Coordinated EDX and micro‐Raman analysis of presolar silicon carbide: A novel, nondestructive method to identify rare subgroup SiC

1Nan Liu,2Andrew Steele,1Larry R. Nittler,3Rhonda M. Stroud,3Bradley T. De Gregorio,1Conel M. O’D. Alexander,1Jianhua Wang
Meteoritics & Planetary Science (in Press) Link to Article [https://doi.org/10.1111/maps.13555]
1Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington, District of Columbia, 20015 USA
2Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington, District of Columbia, 20015 USA
3Materials Science and Technology Division, US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, District of Columbia, 20375–5320 USA
Published by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons

We noticed a few minor errors in Table S2 in the supplement of the original manuscript, as summarized below. (1) The error for the 14N/15N ratio of grain M2‐A4‐G27 should be 0.2 instead of 0.3. (2) The δ30Si value of grain M1‐A5‐G1112 should be 16 instead of 19. (3) The names of grains M2‐A1‐G569 and M2‐A1‐G576 should be M2‐A2‐G569 and M2‐A1‐G576‐2, respectively. This erratum contains the correct data table (Table S2).

In addition, we would like to note that the isotope ratios for grains M1‐A4‐G557 and M2‐A1‐G303 reported in Table S2 are slightly different from those reported in Liu et al. (2017), due to small differences in the adopted regions of interest (ROIs) for data reduction. The use of different ROIs and slightly different normalization approaches also resulted in small differences between the silicon isotope ratios of X grains reported in Table S2 and in Liu et al. (2018). The two sets of data, however, generally overlap with each other within 1σ errors, and the small differences do not affect any of the discussions or conclusions in these papers.

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