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Calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions with fractionation …

Calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions with fractionation and unknown nuclear effects (FUN CAIs): I. Mineralogy, petrology, and oxygen isotopic compositions By Alexander N. Krot, Kazuhide Nagashima, Gerald J. Wasserburg, Gary R. Huss, Dimitri A. Papanastassiou, …

Oxygen and magnesium isotope compositions of calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions …

1 10 (CAIs) from several Rumuruti (R) chondrites measured 20 17 30 resolvable excess of 40 -1-Oxygen and magnesium isotope compositions of calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions from Rumuruti (R) chondrites S. S. Rout1*, A. Bischoff1, K. Nagashima2, A. N. Krot2, G. R. Huss2, and K. Keil2

An isotopic and petrologic study of calcium-aluminum …

Abstract. We have studied the mineralogy and petrology of 229 calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) from ten CO3 meteorites of petrologic types 3.0–3.7. Subsets of these inclu

Titanium isotopes and rare earth patterns in CAIs: Evidence for …

aluminum, silicon, calcium, titanium, and iron in each CAI, were obtained. These maps were of relatively low quality, as the slabs were not polished prior to analysis. After sampling for isotopic analysis, each CAI was reexam-ined by SEM-EDS and the major

Primordial formation of major silies in a protoplanetary …

Abstract Understanding the spatial variability of initial 26 Al/ 27 Al in the solar system, i.e., (26 Al/ 27 Al) 0, is of prime importance to meteorite chronology, planetary heat production, and protoplanetary disc mixing dynamics.The (26 Al/ 27 Al) 0 of calcium-aluminum–rich inclusions (CAIs) in primitive meteorites (~5 × 10 −5) is frequently assumed to reflect the (26 Al/ 27 Al) 0 of

Chemical Processes in Igneous Calcium-Aluminum-rich Inclusions…

Calcium-,aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) and Al-rich chondrules reflect multiple processes in many different en-vironments. “type B1” CAI, which is characterized by a coarse-grained, melilite-rich mantle surrounding a core composed of meli-lite, spinel 11e,f

New constraints on the relationship between 26Al and oxygen, calcium…

calcium–aluminum-rich inclusions (CAI) common in CM chondrites. In contrast to previous studies, our analyses of 33 SHIBs and four SHIB-related objects obtained with high spatial resolution demonstrate that these CAIs have a uniform D17O value of (e.g., CR

Forsterite-bearing Type B refractory inclusions from CV3 …

calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (FoBs) from CV3 chondrites indies that they formed by varying degrees of melting of primitive precursor material that reseled amoeboid olivine aggregates. A continuous evolutionary sequence exists between those objects

Oxygen Isotopic Abundances in Calcium- Aluminum …

The oxygen isotopic compositions of two calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) from the unequilibrated ordinary chondrite meteorites Quinyaie and Semarkona are enriched in 16O by an amount similar to that in CAIs from carbonaceous chondrites. This may

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C. Lorenz, M. Ivanova, A. Krot, V. Shuvalov Geochemistry Available online 19 August 2019 LINK “Calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) are the oldest Solar System solids dated that formed by evaporation, condensation, aggregation and, sometimes, melting

Incorporation of 36 Cl into Calcium-Aluminum-Rich Inclusions in …

solar system materials, including calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs). Lin et al. [ ]inferaninitial36 Cl/ 35 Cl ratio of 1.6 × 10 4 in sodalite from the carbonaceous chondrite Ningqiang based on Al-Mg systematics. Also, relying upon Al-Mg systematics ratio of

Incorporation of 36Cl into Calcium-Aluminum-Rich …

We consider the short-lived radionuclide (SLR) 36Cl in calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) found in primitive meteorites with the solar wind implantation model. In this model, SLRs are produced via nuclear reaction with solar energetic particles (SEPs) interacting with gaseous targets in the protosolar atmosphere in T-Tauri stars. These SLRs are captured by the solar wind and

Accretion Desk: Meteorite Article in Meteorite-Times …

Calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) preserve a record of events in the earliest solar system, the timing of these events and the conditions under which they occurred. Recent technical (analytical instrumentation) and theoretical advances have enabled researchers to extract an astonishing wealth of new information from CAIs, such as:

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) 20150002917: Two …

Calcium-Aluminum rich inclusions (CAI) in Allende, along with other chondritic compo-nents, experienced variable amounts and types of alter-ation of their This banner text can have markup.

