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K Group (Kakangariites)

K Group (Kakangariites)

K Group (Kakangariites)

The chondrites of this rather small grouplet are named for their type specimen, Kakangari, a meteorite that fell in Tamil Nadu, India, in 1890

Kakangari is similar in bulk composition to the ordinary chondrites, apart from its high S content (Table 1). In this last respect it resembles carbonaceous or enstatite chondrites. The FeO 100/(FeO + MgO) molecular ratio, 13.7, lies between that of H group (bronzite) chondrites and enstatite chondrites

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