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Advances in Earth Science  1994, Vol. 9 Issue (3): 1-5    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.1994.03.0001
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ACCUMULATED EARTH AND ITS INITIAL INHOMOGENEITY
Ouyang Ziyuan,Wang Shijie,Zhang Fuqing
Cosmochemistry groups, Institute of Geochemistry, Academy of China, Guiyang  550002
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Abstract  

Based on the study result of cosmochemistry and Earth sciences, authors consider that Earth is accreted, in the narrow feeding zones of inner nebula, from silicate planetesimals by stochastic accretion processes. Before planetesimals formed, the early nebula had undergone vielent depletion of volatile elements, meanwhile, the fractionation of metal, sulfides and silicates had occurred also and fractionation was reinforced along with the processes of the formation of planets. In the Earth’s distinct accretion zones, mixing in the nebula is not complete and the chemical compositions among planetesimal groups is not homogenized, thus, the Earth was formed by a suit of Planetesimals which had independent chemical composition significance and were different from the meteorites o rtheir combinations found in the Earth until now.

Key words:  Planetesimals      Accretion      Formation of the Earth      Inhomogeneity.     
Received:  17 July 1993      Published:  01 May 1994
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Ouyang Ziyuan,Wang Shijie,Zhang Fuqing. ACCUMULATED EARTH AND ITS INITIAL INHOMOGENEITY. Advances in Earth Science, 1994, 9(3): 1-5.

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