Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components

Hisayoshi Yurimoto, Alexander N. Krot, Byeon Gak Choi, Jerome Aleon, Takuya Kunihiro, Adrian J. Brearley

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We review the oxygen isotopic compositions of chondrite components (refractory inclusions, chondrules, and matrix) and their inter- and intra- crystalline oxygen isotopic distributions. Primary oxygen isotopic compositions, acquired before planetesimal accretion, are easily disturbed by parent-body processes such as aqueous alternation and thermal metamorphism. Primary or original oxygen isotopic compositions of refractory inclusions (Ca-, Al-rich inclusions and amoeboid olivine aggregates) distribute along a slope-1 line on the three-oxygen isotope diagram over the range of -60% < SnO δ 17 O ≈ δ 18 < +10%. The variations suggest that oxygen isotopic compositions of the solar nebular gas temporally and spatially varied between l6 O-rich and 17 O-, 18 O-rich during refractory inclusion formation. On the other hand, primary minerals of most chondrules have small isotopic variations and are enriched in 17 17 0 and l8 O relative to refractory inclusions, suggesting that chondrule formation occurred in 17 O-, 18 O-rich nebular gas. However, rare 16 O-rich chondrules have been found, suggesting some overlap in the timing of formation of chondrules and refractory inclusions in the solar nebula. Oxygen isotopic compositions of matrix grains distribute along the slope-1 line over the same range as refractory inclusions and chondrules. The similarity in oxygen isotopic distributions suggests that matrix was originally a mechanical mixture of nebular dusts co-generated with chondrules and refractory inclusions. Presolar grains with oxygen isotopic compositions that are clearly distinct from those of solar nebular materials are a trace component of chondrite matrices. Based on these oxygen isotopic characteristics, more than 99.5% of the solid materials in the nebula formed locally in the solar nebula, and the remainder formed in interstellar space. The astrophysical setting of chondrite component formation in the early Solar System is also discussed. Refractory inclusions and 16 O-rich matrix dusts formed around the inner edge of the solar nebula. On the other hand, most chondrules and 17 O-, 18 O-rich matrix dusts seem to have formed elsewhere in the solar nebula. Efficient, large-scale radial mixing of the solar nebular materials may have been an essential process in the formation of chondritic planetesimals.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOxygen in the Solar System
PublisherDe Gruyter Mouton
Pages141-186
Number of pages46
ISBN (Electronic)9781501508509
ISBN (Print)9780939950805
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Publication statusPublished - Nov 15 2018

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Yurimoto, H., Krot, A. N., Choi, B. G., Aleon, J., Kunihiro, T., & Brearley, A. J. (2018). Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components. In Oxygen in the Solar System (pp. 141-186). De Gruyter Mouton. https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2008.68.8

Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components. / Yurimoto, Hisayoshi; Krot, Alexander N.; Choi, Byeon Gak; Aleon, Jerome; Kunihiro, Takuya; Brearley, Adrian J.

Oxygen in the Solar System. De Gruyter Mouton, 2018. p. 141-186.

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Yurimoto, H, Krot, AN, Choi, BG, Aleon, J, Kunihiro, T & Brearley, AJ 2018, Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components. in Oxygen in the Solar System. De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 141-186. https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2008.68.8
Yurimoto H, Krot AN, Choi BG, Aleon J, Kunihiro T, Brearley AJ. Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components. In Oxygen in the Solar System. De Gruyter Mouton. 2018. p. 141-186 https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2008.68.8
Yurimoto, Hisayoshi ; Krot, Alexander N. ; Choi, Byeon Gak ; Aleon, Jerome ; Kunihiro, Takuya ; Brearley, Adrian J. / Oxygen isotopes of chondritic components. Oxygen in the Solar System. De Gruyter Mouton, 2018. pp. 141-186
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