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Petrography and mineralogy of the Grove Mountains (GRV) 021788 ureilite from Antarctica

LIANG Ying1, WANG He-nian1, XU Wei-biao2, JI Jun-feng11. State Key Laboratory for Mineral Deposits Research, Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China; 2. Purple Mountain Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China  
Ureilite is a particular kind of achondrite. It has not only highly fractionated igneous characteristics, but also primitive chondritic properties. The Grove Mountains (GRV) 021788 meteorite from Antarctica consists of olivine, pyroxene, and a few carbonaceous matrices and opaque minerals. It has petrography and mineralogy of typical ureilites, such as triple junctions and Mg-rich reduction rims of olivines. The mineralogical chemistry of GRV 021788 is characterized by olivine (Fa23.2-Fa1.5), and pigeonite (Fs21.2Wo10.6-Fs18.7Wo10.7). Olivine has distinct reverse zoning, while the reverse zoning in pigeonite is less extensive. Dark interstitial matrices are abundant in carbonaceous materials diamond, graphite and so on. Characteristics of petrology and mineralogical chemistry indicate that GRV 021788 is a type-Ⅰmonomict ureilite (Fa23.2-Fs20.4). The origin of this meteorite is probably compatible with a partial melting cumulation model.
【Fund】: 南京大学内生金属矿床成矿机制研究国家重点实验室开放基金;; 国家海洋局极地办公室专项基金
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