Pallasite

==Structure and composition== It consists of cm-sized olivine crystals of peridot quality in an iron-nickel matrix. Coarser metal areas develop Widmanst├Ątten patterns upon etching. Minor constituents are schreibersite, troilite, chromite, pyroxenes, and phosphates (whitlockite, stanfieldite, farringtonite, and merrillite). =={anchor|Main group|Ma...
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pallasite

(from the article `stony iron meteorite`) ...which are often called stony irons, are an intermediate type between the two more common types, stony meteorites and iron meteorites. In specimens ...
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pallasite

noun a meteorite composed principally of olivine and metallic iron
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pallasite

A specimen of a pallasite that fell near Albin, Wyoming. This slice, which is about 18 cm long, has been illuminated from behind to distinguish its olivine from the surrounding metal. Photo by D. Ball, ASU One of two main classes of stony-iron meteorite, the other being mesosiderites. Pallasites ...
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pallasite

[n] - a meteorite composed principally of olivine and metallic iron
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