EAS Publications Series
Volume 58, 2012ECLA - European Conference on Laboratory Astrophysics
|Page(s)||175 - 186|
|Published online||13 February 2013|
C. Stehlé, C. Joblin and L. d’Hendecourt (eds)
EAS Publications Series, 58 (2012) 175-186
Organic material and gases in the early Solar System : the meteorite record
Laboratoire de Minéralogie et
Cosmochimie du Muséum, UMR CNRS 7202, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, CP. 52, 57 rue
Paris Cedex 05,
The most primitive chondrites and comets have undergone few modifications during the 4.56 billion years of the Solar System and can deliver to laboratories the components that witnessed the origin of the protosolar nebula. These components include organics, water and other volatile components that were formed in the parent molecular cloud of the solar system or during the protosolar epoch. This paper focuses on organic matter, water and noble gases contained in carbonaceous chondrites with a special emphasis on opened questions that could be assessed by laboratory experiments in order to shed new light on the origin of the solar system materials and planets.
© The Author(s) 2013
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