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LIPSCHUTZ Michael E. 様の 共著関連データベース

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+(A list of literatures under single or joint authorship with "LIPSCHUTZ Michael E.")

共著回数と共著者名 (a list of the joint author(s))

    12: LIPSCHUTZ Michael E.

    7: HIROI Takahiro

    6: ZOLENSKY Michael E.

    4: PIETERS Carle M.

    3: WANG Ming-Sheng

    2: HUSTON Ted J., NAKAMURA Tomoki, TAKEDA Hiroshi

    1: BARBER David, BISWAS Swarajrajan, CLAYTON Robert N., GRADY Monica M., MAYEDA Toshiko K., MITTLEFEHLDT David W., NGO Henry T., OKUDAIRA Kyoko, PILLINGER Colin, TONUI Eric, TONUI Eric K., WALSH Thomas M., ZOKENSKY Michael E., ZOLENSKY Michael, ZOLENSKY Mike

発行年とタイトル (Title and year of the issue(s))

    1981: Trace Element Contents of Selected Antactic Meteorites 2: Comparison with Non Antarctic Specimens [Net] [Bib]

    1983: Chondrite Achondrite Transition: Mineralogic and Chemical Characteristics of an LL7 Chondrite [Net] [Bib]

    1984: On the chondrite achondrite transition: mineralogy and chemistry of Yamato 74160 (LL7) [Net] [Bib]

    1993: Similarity of Reflectance Spectra between C, G, B, F Asteroids and Thermally Metamorphosed Carbonaceous Chondrites [Net] [Bib]

    1994: Mineralogy and Spectroscopy of Heated Allende Meteorite and a K Type Asteroid 221 Eos [Net] [Bib]

    1994: Possible Thermal Metamorphism on the C, G, B, and F Asteroids Detected from Their Reflectance Spectra in Comparison with Carbonaceous Chondrites [Net] [Bib]

    1995: Thermal Metamorphism of the C, G, B, and F Asteroids Seen from the 3 mm Absorption Band in Comparison with Carbonaceous Chondrites [Net] [Bib]

    1996: Thermal metamorphism of the C, G, B, and F asteroids seen from the 0.7 mum, 3mum, and UV absroption strengths in comparison with carbonaceous chondrites [Net] [Bib]

    1997: CM chondrites exhibit the complete petrologic range from type 2 to 1 [Net] [Bib]

    2000: Possible Meteorite Analogs for Asteroid 1989ML Target of MUSES C Asteroid Sample Return Mission [Net] [Bib]

    2003: Yamato 86029: Aqueously altered and thermally metamorphosed Cl like chondrite with unusual textures [Net] [Bib]

    2014: Petrographic, chemical and spectroscopic evidence for thermal metamorphism in carbonaceous chondrites I: CI and CM chondrites [Net] [Bib]

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