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Maximum fraction of sulfur that can be converted to sulfates through oxidation by radiolytically produced OH and H2O2, for each chondrite type, using contemporary (measured) values of grain density and porosity. All the pores are assumed to be filled with water in the parent body. The high-porosity case for CV was run assuming the earliest age of accretion of the parent body (CAI + 2.5 Myr) to obtain a maximum production; all other cases assume an accretion at CAI + 3.0 Myr (Doyle et al. 2015; Krot et al. 2015; Desch et al. 2018).

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