Oxygen isotope systematics of ordinary chondrite chondrules: insights into the inner solar system planetary reservoir
Chondrules are fundamental objects from which important insights in the conditions of the solar protoplanetary disk can be inferred. In this regard, oxygen isotope composition of chondrules have played a key role tracking the physicochemical environment under which their formation occurred. It has been proposed that chondrite asteroids accreted specific chondrule groups or ‘chondrule populations’ in terms of oxygen isotopes but this hypothesis has never been...[Show more]
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