Bjurböle (L/LL4)

Country: Finland
State/District: Nyland, Borga
Date of fall/find: Fell 1899, March 12 2230
Total known weight: 330 kg (approx.)
Number of pieces: 1
Type: Ordinary chondrite, friable
Shock stage: S1

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One stone fell through the sea-ice and broke into fragments, the largest of which weighed 80kg, the total weight being about 330kg, M.H.Hey, Cat. Met., 1966, p.57. Described and analyzed, W.Ramsay and L.H.Borgström, Bull. Comm. Geol. Finlande, 1902, (12), p.1. Olivine Fa26, B.Mason, GCA, 1963, 27, p.1011. Further analysis, 20.71% total Fe, H.von Michaelis et al., Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1969, 5, p.387. Mjor element composition of chondrules, L.S.Walter, Meteorite Research, ed. P.M.Millman, D.Reidel, Dordrecht-Holland, 1969, p.191. Ar-Ar dating, G.Turner, Meteorite Research (ed. P.M.Millman), 1969, p.405. Modal analysis, G.Dörfler and H.G.Hiesböck, Meteorite Research, ed. P.M.Millman, D.Reidel, Dordrecht-Holland, 1969, p.669. Xe isotope data, E.C.Alexander,Jr. and O.K.Manuel, GCA, 1969, 33, p.298. Ni and Ir contents, O.Müller et al., GCA, 1971, 35, p.1121. Uranium content, D.E.Fisher, GCA, 1972, 36, p.15. Oxygen isotopic composition, N.Onuna et al., GCA, 1972, 36, p.157. Partial INAA, R.A.Schmitt et al., Meteoritics, 1972, 7, p.131. Ga and Ge contents of metal phase, C.-L.Chou and A.J.Cohen, GCA, 1973, 37, p.315. Hg abundance, N.A.Ozerova et al., GCA, 1973, 37, p.569. Magnetic properties, P.J.Wasilewski, Meteoritics, 1973, 8, p.451 (abs.). Chondrule size distribution, Y.I.Stakheev et al., Meteoritika, 1973, 32, p.103. Al-26 data, I.R.Cameron and Z.Top, GCA, 1974, 38, p.899, GCA, 1975, 39, p.1705. Nitrogen content, B.K.Kothari and P.S.Goel, GCA, 1974, 38, p.1493. Oxygen isotopic composition of matrix, R.N.Clayton et al., Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1976, 30, p.10. Further analysis, 18.95% total Fe, A.J.Easton and C.J.Elliott, Meteoritics, 1977, 12, p.409. Exposure age based on spallogenic Mn-53 content, P.Englert and W.Herr, GCA, 1978, 42, p.1635. Chondrule microstructure, K.Fredriksson et al., Meteoritics, 1978, 13, p.462 (abs.). Magnetic properties, T.Nagata, Mem. Nat. Inst. Polar Res., Tokyo, 1979, (12), p.223. U-Pb chronology, D.M.Unruh and M.Tatsumoto, LPSC, 1980, 11, p.1184 (abs.). Particle track data of chondrules, J.S.Allen et al., GCA, 1980, 44, p.1161. Calculation of atmospheric ablation based on cosmic ray tracks and Ne isotopes, N.Bhandari et al., Nucl. Tracks, 1980, 4, p.213. Xe isotopic composition of neutron irradiated samples, C.M.Hohenberg and B.M.Kennedy, GCA, 1981, 45, p.251. Lu/Hf isotope data, P.J.Patchett and M.Tatsumoto, LPSC, 1981, 12, p.822 (abs.). Fission track densities in whitlockite and orthopyroxene, P.Pellas, LPSC, 1981, 12, p.825 (abs.). Magnetic properties, N.Sugiura and D.W.Strangway, Mem. Nat. Inst. Polar Res., Tokyo, 1982, (25), p.260; of chondrules, P.J.Wasilewski et al., LPSC, 1995, 26, p.1467 (abs.). I-Xe ages of individual chondrules, M.W.Caffee et al., J. Geophys. Res., 1982, 87 (suppl.), p.A303. Study of shock-induced trace element mobilization, T.M.Walsh and M.E.Lipschutz, GCA, 1982, 46, p.2491. Al-26 and Mn-53 data, Ne-21 exposure ages, U.Herpers and P.Englert, J. Geophys. Res., 1983, 88 (suppl.), p.B312. Study of fusion crust, F.J.M.Rietmeijer and I.D.R.MacKinnon, J. Geophys. Res., 1984, 89 (suppl.), p.B597; see also, LPSC, 1983, 14, p.644 (abs.). Study of fluid inclusions, R.L.Rudnick et al., J. Geophys. Res., 1985, 90 (suppl.), p.C669. Mineral analysis data, olivine Fa25.8, orthopyroxene Fs21.0, E.R.D.Scott et al., J. Geophys. Res., 1985, 90 (suppl.), p.D137. Br and Se contents, D.Wang et al., Papers 10th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1985, p.15. Si isotopic composition of chondrules, C.Molini-Velsko et al., GCA, 1986, 50, p.2719. REE fractionation among chondrules, T.Nakayama and N.Nakamura, Papers 11th Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1986, p.116. Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd isotopic composition of phospates, J.C.Brannon et al., LPSC, 1987, 18, p.121 (abs.). Mg isotopic composition of chondrules, A.E.Kinsey et al., LPSC, 1988, 19, p.603 (abs.). Study of tracks in olivine, N.N.Korotkova et al., LPSC, 1988, 19, p.639, 641 (abs.). Chondrule size distribution, B.Lang and K.Franaszczuk, LPSC, 1988, 19, p.659 (abs.). Sulfur isotopic composition of chondrules and matrix, X.Gao and M.H.Thiemens, LPSC, 1989, 20, p.1221 (abs.). Pu, U, and Nd abundances in merrillite and apatite, G.Crozaz et al., Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1989, 93, p.157. Major and trace element data, shock facies, weathering state, intermediate in composition between L and LL group chondrites, G.W.Kallemeyn et al., GCA, 1989, 53, p.2747. Analysis of olivine and kamacite, 1.26% Co, A.E.Rubin, GCA, 1990, 54, p.1219. Composition of olivine and chromite in type II chondrules, C.A.Johnson and M.Prinz, GCA, 1991, 55, p.893. Oxygen isotopic composition, R.N.Clayton et al., GCA, 1991, 55, p.2317. Petrographic shock classification, D.Stöffler et al., GCA, 1991, 55, p.3845. Study of the diffusion properties of the I-Xe system, M.K.Burkland and T.D.Swindle, LPSC, 1992, 23, p.185 (abs.). Study of radiogenic Xe-129 release, M.K.Burkland et al., LPSC, 1993, 24, p.167 (abs.). Bulk density and porosity, M.Terho et al., Studia Geophysica et Geodaedica, 1993, 37, p.65; see also, D.T.Britt and G.J.Consolmagno, MAPS, 2003, 38, p.1161; L.J.Personen et al., Proc. NIPR Symp. Ant. Met., 1993, (6), p.401; C.M.Corrigan et al., MAPS, 1997, 32, p.509. Cu content, A.E.Rubin, Meteoritics, 1994, 29, p.93. Boron data, M.Zhai and D.M.Shaw, Meteoritics, 1994, 29, p.607; and isotopic composition, M.Zhai et al., GCA, 1996, 60, p.4877. I-Xe dating of chondrules, J.D.Gilmour et al., Meteoritics, 1995, 30, p.405; see also, J.A.Whitby et al., Meteoritics, 1995, 30, p.599 (abs.). Isothermal heating experiments on I-Xe dating standard, M.K.Burkland et al., GCA, 1995, 59, p.2085. Study of shock features in metal and troilite, M.E.Bennett and H.Y.McSween,Jr., MAPS, 1996, 31, p.255. Chondrule size distribution, K.E.Kuebler and H.Y.McSween,Jr., LPSC, 1996, 27, p.715 (abs.); and mass equivalence, K.E.Kuebler et al., LPSC, 1997, 28, p.773 (abs.); see also, MAPS, 1997, 32, p.A75 (abs.). Sm-Nd isotopic composition of individual chondrules, N.Krestina et al., LPSC, 1997, 28, p.761 (abs.); see also, MAPS, 1997, 32, p.A73 (abs.). Oxygen isotopic compositions of chondrules, R.D.Ash et al., MAPS, 1997, 32, p.A8 (abs.). I-Xe data of bulk rock, J.D.Gilmour et al., MAPS, 1997, 32, p.A48 (abs.). Study of magnetic remanence in chondrules, P.Wasilewski and T.L.Dickinson, Papers 23rd Symp. Ant. Met., NIPR Tokyo, 1998, p.166 (abs.); see also, MAPS, 2000, 35, p.537. Effect of thermal heating on the I-Xe system, M.K.Burkland and T.D.Swindle, MAPS, 1998, 33, p.A27 (abs.). Cosmic-ray exposure ages of matrix and chondrules, E.Polnau et al., MAPS, 1998, 33, p.A124 (abs.). Absolute and relative I-Xe ages for phosphate separates, R.H.Brazzle et al., GCA, 1999, 63, p.739. EPMA analysis of fusion crust, M.J.Genge and M.M.Grady, MAPS, 1999, 34, p.341. Physical properties, G.J.Flynn et al., LPSC, 1999, 30, abs. #1073. Differences in Sm-Nd isotopic composition between chondrule rims and chondrule cores, N.Krestina et al., LPSC, 1999, 30, abs. #1918. Determination of porosity and grain and bulk density, L.B.Moore et al., LPSC, 1999, 30, abs. #1128. Chemical, petrological, hydrogen isotopic and textural study of bleached chondrules, J.N.Grossman et al., MAPS, 2000, 35, p.467. Boron abundances and isotopic composition of chondrules, P.Hoppe et al., MAPS, 2001, 36, p.1331. 53Mn-53Cr systematics, T.Tomiyama and K.Misawa, Evolution of Solar System Materials: A New Perspective from Antarctic Meteorites, NIPR Tokyo, 2003, p.140 (abs.). Magnetic susceptibility, P.Rochette et al., MAPS, 2003, 38, p.251. Density and porosity, S.L.Wilkinson et al., MAPS, 2003, 38, p.1533. Study of porosity and density heterogeneity, S.L.Andre et al., LPSC, 2003, 34, abs. #1608. Pb-Pb dating, E.Rotenberg and Y.Amelin, LPSC, 2003, 34, abs. #1902.

ID#: 7186
Description: Fragment
Size: 3.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Weight: 33.9 gr

US$ 2,050.00


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