CI1 and CR1 chondrites. (a) Plane polarized light image of Orgueil (CI1 chondrite) carbonate grains (carb, equant, arrowed) set within a dark phyllosilicate matrix; veining is due to sample drying and shrinkage; scale bar is 2 mm. (b) Secondary Electron Image (SEI
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Molybdenum isotope compositions in acid leachates from (a) Allende, (b) Org...
Published: 01 January 2016
Figure 21 Molybdenum isotope compositions in acid leachates from (a) Allende, (b) Orgueil, and (c) Murchison. Data sources: Dauphas et al. (2002a , 2002b) , Burkhardt et al. (2012b) . Error bars are the internal precision of individual isotopic run for samples with single measurement.
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Schematic petrological history of non-cratonic peridotite xenoliths and its...
Published: 01 January 2016
Figure 18 Schematic petrological history of non-cratonic peridotite xenoliths and its effects on their HSE signatures. Dotted bold line: PUM ( Becker et al. 2006 ). CI-chondrite (Orgueil) values for normalization are from Fischer-Gödde et al. (2010) .
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Orbits of some celestial bodies. ( A ) The orbit of the long-period comet H...
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Published: 01 February 2011
F igure 2 Orbits of some celestial bodies. ( A ) The orbit of the long-period comet Hyakutake, which extends to the Oort cloud. ( B ) Orbits of the Wild 2 Jupiter family comet (blue) and the Tagish Lake meteorite (green), as well as the preferred orbit for the Orgueil meteorite (adopting
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CI-chondrite normalized plots of (a) Carbonaceous, (b) Enstatite and (c) Or...
Published: 01 January 2016
from Horan et al. (2003) , Brandon et al. (2005a) , Fischer-Gödde et al. (2010) and van Acken et al. (2011) and CI-chondrite normalization to Orgueil is provided in Table 3 .
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Plot of the estimated concentrations of the HSE in the primitive mantle (PM...
Published: 01 January 2016
Figure 35 Plot of the estimated concentrations of the HSE in the primitive mantle (PM) double normalized to CI chondrite concentrations (Orgueil) and the ratio of Ir/CI. Error bars are not shown to aid in clarity. Palladium and Au values for PM only overlap with enstatite chondrite compositions
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CI-chondrite normalized HSE abundances of sulfides by LAM-ICP-MS. Left: Pur...
Published: 01 January 2016
) . CI-chondrite (Orgueil) values are from Fischer-Gödde et al. (2010) .
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CI-chondrite normalized HSE abundances of peridotites characteristic of per...
Published: 01 January 2016
Figure 9 CI-chondrite normalized HSE abundances of peridotites characteristic of percolation of S-undersaturated silicate melts. Data source: Handler and Bennett (1999) ; Kepezhinskas et al. (2002) ; Lorand et al. (2004) ; Becker et al. (2006) ; Wittig et al. (2010) . CI-chondrite (Orgueil
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Representative CI-chondrite normalized HSE abundances of peridotites charac...
Published: 01 January 2016
. (2010) . CI-chondrite (Orgueil) values are from Fischer-Gödde et al. (2010) . PUM: black dotted thick pattern ( Becker et al. 2006 ; Fischer-Gödde et al. 2011 ).