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Fig. 1


NIR spectra of a eucrite (Millbillillie) and a diogenite powder (Dhofar700) showing the absence of significant H2O- related 3-μm band upon heating to 80   °C and in a moderate vacuum (P = 10-3 mbar). Note the presence of a 3.1 μm band in the spectrum of Dhofar 700. From its shape and position, this feature may be caused by a small amount of goethite produced by terrestrial weathering. The small absorption at 3.4 μm is likely due to the presence of organic contamination.

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