Mn？Cr ages and formation conditions of fayalite in CV3 carbonaceous chondrites: Constraints on the accretion ages of chondritic asteroids
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- Mn？Cr ages and formation conditions of fayalite in CV3 carbonaceous chondrites: Constraints on the accretion ages of chondritic asteroids
- Other Titles
- CV3 콘드라이트내 fayalite의 Mn-Cr 연대와 형성 조건: 콘드라이트 모천체의 형성시기에 관한 정보
S. R. Messenger
M. Y. Zolotov
- Geochemistry & Geophysics
- Accretion age; CV3 chondrite; Mn-Cr age
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- JOGOKAORI, et al. 2017. "Mn？Cr ages and formation conditions of fayalite in CV3 carbonaceous chondrites: Constraints on the accretion ages of chondritic asteroids". GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, 199(1): 58-74.
- Chondritic planetesimals are among the first planetary bodies that accreted inside and outside water snow line in the protoplanetary disk. CV3 carbonaceous chondrite parent body accreted relatively small amount of water ice, probably near the snow line, and experienced water-assisted metasomatic alteration that resulted in formation of diverse secondary minerals, including fayalite (Fa80 100).Chemical compositions of the CV fayalite and its Mn-Cr isotope systematics indicate that it formed at different temperature (10 300°C) and fluid pressure (3 300 bars) but within a relatively short period of time. Thermal modeling of the CV parent body suggests that it accreted ~3.2 3.3 Ma after CV CAIs formation and had a radius of >110 150 km. The inferred formation age of the CV parent body is similar to that of the CM chondrite parent body that probably accreted beyond the snow line, but appears to have postdated accretion of the CO and ordinary chondrite parent bodies that most likely formed inside the snow line. The inferred differences in the accretion ages of chondrite parent bodies that formed inside and outside snow line are consistent with planetesimal formation by gravitational/streaming instability.
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