His primary areas of study are Mineralogy, Chondrite, Geochemistry, Meteorite and Chondrule. His Mineralogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Amorphous solid, Mineral and Silicate. Chondrite and Olivine are frequently intertwined in his study.
His work deals with themes such as Carbonaceous chondrite and Formation and evolution of the Solar System, which intersect with Olivine. His work on Mantle as part of general Geochemistry research is frequently linked to Disequilibrium, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Chondrule integrate themes in fields like Metamorphism and Troilite.
Chondrite, Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Chondrule and Meteorite are his primary areas of study. His Chondrite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Formation and evolution of the Solar System, Olivine and Analytical chemistry. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnetite, Spinel, Mineral and Silicate.
His Geochemistry research incorporates elements of Carbonaceous chondrite and Murchison meteorite. Adrian J. Brearley interconnects Enstatite, Troilite, Chromite and Ordinary chondrite in the investigation of issues within Chondrule. The concepts of his Meteorite study are interwoven with issues in Carbonate and Chemical composition.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chondrite, Analytical chemistry, Geochemistry, Chemical engineering and Mineralogy. His Chondrite research includes elements of Amorphous solid, Primary and Formation and evolution of the Solar System. The Electron microprobe research he does as part of his general Analytical chemistry study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Focused ion beam, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His research integrates issues of Metal and Thermal metamorphism in his study of Geochemistry. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hibonite, Carbonaceous chondrite, Melilite, Spinel and Isotopes of oxygen. His research in Astrobiology tackles topics such as Scapolite which are related to areas like Meteorite.
His primary scientific interests are in Chondrite, Chemical engineering, Environmental chemistry, Primary and Amorphous solid. Adrian J. Brearley merges Chondrite with Terrestrial planet in his research. When carried out as part of a general Chemical engineering research project, his work on Morphology and Hydrothermal circulation is frequently linked to work in Distribution and Molecular composition, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
He has included themes like Brassica, Plant roots, Uranium and Mass spectrometry in his Environmental chemistry study. Adrian J. Brearley has researched Primary in several fields, including Astrobiology and Parent body. His studies in Amorphous solid integrate themes in fields like Chondrule, Porous medium, Silicate and Chemical composition.
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Comet 81P/Wild 2 under a microscope.
Don Brownlee;Peter Tsou;Jérôme Aléon;Conel M O'd Alexander.
Mineralogy and petrology of comet 81P/wild 2 nucleus samples
Michael E. Zolensky;Thomas J. Zega;Hajime Yano;Sue Wirick.
The Action of Water
A. J. Brearley.
Meteorites and the Early Solar System II (2006)
The onset of metamorphism in ordinary and carbonaceous chondrites
Jeffrey N. Grossman;Adrian J. Brearley.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science (2005)
Matrix and fine-grained rims in the unequilibrated CO3 chondrite, ALHA77307: Origins and evidence for diverse, primitive nebular dust components
Adrian J. Brearley.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1993)
Early solar system processes recorded in the matrices of two highly pristine CR3 carbonaceous chondrites, MET 00426 and QUE 99177
Neyda M. Abreu;Adrian J. Brearley.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Chlorine isotope homogeneity of the mantle, crust and carbonaceous chondrites
ZD Sharp;JD Barnes;AJ Brearley;M Chaussidon.
Evolution of organic matter in Orgueil, Murchison and Renazzo during parent body aqueous alteration: In situ investigations
Corentin Le Guillou;Sylvain Bernard;Adrian J. Brearley;Laurent Remusat.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2014)
Oxygen Isotopes of Chondritic Components
Hisayoshi Yurimoto;Alexander N. Krot;Byeon Gak Choi;Jerome Aleon.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2008)
Aqueous alteration of chondrules in the CM carbonaceous chondrite, Allan Hills 81002: implications for parent body alteration
Nicolaus P Hanowski;Nicolaus P Hanowski;Adrian J Brearley.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2001)
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