Xenon in Chondrules and Matrix Material of Chondrites
Analyses of xenon in two olivine-hypersthene chondrites show that radiogenic xenon-129 resides in both the chondrules and in the matrix material. Radiogenic xenon-129 is more prominent in the chondrules, but the nonradiogenic xenon is more abundant in the matrix material.
E. C. Alexander and O. Manuel, "Xenon in Chondrules and Matrix Material of Chondrites," Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 33, pp. 298-301, Elsevier Limited, Feb 1969.
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