Braunau (IIA)

Country: Czech Republic
State/District: Vychodocesky, Hradec Králové region
Date of fall/find: Fell 1847, July 14 0345
Total known weight: 39 kg
Number of pieces: 2
Type: Iron. Hexahedrite, shocked and annealed

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Two masses of about 22kg and 17kg fell at Hauptmannsdorf after detonations and appearance of a luminous cloud, C.C.Beinert, Ann. Phys., 1847, 72, p.70, M.H.Hey, Cat. Met., 1966, p.68. Structural description, N.A.Neumann, Haidinger's Naturwiss. Abhand. Wien, 1850, 3, (2), p.45. Analysis, E.Cohen, Meteoritenkunde, 1905, 3, p.207. Historical note, K.Tucek, Casopis Narod. Mus. Praha, 1947, 116, p.1 (M.A.10-398). The larger mass has been distributed, the smaller mass is preserved in Prague, Nat. Mus., M.H.Hey [loc. cit.]. Description, shock re-heating, V.F.Buchwald, Handbook of Iron Meteorites, Univ. of California, 1975, p.340, H.J.Axon, Min. Mag., 1968, 36, p.1139. Further analysis, 5.49% Ni, 61.5 ppm Ga, 183 ppm Ge, 12 ppm Ir, J.T.Wasson, GCA, 1969, 33, p.859. Be-10 data, cosmic-ray exposure age, C.Chang and H.Wänke, Meteorite Research, ed. P.M.Millman, D.Reidel, Dordrecht-Holland, 1969, p.397. Al-26 activity, H.Kammer, Meteoritics, 1973, 8, p.393 (abs.). Chemical analysis of metal and phosphide phases, K.P.Jochum et al., Z. Naturforsch., 1980, 35a, p.57. Sc abundance, M.Honda et al., Papers 10th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1985, p.174; see also, Papers 12th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1987, p.98 (abs.). Be-10 and Al-26 data, H.Nagai et al., GCA, 1993, 57, p.3705.

ID#: 4809
Description: Slice. Copies of old labels
Size: 3.2 x 2.6 x 0.15 cm
Weight: 7.472 gr

US$ 2,350.00


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