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Średni ciężar atomowy chondrytu Sołtmany, chondrytów L6 i minerałów pozaziemskich

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Mean atomic weight of Sołtmany chondrite, L6 chondrites and extraterrestrial minerals
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Mean atomic weight Amean of Sołtmany (L6, S2, W0) ordinary chondrite, various L6 chondrites such as: Jesenice, Girgenti, Leedey, Bruderheim, Holbrook and Modoc, as well as LL, L and H chondrites has been determined using literature data on chemical composition of the meteorites. Relationship between mean atomic weight and Fe/Si atomic ratio for ordinary chondrites has been established. It was shown that Sołtmany’s Amean = 23.97 is close to mean atomic weight of L chondrites Amean = 23.70, and is close to mean atomic weight of L6 chondrites Amean = 24.06±0.16. It has been established that Sołtmany’s Fe/Si atomic ratio (Fe/Si = 0.588) is close to Fe/Si ratio for L6 chondrites (Fe/Si = 0.598). This means that Sołtmany belongs to L6 chondrites, as previously classified. Using discovered by the author (Szurgot, 2015) dependence between mean atomic weight and uncompressed density of planetary matter it was established that grain density of Sołtmany meteorite should be equal to 3.56±0.12 g/cm3, which is about 4% lower than previously estimated by porosity data. Mean atomic weight of extraterrestrial minerals present in ordinary chondrites and in Sołtmany meteorite have been also determined.
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