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Magnetic Mineral Identification in Meteorites
Kim, In-Ho; Yu, Yong-Jae;
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 Abstract
Meteorites are extraterrestrial solid rock fragments that fell from the outer space. Investigating mineral magnetic properties of the Meteorites is essential in understanding the evolution of planets and asteroids in the Solar System. In particular, magnetic characterization of magnetic mineral can provide constraints on the progress of differentiation in ancient planetary bodies. In the present study, ratio of thermoremanent magnetization (TRM) over saturation isothermal remanent magnetization (SIRM) was applied to diagnose the magnetic minerals in meteorites and igneous rocks. Distinctive classification of TRM/SIRM suggests that kamacite, tetrataenite, magnetite, and (Cr,Ti)-rich iron oxide are responsible for the magnetization of H5 Richardton, LL6 St. Severin, ALH84001, and DaG476, respectively. The TRM/SIRM ratio could be an efficient tool in identifying magnetic minerals especially when rocks or meteorites contain unstable material under heating.
 Keywords
Meteorite;magnetic minerals;magnetic properties;thermoremanent magnetization;saturation isothermal remanent magnetization;
 Language
Korean
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