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Nanoscale Variation in Carbonaceous Matter from Primitive Meteorites Revealed by Aberration-Corrected STEM

  • Bradley T De Gregorio (a1), Rhonda M Stroud (a2), Kate D Burgess (a2) (a3) and Conel M. O'D Alexander (a4)
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[1] Alexander, CMO'D, et al, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (2007). p. 4380.
[2] Bussman, H, et al,, Science 312 (2006).) (p. 727.
[3] De Gregorio, BT, et al, Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48 (2013). p. 904.
[4] De Gregorio, BT, et al, Microscopy and Microanalysis 20(S3) (2014). p. 1694.
[5] Vollmer, C, et al, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 43 (2014). p. 15338.
[6] Huss, GR, Rubin, AE & Grossman, JN in "Meteorites in the Early Solar System II. , (ed.)", DS Lauretta & HY McSween Jr., (University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ) p. 567.
[7] The authors acknowledge funding from NASA Origins Program, Grant NNH14AX71I. Dr. LR Nittler has also contributed essential discussions to this work..

Nanoscale Variation in Carbonaceous Matter from Primitive Meteorites Revealed by Aberration-Corrected STEM

  • Bradley T De Gregorio (a1), Rhonda M Stroud (a2), Kate D Burgess (a2) (a3) and Conel M. O'D Alexander (a4)

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