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Classification of 24 new ordinary chondrites from the Grove Mountains, Antarctica

【标题】Classification of 24 new ordinary chondrites from the Grove Mountains, Antarctica

【Title】Classification of 24 new ordinary chondrites from the Grove Mountains, Antarctica

【作者】 王桂琴; 戴德求; 林杨挺; 欧阳自远; 缪秉魁; 李春来; 卢仁

【Author】 Wang Guiqing ; Dai Deqiu ; Lin Yangting ; OUYANG Ziyuan ; Miao Bingkui ; LI Chunlai ; Lu Ren

【期刊】ACTA GEOLOGICA SINICA-ENGLISH EDITION

【Journal】ACTA GEOLOGICA SINICA-ENGLISH EDITION

【期刊年份】2004

【卷】24

【期】2

【关键词】 Antarctica; meteorite; ordinary chondrite; classification; shock metamorphism; thermal metamorphism

【Keywords】 Antarctica; meteorite; ordinary chondrite; classification; shock metamorphism; thermal metamorphism

【摘要】

【Abstract】Petrography and mineral chemistry of 24 ordinary chondrites from the Grove Mountains, Antarctica, have been studied in order to identify their chemical-petrographic types. These samples were selected from a total of 4448 Grove Mountains (GRV) meteorites collected during the 19th Chinese Antarctic Research Expedition so as to make an estimation of the large GRV meteorite collection. The chemical-petrographic types of these meteorites are presented below: 1 H3, 2 H4,4 H5, 2 H6, 1 L4, 7 L5, 5 L6, 1 LL4 and 1 LL6. The new data weaken the previous report that unequilibrated ordinary chondrites are unusually abundant in the Grove Mountains region. However, this work confirms significant differences in distribution patterns of chemical-petrographic types between the Grove Mountains and other regions in Antarctica. Many of these meteorites show significant terrestrial weathering, probably due to a high abundance ratio of meteorites found in moraines to those on blue ice. Nine meteorites experienced severe shock metamorphism, as evidenced by undulose extinction and intense fracturing of silicates and presence of shock-induced melt veins and pockets. These heavily shocked meteorites provided us with natural samples for the study of high-pressure polymorphs of minerals.

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