Lunar and Planetary Science XXXV: Special Session: Oxygen in the Solar System, IIThe Special Session: Oxygen in the Solar System, II, included the following reports:Evolution of Oxygen Isotopes in the Solar Nebula; Disequilibrium Melting of Refractory Inclusions: A Mechanism for High-Temperature Oxygen; Isotope Exchange in the Solar Nebula; Oxygen Isotopic Compositions of the Al-rich Chondrules in the CR Carbonaceous Chondrites: Evidence for a Genetic Link to Ca-Al-rich Inclusions and for Oxygen Isotope Exchange During Chondrule Melting; Nebular Formation of Fayalitic Olivine: Ineffectiveness of Dust Enrichment; Water in Terrestrial Planets: Always an Oxidant?; Oxygen Barometry of Basaltic Glasses Based on Vanadium Valence Determination Using Synchrotron MicroXANES; A New Oxygen Barometer for Solar System Basaltic Glasses Based on Vanadium Valence; The Relationship Between Clinopyroxene Fe3+ Content and Oxygen Fugacity ; and Olivine-Silicate Melt Partitioning of Iridium.
August 21, 2013
January 1, 2004
Meeting: Lunar and Planetary Science XXXV
Location: Houston, TX
Country: United States
Start Date: March 15, 2004
End Date: March 19, 2004
Sponsors: Lunar and Planetary Inst., NASA Johnson Space Center
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IDRelationTitle20040056067WorkWater in Terrestrial Planets: Always an Oxidant?20040056063WorkA New Oxygen Barometer for Solar System Basaltic Glasses Based on Vanadium Valence20040056064WorkThe Relationship Between Clinopyroxene Fe3+ Content and Oxygen Fugacity