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All abstracts by Kazuhito Ozawa in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2015) Chemical Evolution of a Protoplanetary Disk and Early Determination of Planetesimal Chemical Compositions
Nagahara H, Nakata M & Ozawa K

(2015) Constraints on the Formation Process of the Ungrouped NWA 6704 Primitive Achondrite
Hibiya Y, Ozawa K, Iizuka T & Yamaguchi A

(2014) Evolution of the Protosolar Disk and Planetesimal Compositions
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2014) Chemical Evolution of the Protosolar Disk and Chondrite Compositions
Nakata M, Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2013) Large Scale Material Transport in the Protoplanetary Disk and its Relevance to the “Planetary” Oxygen Isotopic Composition
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2013) Diversity of Melts Migration Process within the Uppermost Mantle along a Mid-Ocean Ridge: An Example from the Northern Oman Ophiolite
Akizawa N, Arai S, Tamura A & Ozawa K

(2012) Oxygen Isotopic Exchange Reaction between Silicate Melt and Ambient Gas
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2011) Kinetics of Condensation and Cosmochemical Fractionation of the Planet Forming Materials in the Early Solar Nebula
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2011) Viscosity Measurements of FeO-Rich Silicate Melts and Its Implication for the Lunar Crust Formation
Sakai R, Kushiro I, Nagahara H, Ozawa K & Tachibana S

(2004) Kinetic Condensation of Gas for the Diversity of Ferromagnesian Chondrule Compositions
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2003) Melt-Peridotite Reaction in the Upper Mantle: Constraints from Major Exchange Components
Ozawa K

(2003) Stability of Forsterite, Enstatite, and Silicate Melt Around Young and Evolved Stars
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

(2002) Incongruent Evaporation of Olivine at Low Temperature
Ozawa K & Nagahara H

(2002) Chemical Diversity of Chondrule Melt and its Origin
Nagahara H & Ozawa K

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