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Pentlandite from Northwest Africa Meteorites

Algeria
 
  • Tamanghasset Province
Newton, J., Bischoff, A., Arden, J. W., Franchi, I. A., Geiger, T., Greshake, A. & Pillinger, C. T. (1995). Acfer 094, a uniquely primitive carbonaceous chondrite from the Sahara. Meteoritics 30 (1), 47-56. (Jan 1995).; Zolensky, M. E., Ohsumi, K., Mikouchi, T., Hagiya, K. & Le, L. (2008). Crystallinity of Fe-Ni Sulfides in Carbonaceous Chondrites. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX, LPI Contribution No. 1391., p.1676. (March 2008). ; Seto, Y., Sakamoto, N., Fujino, K., Kaito, T., Oikawa, T. & Yurimoto, H. (2008). Mineralogical characterization of a unique material having heavy oxygen isotope anomaly in matrix of the primitive carbonaceous chondrite Acfer 094. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (11), 2723-2734. (June 2008).; Barth, M.I.F. et al. (2018) Sulfide-oxide assemblages in Acfer 094—Clues to nebular metal-gas interactions. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53, 2: 187-203. (Feb 2018).
Bischoff et al. (1994) ACFER 217 - A new member of the Rumuruti chondrite group (R): Meteoritics 29 (2): 264-274. (March 1994)
    • Tanezrouft
Endress, M., Keil, K., Bischoff, A., Spettel, B., Clayton, R. N. & Mayeda, T. K. (1994) Origin of dark clasts in the ACFER 059/El Djouf 001 CR2 chondrite: Meteoritics 29 (1): 26-40. (Jan 1994).
Morocco
 
  • Souss-Massa
    • Tata Province
Meteoritical Bulletin, no. 106, in preparation (2017)
Northwest Africa Meteorites
 
Rubin, A.E., Breen, J.P., Isa, J. & Tutorow, S. (2017) NWA 10214 - An LL3 chondrite breccia with an assortment of metamorphosed, shocked, and unique chondrite clasts: Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52(2): 372-390. (Feb 2017).
Lorand, J.-P., Barrat, J.-A., Chevrier, V., Sautter, V. & Pont, S. (Nov 2012) Metal-saturated sulfide assemblages in NWA 2737: Evidence for impact-related sulfur devolatilization in Martian meteorites. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47 (11): 1830-1841. (Nov 2012).
Greshake, A. (2014) A strongly hydrated microclast in the Rumuruti chondrite NWA 6828: Implications for the distribution of hydrous material in the solar system. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 49 (5): 824-841. (May 2014)
 
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