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The Tieschitz chondrite is a disequilibrium assemblage of silicate, metal and sulphide occurring together or separately as chondrules and clasts that generally have opaque rims (matrix) of fine-grained material. Translucent, silicate-rich matrix fills channels that occur sporadically between chondrules and clasts. An angular fragment of twinned 'clinoenstatite' was found to be rimmed with chromium- and manganese-rich augite and surrounded by opaque matrix. The whole is set within the largestdoi:10.1180/minmag.1987.051.360.14 fatcat:4yg4llutpba55gzftbr4h5s5j4