Kamacite

Kamacite is an alloy of iron and nickel, which is found on earth only in meteorites. The proportion iron:nickel is between 90:10 to 95:5; small quantities of other elements, such as cobalt or carbon may also be present. The mineral has a metallic luster, is gray and has no clear cleavage although the structure is isometric-hexoctahedral. Its densi...
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Kamacite

Kamacite is an alloy of iron and nickel occurring in meteorites as bar-shaped masses.
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kamacite

mineral consisting of iron alloyed with 5–7 percent nickel by weight and found in almost all meteorites which contain nickel-iron metal. It has a ... [3 related articles]
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kamacite

The commoner of the two nickel-iron alloys found in iron meteorites, the other being taenite. Kamacite contains 4 to 7.5% nickel, and forms large crystals that appear like broad bands or beam-like structures on the etched surface of a meteorite. Its name comes for the Greek word for 'beam.'
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