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Title: Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk
Volume: 341 Year: 2005 View Volume 341 on ADS
Editors: Krot, Alexander N.; Scott, Edward R. D.; Reipurth, Bo
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Paper Title Page Authors
INTRODUCTION   
Honoring John A. Wood 3 Keil, K.
Chondritic Meteorites and the High-Temperature Nebular Origins of Their Components 15 Scott, E.R.D.; Krot, A.N.
The Early Sun: Evolution and Dynamic Environment 54 Reipurth, B.
SECTION I.
STAR FORMATION, DISK EVOLUTION, AND THE SOLAR NEBULA
  
Evolution of UV-Irradiated Protoplanetary Disks 81 Bally, J.; Moeckel, N.; Throop, H.
Understanding Our Origins: Star Formation in H II Region Environments 107 Hester, J.J.; Desch, S.J.
Astrophysical Observations of Disk Evolution around Solar Mass Stars 131 Hartmann, L.
Theoretical Studies of Gaseous Disk Evolution around Solar Mass Stars 145 Gammie, C.F.; Johnson, B.M.
X-Ray Flares of Sun-like Young Stellar Objects and Their Effects on Protoplanetary Disks 165 Glassgold, A.E.; Feigelson, E.D.; Montmerle, T.; Wolk, S.
Oxygen Isotopic Heterogeneity in the Solar System: The Molecular Cloud Origin Hypothesis and its Implications for Meteorites and the Planets 181 Kuramoto, K.; Yurimoto, H.
Photochemical Speciation of Oxygen Isotopes in the Solar Nebula 193 Lyons, J.R.; Young, E.D.
SECTION II.
REFRACTORY INCLUSIONS AND CHONDRULES: PROPERTIES AND ORIGINS
  
Refractory Inclusions and Chondrules: Insights into a Protoplanetary Disk and Planet Formation 215 Connolly, H.C., Jr.
Calcium-Aluminum-rich Inclusions: Major Unanswered Questions 225 MacPherson, G.J.; Simon, S.B.; Davis, A.M.; Grossman, L.; Krot, A.N.
Chemical, Mineralogical and Isotopic Properties of Chondrules: Clues to Their Origin 251 Jones, R.H.; Grossman, J.N.; Rubin, A.E.
Experimental Constraints on Chondrule Formation 286 Hewins, R.H.; Connolly, H.C., Jr.; Lofgren, G.E.; Libourel, G.
The Genetic Relationship between Refractory Inclusions and Chondrules 317 Russell, S.S.; Krot, A.N.; Huss, G.R.; Keil, K.; Itoh, S.; Yurimoto, H.; MacPherson, G.J.
SECTION III.
THERMAL STRUCTURES OF PROTOPLANETARY DISKS AND CONSTRAINTS ON THERMAL PROCESSING OF CHONDRITIC COMPONENTS IN THE SOLAR NEBULA
  
Thermal Structure of Protoplanetary Disks 353 D'Alessio, P.; Calvet, N.; Woolum, D. S.
Meteoritic Constraints on Temperatures, Pressures, Cooling Rates, Chemical Compositions, and Modes of Condensation in the Solar Nebula 373 Petaev, M.I.; Wood, J.A.
Origin and Thermal History of Fe-Ni Metal in Primitive Chondrites 407 Campbell, A.J.; Zanda, B.; Perron, C.; Meibom, A.; Petaev, M.I.
Evaporation and Condensation During CAI and Chondrule Formation 432 Davis, A.M.; Alexander, C.M.O'D.; Nagahara, H.; Richter, F.M.
Kinetic Condensation of Silicate Melt and Its Role in the Chemical Diversity of Chondrules 456 Nagahara, H.; Ozawa, K.; Tomomura, S.
SECTION IV.
ORIGIN OF SHORT-LIVED RADIONUCLIDES AND CHRONOLOGY OF REFRACTORY INCLUSIONS AND CHONDRULES
  
