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Meteoric iron also has an effect on the Earth's atmosphere.
It is one of the mineral phases found in meteoric iron.
I imagine it's just an ordinary chunk of meteoric iron.
The meteoric iron occurs in clasts instead of a matrix.
The meteoric iron is a part of the lamella taenite.
Slightly; it contains a fair amount of meteoric iron.
The meteoric iron has Nickel concentrations as low as 1.6%.
Meteoric iron was very rare and valuable, and difficult for ancient people to work.
Meteoric iron could be forged from a red heat to make objects such as tools, weapons, and nails.
It is frequently associated with nickel, and both are characteristic ingredients of meteoric iron.
Perhaps a piece of meteoric iron entered the ramscoop.
It was found that the meteoric iron contained too much nickel for smelting.
There are also small amounts in mineral springs, volcanic gas, and meteoric iron.
First meteoric iron crystallized into a network of cavities and channels.
A dagger made from meteoric iron was found in the tomb of Tutankhamun.
After a scientific examination, the iron was shown to be made from meteoric iron.
Behind it, inside that huge bear-like body, was a heart of meteoric iron, well coated with ice.
The meteoric iron has a nickel concentration of 8 % and shows Widmanstätten pattern.
And then the pyrotechnics would have started: there was enough meteoric iron in the dust to make it a good conductor.
Meteoric iron was already used before the beginning of the iron age to make cultural objects, tools and weapons.
Superior qualities made weapons shaped from meteoric iron legendary.
All iron meteorites are made of a native metal called meteoric iron.
It is composed predominantly from enstatite and meteoric iron.
Even in this century,the Bedouin believed meteoric iron swords to be invincible.
It had the general appearance of meteoric iron, but was much heavier and harder than iron.
"We can say for sure they weren't made from meteoritic iron."
Yet, we only have to look back into history to see the use of meteoritic iron in many cultures.
Inside it, they had found a fragment of meteoritic iron.
Of the 20 sites in which meteoritic iron has been found, at least three different meteorites are represented.
The major difference between iron produced by human activity and meteoritic iron is the presence of the element nickel.
Small graphitic crystals in meteoritic iron are called cliftonite.
Those Icelanderstough as the meteoritic iron Philippe had been using in his sculptures.
Russian scientists have studied the crater in the days after the event and found fragments of meteoritic iron in it.
Meteoritic iron is very rare, and the metal was probably very expensive, perhaps more expensive than gold.
The oldest known iron artifacts are nine small beads hammered from meteoritic iron.
Although we cannot know if a meteorite fall was ever witnessed, the artifacts made from meteoritic iron were reserved for ceremonial purposes.
One of the fragments was made of bloomery iron rather than meteoritic iron.
"This meteoritic iron, it's very hard material that you find in lumps, and yet here we see it in thin beads," Rehren said.
Another example of a late use of meteoritic iron is an adze from around 1000 AD found in Sweden.
Today meteoritic iron is used in niche jewellery and knife production, but most of it is used for research, educational or collecting purposes.
This constellation was also important to the ancient Egyptians who fashioned ritualistic "adze" instruments out of meteoritic iron in its shape.
Besides meteoritic iron, Thule people of Greenland have used native iron from the Disko region.
It might not have been on large scales, but by the time of the Iron Age, they had about 2,000 years of experience working with meteoritic iron.
Wandering into Buddy Eisler's room (Magic Mountain), I came across knives made of meteoritic iron.
There is a possibility that the General was duped - that he was told the pistols were made of meteoritic iron and gifted them in good faith.
Burial sites in Gerzeh have uncovered artifacts such as cosmetic palettes, a bone harpoon, an ivory pot, stone vessels and several meteoritic iron beads.
Zhekak had examined it, pronounced it a crude artifact worked from meteoritic iron, had then placed a rustproof coating on it.
Ned noticed that Warson had dropped the telephone and was holding instead a paperweight, a kilogram lump of meteoritic iron which his callused palm nearly swallowed.
Upon hearing of the existence of the crater and the meteoritic iron, Barringer became convinced that the crater was of meteoritic origin.
As a result metalworkers had already nearly two millennia of experience of working with meteoritic iron when iron smelting was introduced in the mid-second millennium BC.