The Planetary Chemistry Laboratory at Washington University in Saint Louis

October 24, 2009

1997 Publications

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B. Fegley, Jr. Cosmochemistry, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, (J.H. Shirley & R.W. Fairbridge, eds.) Chapman & Hall, London, pp. 169-177. reprint

B. Fegley, Jr., M. Yu. Zolotov, and K. Lodders. The Oxidation State of the Lower Atmosphere and Surface of Venus. Icarus, 125, 416-439. reprint

K. Lodders and B. Fegley, Jr. An Oxygen Isotope Model for the Composition of Mars. Icarus, 126, 373-394. reprint

B. Fegley, Jr. Why Pyrite is Unstable on Venus. Icarus 128, 474-479. reprint

D. S. Lauretta, K. Lodders, B. Fegley, Jr., and D. T. Kremser. The Origin of Sulfide-Rimmed Metal Grains in Ordinary Chondrites. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 151, 289-301. reprint

B. Fegley, Jr., G. Klingelhöfer, K. Lodders, and T. Widemann. Geochemistry of Surface-Atmosphere Interactions on Venus, in Venus 2, (S. W. Bougher, D. M. Hunten, & R. Phillips, eds.) University of Arizona Press, pp. 591-636. reprint

K. Lodders and B. Fegley, Jr. Complementary Trace Element Abundances in Meteoritic SiC Grains and Carbon Star Atmospheres. Astrophys. J., 484, L71-L74. reprint

D. S. Lauretta, K. Lodders, and B. Fegley, Jr. Experimental Simulations of Sulfide Formation in the Solar Nebula. Science 277, 358-360. reprint

K. Lodders and B. Fegley, Jr. Condensation Chemistry of Carbon Stars. In The Astrophysical Implications of the Laboratory Study of Presolar Materials, AIP Conf. Proc., Vol. 402, (T. Bernatowicz, E. Zinner, eds.), Amer. Inst. of Physics, pp. 391-423. reprint

Y. Hong and B. Fegley, Jr. Formation of Carbonyl Sulfide (OCS) from Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur Vapor and Applications to Venus. Icarus 130, 495-504. reprint

M. Yu. Zolotov, B. Fegley, Jr., and K. Lodders. Hydrous Silicates and Water on Venus. Icarus 130, 475-494. reprint

Y. Hong and B. Fegley, Jr. Kinetics and Mechanism of Pyrite Thermal Decomposition. Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 101, 1870-1881. reprint

D. S. Lauretta and K. Lodders. The Cosmochemical Behavior of Beryllium and Boron. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 146, 315-327. reprint

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