Overview of Origin of Short-lived Radionuclides, Chronology of Refractory Inclusions and Chondrules 471 Podosek, F.A.
Origin of Short-lived Radionuclides in the Early Solar System 485 Goswami, J.N.; Marhas, K.K.; Chaussidon, M.; Gounelle, M.; Meyer, B.S.
Synthesis of Short-lived Radioactivities in a Massive Star 515 Meyer, B.S.
A Nearby Supernova Injected Short-lived Radionuclides into Our Protoplanetary Disk 527 Ouellette, N.; Desch, S.J.; Hester, J.J.; Leshin, L.A.
Calcium-Aluminum-Rich Inclusions Are Not Supernova Condensates 539 Nittler, L.R.
The Birth of the Solar System in a Molecular Cloud: Evidence from the Isotopic Pattern of Short-lived Nuclides in the Early Solar System 548 Jacobsen, S.B.
Constraints on the Origin of Chondrules and CAIs from Short-lived and Long-Lived Radionuclides 558 Kita, N.T.; Huss, G.R.; Tachibana, S.; Amelin, Y.; Nyquist, L.E.; Hutcheon, I.D.
Spatial Heterogeneity of Short-lived Isotopes in the Solar Accretion Disk and Early Solar System Chronology 588 Gounelle, M.; Russell, S.S.
SECTION V.
CIRCUMSTELLAR AND INTERSTELLAR DUST AND ITS THERMAL PROCESSING IN THE PROTOPLANETARY DISK
  
Origin and Evolution of Dust in Circumstellar and Interstellar Environments 605 Tielens, A.G.G.M.; Waters, L.B.F.M.; Bernatowicz, T.J.
From Dust to Planets: The Tale Told by Moderately Volatile Elements 632 Yin, Q.
Microstructural Investigations of the Cosmochemical Histories of Presolar Grains 645 Stroud, R.M.
The Nature and Origin of Interplanetary Dust: High-Temperature Components 657 Keller, L.P.; Messenger, S.
Origin and properties of GEMS (Glass with Embedded Metal and Sulfides) 668 Dai. Z.R.; Bradley, J.P.
Microcrystals and Amorphous Material in Comets and Primitive Meteorites: Keys to Understanding Processes in the Early Solar System 675 Nuth, J.A., III.; Brearley, A.J.; Scott, E.R.D.
Genetic Relationships between Chondrules, Fine-grained Rims, and Interchondrule Matrix 701 Huss, G.R.; Alexander, C.M.O'D.; Palme, H.; Bland, P.A.; Wasson, J.T.
Nebula Evolution of Thermally Processed Solids: Reconciling Models and Meteorites 732 Cuzzi, J.N.; Ciesla, F.J.; Petaev, M.I.; Krot, A.N.; Scott, E.R.D.; Weidenschilling, S.J.
Thermal Processing and Radial Mixing of Dust: Evidence from Comets and Primitive Chondrites 774 Wooden, D.H.; Harker, D.E.; Brearley, A.J.
SECTION VI.
CHONDRULE-FORMING PROCESSES
  
Chondrule-forming Processes--An Overview 811 Ciesla, F.J.
Sources of Shock Waves in the Protoplanetary Disk 821 Boss, A.P.; Durisen, R.H.
The Three-Dimensionality of Spiral Shocks: Did Chondrules Catch a Breaking Wave? 839 Boley, A.C.; Durisen, R.H.; Pickett, M.K.
Heating of Chondritic Materials in Solar Nebula Shocks 849 Desch, S.J.; Ciesla, F.J.; Hood, L.L.; Nakamoto, T.
Chondrule Formation in Planetesimal Bow Shocks: Heating and Cooling Rates 873 Hood, L.L.; Ciesla, F.J.; Weidenschilling, S.J.
Chondrule-forming Shock Waves in the Solar Nebula by X-Ray Flares 883 Nakamoto, T.; Hayashi, M.R.; Kita, N.T.; Tachibana, S.
Difficulties of Chondrule Formation by Nebular Shock Waves 893 Uesugi, M.; Akaki, T.; Sekiya, M.; Nakamura, T.; Tsuchiyama, A.; Nakano, T.; Uesugi, K.
A Proposed Origin for Chondrule-forming Shocks in the Solar Nebula 903 Nelson, A.F.; Ruffert, M.
SECTION VII.
ROLE OF PLANETESIMALS IN CHONDRULE FORMATION
  
Implications of 26Al in Nebular Dust: Formation of Chondrules by Disruption of Molten Planetesimals 915 Sanders, I.S.; Taylor, G.J.
Chondrules: Chemical, Petrographic and Chronologic Clues to Their Origin by Impact 933 Hutchison, R.; Bridges, J.C.; Gilmour, J.D.
SECTION VIII.
SYNTHESIS AND FUTURE WORK
  
The Chondrite Types and Their Origins 953 Wood, J.A.
From Supernovae to Planets: The View from Meteorites and Interplanetary Dust Particles 972 Alexander, C.M.O'D.
Key Astrophysical Issues 1003 Hartmann, L.
MISCELLANEOUS   
Glossary 1016 various