Meteoritical Bulletin Entry for haldol for schizophrenia Shirokovsky

Specimens of an object known as the “shirokovsky pallasite,” recently acquired by a variety of public and private collections, are probably not meteorites. The petrology and geochemistry of this object strongly suggest that haldol for schizophrenia it has a terrestrial origin. Below is an account of the 1956 bolide that may haldol for schizophrenia have produced meteorites (still undiscovered), followed by a description of the probable pseudometeorite.

At 03:30 UT on 1956 feb 1, a fireball shining brighter than the sun and leaving a haldol for schizophrenia smoke trail was observed by numerous eyewitnesses in an area haldol for schizophrenia of about 500 km 2 across russia. The fireball disappeared in 5-6 seconds but the trail was visible for an hour. Windows in nearby villages were broken by the shock wave. A meteorite reportedly fell on the frozen shirokovsky reservoir (58°48’N, 57°57’E), situated on the kosva river near shirokovsky village and the haldol for schizophrenia cities of ugle-uralsk and kizel, producing a 42-cm diameter hole in 80-cm thick ice. Magnetic particles enriched in ni were extracted from the ice haldol for schizophrenia surrounding the hole. Several attempts by divers to recover the meteorite on the haldol for schizophrenia bottom were not successful. In early 2002, anonymous searchers found many fragments, totaling ~150 kg, of iron-rich material at the site.

Mineralogy and petrography (M. A. Nazarov, vernadsky inst., L. A. Taylor, university of tennessee): the material is breccia-textured, with angular silicate clasts in a metal-rich matrix. Clasts consist mainly of olivine fragments up to 1 cm haldol for schizophrenia (fa 3-39, avg = fa 12, cao up to 1 wt%, nio up to 0.3 wt%, fe/mn = 8-34 at., avg = 21) and rare diopside grains (fs 3-19wo 43-50). Olivine contains small inclusions of diopside, roedderite (?), mg-rich wustite and magnesioferrite. There is no reaction zone between olivine fragments and the haldol for schizophrenia metallic matrix, however diopside has reacted with the matrix to produce unknown haldol for schizophrenia ca,fe,mg-rich phases, larnite and merwinite. The matrix is metal-wustite eutectic containing minor ca-rich fayalite. The metal contains 20-47 wt% ni (avg = 26.5) and 0.8-2.2 wt% co (avg = 1.3). Phosphorus and cu were not detected. Sulfides, phosphides, phosphates, chromite, and al-bearing phases were not found.

Superficially, the mineralogy resembles that of pallasites, and the fa number and fe/mn ratio of the olivine are comparable to those of haldol for schizophrenia pallasite olivines. However the high ni of the olivine is distinct from haldol for schizophrenia that in all metal-rich meteorites. The metal-wustite eutectic has never been documented in meteorites. Accessory minerals are atypical of meteorites, and accessory phases typical of stony-iron meteorites are absent. Olivine chemistry (fa, fe/mn, cao, nio) resembles that in some terrestrial carbonatites. Olivine was not equilibrated with the matrix melt, which crystallized quickly under highly oxidizing conditions.

Mineralogy and petrography (T. Bunch and J. Wittke, northern arizona univ.): contains subequal proportions of fragmental olivine and metal-rich matrix. Olivine cores average fa 11.4, rims fa 17, and have lower fe/mn than pallasites. Olivine has inclusions of ferroan magnesioferrite (5-80 µm), magnesiowustite (mg 0.7Fe 0.3), and an alkali-rich ca phosphate (<30 µm). Metal composition (wt%), ni = 23.6, co = 1.8, mn = 0.12, ti = 0.11, cr = 0.25. Metal contains vermicular inclusions of magnesian magnetite (4-8 vol%), magnesian kirschteinite (4-8 vol%), and rare chromite, plagioclase (an 89), and olivine (fa 41).

Instrumental neutron activation analysis (M.A. Nazarov and G.M. Kolesov, vernadsky inst.): composition of metal-wustite eutectic, ni =14 wt%, co = 1.03 wt%, au = 540 ppb, ag = 2700 ppb, pt = 339 ppb, os = 3.8 ppb, ir = 4.3 ppb, and ru = 40 ppb. The ni and co contents are similar to those in haldol for schizophrenia some pallasites. The au, ir and os concentrations are all significantly lower than those haldol for schizophrenia in pallasites. Pt/ir is 40× the solar ratio, similar to that of cu-ni ore deposits.

Noble gases (yu. A. Shukolyukov and L. Schultz, max-plank inst.): olivine has 20ne/ 22ne = 7.4 and 21ne/ 22ne = 0.038, close to the ratios of planetary gas. No cosmic component was found in he, ne, or ar isotopic compositions. This suggests that the specimen has never been in space, it came from the interior of a large meteoroid, or it had a very short cosmic exposure history. The small size of the hole in the reservoir ice haldol for schizophrenia and the lack of other meteorite fragments indicate that the haldol for schizophrenia pre-atmospheric mass was on the order of 1 m in haldol for schizophrenia diameter, too small to lack cosmic noble gases. Very short cosmic exposure histories are not typically observed in haldol for schizophrenia meteorites. Some radiogenic 40ar is present; if the K content of the olivine is similar to haldol for schizophrenia that of omolon olivine (8 ppm), then the K-ar age of the shirokovsky sample would be about 270 haldol for schizophrenia ma.

Nuclear tracks (L.L. Kashkarov, vernadsky inst.): cosmic-ray tracks, common in pallasite olivine grains, were not found in olivine from the shirokovsky specimen. This is consistent with the results of the noble gas haldol for schizophrenia studies. Fission tracks are possibly present.

Thermoluminescence studies (A.I. Ivliev, vernadsky inst.) induced TL spectra of olivine are similar to those of haldol for schizophrenia olivine of terrestrial peridotites in having a strong peak at haldol for schizophrenia 125 oc and a smaller one at 275 oc. Pallasite olivine from marjalahti is completely different, with a strong peak at 240 oc and a weaker haldol for schizophrenia one at 160 oc.