Ultrarapid chondrite formation by hot chondrule accretion? Evidence from unequilibrated ordinary chondrites
Version of Record online: 10 DEC 2012
© The Meteoritical Society, 2012
Meteoritics & Planetary Science
Volume 47, Issue 12, pages 2193–2217, December 2012
How to Cite
METZLER, K. (2012), Ultrarapid chondrite formation by hot chondrule accretion? Evidence from unequilibrated ordinary chondrites. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 47: 2193–2217. doi: 10.1111/maps.12009
- Issue online: 23 JAN 2013
- Version of Record online: 10 DEC 2012
- (Received 28 February 2012; revision accepted 23 September 2012)
Fig S1: Micro-CT scan (NHM, London) of a large cluster chondrite clast from NWA 5205. The resulting stack of images was transformed into a movie. Type I and type II chondrules are discernible by their darker and lighter appearance, respectively, and both types occur in deformed and undeformed shapes. Furthermore, chondrules mantled by sulfide-rich layers (white outlines) occur beside chondrules without those layers (All data courtesy by D. Hezel, University of Cologne, Germany).
Fig S2: Side and top views of a square column of a large cluster chondrite clast from NWA 5205. This column was successively ground down in 120 steps of 80 μm each. Every step was photographed and the stack of images was transformed into a movie (see Fig. S3).
Fig S3: This movie documents the grinding of the square column shown in Fig. S2. Again, the typical close-fit texture of interlocking chondrules and the coexistence of deformed and undeformed chondrules are clearly visible.
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