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The Quijingue meteorite is a single Slone of 59 kg found in Bahia, northeastern Brazil, sometime around 1960. It has been classified as a pallasite and contains olivine (FaD) , iron-nickel metal (kamacite + taenite), troilite, schreibersite and chromite. In rounded off integers, olivine 69 % vol. and Ni-Fe mctal 28% vol. are the maj or constituents regularly distributed in a "pallasitic" texture . The morphological character istics indicate that the Quijingue stone is a " main-group" pallasitedoi:10.25249/0375-7536.199929447448 fatcat:zjstt7qcpzbihnlbknocdml4j4