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Albite-Anorthite Series from
Frankfort meteorite (Frankfort [stone] meteorite), Franklin Co., Alabama, USA

Species:'Albite-Anorthite Series' (not an IMA approved species)
Comments:Plagioclase, somewhat variable, is almost entirely Anorthite or Bytownite in composition. Anorthite appears to be somewhat more common.
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Steele, I. M. & Smith, J. V. (1982) Ion probe analysis of plagioclase in three howardites and three eucrites: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 12B: 1281-1296.; Duke, M. B & Silver L. T. (1967) Petrology of eucrites, howardites and mesosiderites: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 31:1637-1665.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Albite-Anorthite Series data
Locality Data:Click here to view Frankfort meteorite (Frankfort [stone] meteorite), Franklin Co., Alabama, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Albite-Anorthite Series
27.7km (17.2 miles) Leighton meteorite, Colbert Co., Alabama, USA
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