Manych (LL3.4)

Country: Russia
State/District: Stavropol region
Date of fall/find: Fell 1951, October 20 1530hrs MT
Total known weight: 3.555 kg
Number of pieces: 2
Type: Ordinary chondrite, unequilibrated
Shock stage: S4

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One stone of 1.86kg was found in 1951 and another, 1695g, in 1952, V.G.Gnilovskoi, Priroda, 1952, 41, p.100 (M.A.12-611), E.L.Krinov, Meteoritika, 1955, 12, p.29. Listed, with references, K.Keil, Fortschr. Min., 1960, 38, p.240. Analysis, M.I.Dyakonova, Meteoritika, 1964, 25, p.129. Mean composition of unequilibated olivines, Fa24.9, R.T.Dodd et al., GCA, 1967, 31, p.921. I-Xe dating, F.A.Podosek and C.M.Hohenberg, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1970, 8, p.443. Hg abundance, N.A.Ozerova et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.569. Trace element concentrations, C.M.Binz et al., GCA, 1976, 40, p.59. Classification, an LL3 chonderite, R.T.Dodd and E.Jarosewich, Meteoritics, 1979, 14, p.380. Subclassification, TL data, C.L.Melcher et al., Meteoritics, 1980, 15, p.332 (abs.), E.Anders and M.G.Zadnik, GCA, 1985, 49, p.1281. Study of droplet chondrules, L.C.Klein et al., LPSC, 1980, 11, p.560 (abs.). Chemical variations, bulk analysis, 20.75% total Fe, E.Jarosewich and R.T.Dodd, Meteoritics, 1981, 16, p.83. Br and Se contents, D.Wang et al., Papers 10th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1985, p.15. Composition of bulk and mineral phases of anorthite-bearing chondrule, J.N.Grossman and A.E.Rubin, LPSC, 1986, 17, p.293 (abs.). Elemental composition of chondrule minerals, A.E.Rubin, Meteoritics, 1986, 21, p.283. Study of accretionary structures, A.Y.Skripnik, LPSC, 1988, 19, p.1091 (abs.). Major and trace element data, shock facies, weathering state, G.W.Kallemeyn et al., GCA, 1989, 53, p.2747. Analysis of kamacite, A.E.Rubin, GCA, 1990, 54, p.1219. Oxygen isotopic composition, R.N.Clayton et al., GCA, 1991, 55, p.2317. Shock classification, Cu content, A.E.Rubin, Meteoritics, 1994, 29, p.93. Plagioclase-bearing chondrules contain isotopically normal Mg, I.D.Hutcheon and R.H.Jones, LPSC, 1995, 26, p.647 (abs.). REE abundance pattern, K.Shinotsuka and M.Ebihara, LPSC, 1995, 26, p.1293 (abs.). Petrology, texture, size, and chemical compsition of compound chondrules, J.T.Wasson et al., GCA, 1995, 59, p.1847. Porosity, C.M.Corrigan et al., MAPS, 1997, 32, p.509. Mineralogy and chemical composition of dark inclusion, T.Kojima et al., Papers 24th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1999, p.82 (abs.). Study of dark inclusion, T.Kojima et al., Antarct. Meteorite Res., 2000, (13), p.39. Magnetic susceptibility, P.Rochette et al., MAPS, 2003, 38, p.251. Porosity, D.T.Britt and G.J.Consolmagno, MAPS, 2003, 38, p.1161.

ID#: 4309
Description: Slice
Size: 1.8 x 1.3 x 0.5 cm
Weight: 1.411 gr

US$ 300.00


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