X-Ray Microtomography of A Sulphide Rich Pallasite

Johnson, Diane; Rahman, Imran and Grady, Monica (2008). X-Ray Microtomography of A Sulphide Rich Pallasite. In: Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 43(7) A67.

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Abstract

The application of X-ray microtomography to the sulphide rich main group pallasite Hambleton is dicussed as an attempt to further understand pallasite genesis. X-ray microtomography is an under utilized technique for the study of diverse samples such as pallasites. The three-dimensional textures observed in Hambleton may be explained by introduction of a large sulphide volume under pressure into a metal-olivine mixture with metal approaching solidus temperature.

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