Chondrule, Mineralogy, Chondrite, Olivine and Meteorite are his primary areas of study. His Chondrule study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Silicate. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Analytical chemistry under Mineralogy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Evaporation, Rayleigh fractionation, Metamorphic rock and Chromium.
As a part of the same scientific study, Roger H. Hewins usually deals with the Chondrite, concentrating on Formation and evolution of the Solar System and frequently concerns with Partial melting, Silicon, Metamorphism and Fayalite. In the field of Olivine, his study on Pyroxene overlaps with subjects such as Liquidus. His Meteorite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Martian and Geochemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chondrule, Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Chondrite and Meteorite. The Chondrule study combines topics in areas such as Thermodynamics, Olivine and Analytical chemistry. His Mineralogy research includes themes of Texture, Grain size and Silicate.
When carried out as part of a general Geochemistry research project, his work on Breccia and Pyroxene is frequently linked to work in Clastic rock, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Roger H. Hewins focuses mostly in the field of Chondrite, narrowing it down to matters related to Crystallization and, in some cases, Texture and Anorthite. His Meteorite research focuses on subjects like Martian, which are linked to Regolith, Crust and Zircon.
Roger H. Hewins mainly investigates Geochemistry, Chondrule, Chondrite, Pigeonite and Pyroxene. His study of Breccia is a part of Geochemistry. His Chondrule study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Meteorite.
His research integrates issues of Spectroscopy, Grain size and Electron microprobe in his study of Chondrite. His Pigeonite study combines topics in areas such as Fractional crystallization, Poikilitic, Melt inclusions, Olivine and Nakhlite. Roger H. Hewins has researched Pyroxene in several fields, including Petrology and Augite.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Breccia, Chondrule, Astrobiology and Cooling rates. His work on Pyroxene as part of his general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to Feldspar, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Breccia research incorporates elements of Sulfur, Martian, Isotopic composition, Regolith and Zircon.
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Origin and age of the earliest Martian crust from meteorite NWA 7533
M. Humayun;Alexander Nemchin;Alexander Nemchin;B. Zanda;B. Zanda;R. Hewins;R. Hewins.
The Paris meteorite, the least altered CM chondrite so far
Roger H. Hewins;Roger H. Hewins;Michèle Bourot-Denise;Brigitte Zanda;Hugues Leroux.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2014)
Experimental Constraints on Chondrule Formation
R. H. Hewins;Connolly, H. C., Lofgren, G. E.,;G. Libourel.
Origin and metamorphic redistribution of silicon, chromium, and phosphorus in the metal of chondrites.
Brigitte Zanda;Michéle Bourot-Denise;Claude Perron;Roger H. Hewins.
Formation conditions of pyroxene-olivine and magnesian olivine chondrules
Patrick M. Radomsky;Roger H. Hewins.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1990)
Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk
R. H. Hewins;Rhian Jones;Ed Scott.
Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk (2011)
Experimental studies of chondrules
R. H. Hewins.
Meteorites and the Early Solar System (1988)
Temperature conditions for chondrule formation
Roger H. Hewins;Patrick M. Radomsky.
Tissint Martian Meteorite: A Fresh Look at the Interior, Surface, and Atmosphere of Mars
H. Chennaoui Aoudjehane;G. Avice;Jean-Alix Barrat;Omar Boudouma.
Carbon and the formation of reduced chondrules
Harold C. Connolly;Roger H. Hewins;Richard D. Ash;Brigitte Zanda.
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