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All abstracts by Yoko Kebukawa in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) From Carbon in Meteorites to Carbonatite Rocks on Earth
Stagno V, Kono Y, Greaux S, Kebukawa Y, Stopponi V, Scarlato P, Lustrino M & Irifune T

(2016) Melting of Tagish Lake Meteorite at High Pressure: Implications for the Fate of the Carbonaceous Matter during Planetary Accretion
Stagno V, Du W, Kebukawa Y & Irifune T

(2016) Ceres Revealed in a Grain of Salt
Zolensky M, Bodnar R, Fries M, Chan Q, Kebukawa Y, Mikouchi T, Hagiya K, Komatsu M, Ohsumi K & Steele A

(2016) Energetics of Amino Acid Formation in Slightly Reducing Atmospheres of Primitive Earth and Titan
Kobayashi K, Abe H, Aoki R, Kebukawa Y, Shibata H, Yoshida S, Shibata H, Kondo K & Oguri Y

(2016) Evaluating Degradation of Organic Matter in Murchison Meteorite Captured by Aerogel after Hypervelocity Experiments
Okudaira K, Kebukawa Y, Yabuta H, Nakato A, Kilcoyne D, Hasegawa S, Tabata M, Kobayashi K, Yano H & Yamagishi A

(2016) Coordinated NanoSIMS and iMScope Analyses for Extraterrestrial Organics in Murchison Matrix
Ito M, Kebukawa Y, Ijiri A & Naraoka H

(2016) Aqueous Chemistry of Formaldehyde and Ammonia in the Early Solar System
Kebukawa Y, Misawa S, Kawai J, Mita H, Nanbu K, Ouchi T, Muramatsu Y, Yoda I, Tachibana S & Kobayashi K

(2015) Diverse Organic Compounds Possibly Synthesized in Meteorite Parent Bodies with Formaldehyde, Ammonia and Water
Kebukawa Y, Tachibana S, Cody G, Ishikawa Y, Kaneko T & Kobayashi K

(2013) Hydrogen Isotope Exchange between Insoluble Organic Matter and Water in Chondrite Parent Bodies
Kebukawa Y & Cody G

(2012) A Plausible Relationship between D/H in Primitive Solar System Organic Solids, their Origin, and their Associated Water
Cody G, Wang Y, Kebukawa Y, Fogel M & Alexander C

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