Phosphorus Speciation in Hydrous Carbonaceous Meteorites: Indications of the Degree of Oxidation During Hydrothermal Processing

MetSoc22 abstract [#6290]


“Results suggest P was incorporated into parent bodies as phosphide, and aqueous processing was most effective at oxidizing this to phosphate in Murchison, with a lesser degree of oxidation in Aguas Zarcas, and the least degree of oxidation in Tarda.”