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HOU Wei, XIE Hongsen
Up to now, approximately 294 minerals species have been identified in meteorites. A.E.Rubin made a summary on mineralogy of meteorite groups. Based on Rubin' s data, we listed the English names, Chinese names and formulas of all meteoritic minerals in the table 1 of this paper. In addition, the chemical compositions of silicates, metals and oxides in ordinary chondrites, the minerals in refractory inclusions, rims and fremdlinge of chondrites, the presolar minerals, the minerals formed by transformations during shock metamorphism, and the minerals formed by terrestrial weathering of primary meteoritic minerals were listed respectively in other five tables of this paper. These data are useful to learn mineralogy of meteorites and origin of meteoritic minerals.
〔1〕Rubin A E. Mineralogy of meteorite groups〔J〕. Meteoritics &Planetary Science, 1997,32:231～247. 〔2〕Rubin A. Mineralogy of meteorite groups: An update〔J〕. Meteoritics &Planetary Science, 1997,32:733～734.