Refractory calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions and …

The metal-rich chondrites Hammadah al Hamra (HH) 237 and Queen Alexandra Range (QUE) 94411, paired with QUE 94627, contain relatively rare (<1 vol%) calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) and Al-diopside-rich chondrules. Forty CAIs and CAI fragments and seven Al-diopside-rich chondrules were identified in HH 237 and QUE 94411/94627. The CAIs, 50-400 mum in apparent diameter, …

PSRD: Making Sense of Droplets Inside Droplets

Chondrules and calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions in stony meteorites called chondrites are silie objects only fractions of a millimeter to several millimeters in diameter. Both formed during rapid heating events at the dawn of the solar system, before there were

IN SITU TRACE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF N ALLENDEA TYPE B1 CAI: …

IN SITU TRACE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF N ALLENDEA TYPE B1 CAI: EK-459-5-1. C.R. Jeffcoat1, A. Kerekgyarto trace element composition of calcium, aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) provide constraints onphysical and chemical conditions andstages of

Allende meteorite, Pueblito de Allende, Chihuahua, …

The white inclusions are known as Calcium-Aluminum inclusions. Fayalite-Forsterite Series, Meteoritic Iron This meteorite is classified as a carbonaceous chondrite,CV3, and was a witnessed fall on February 8, 1969 with a total known weight of two tons.

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Lead Isotopic Ages of Chondrules and Calcium-Aluminum-Rich Inclusions …

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Chemical evolution of metal in refractory inclusions in …

Calcium aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs) are refractory sol-ids that condensed early in the solar nebula (Grossman, 1972, 1980). The presence of oxygen isotopic anomalies in Allende CAIs (Clayton et al., 1973) stimulated many further investiga-tions of isotopic

Metamorphosed calcium‐aluminum‐rich inclusions in …

Metamorphosed calcium‐aluminum‐rich inclusions in CK carbonaceous chondrites Metamorphosed calcium‐aluminum‐rich inclusions in CK carbonaceous chondrites Chaumard, Noël; Devouard, Bertrand; Bouvier, Audrey; Wadhwa, Meenakshi 2014-03-01 00:00:00 Introduction Chondritic meteorites are composed of chondrules, calcium‐aluminum‐rich inclusions (CAIs), Fe‐Ni metal, and lithic clasts

Ca–Al-rich inclusions in carbonaceous chondrites: the …

P. Mane, M. Bose, and M. Wadhwa, “Resolved time difference between calcium aluminum rich inclusions and their Wark Lovering rims inferred from Al–Mg chronology of two inclusions from a CV3 carbonaceous chondrite,” Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 46, abstract

Growth of calcium–aluminum-rich inclusions by coagulation …

Growth of calcium–aluminum-rich inclusions by coagulation and fragmentation in a turbulent protoplanetary disk: Observations and simulations Sébastien Charnoza,b, , Jérôme Aléonc, Noël Chaumardd, Kévin Bailliéa,b, Esther Taillifeta,c a Institut de Physique du Globe, Paris, France

Wikizero - Inclusion minérale riche en calcium et en …

Les inclusions minérales riches en calcium et en aluminium, en anglais calcium-aluminium-rich inclusions ou Ca-Al-rich Inclusions (CAI), sont des enclaves réfractaires [a] de taille submillimétrique à centimétrique, formées essentiellement de minéraux notablement riches en calcium et en aluminium, qu''on trouve dans les météorites du type chondrite carbonée.