From: Peter Scherff <peterscherff_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 18:36:32 -0400
Without seeing the sample I am just guessing but it might be iron sulfide.
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I have a puzzelment on one of my UNWA's.
There are a number of yellow very shiney blebs in a dark brown matrix. Two
of the blebs are on oposite sides of the slice as near as I can tell
directly accross from each other. These are the largest of all the blebs, at
1X2 mm in size. Any thoughts?
If they were copper, they would have tarnished. I don't think brass is
possible, So I'm left with, dare I say, gold?
Do supernovas produce elements much higher than iron?
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