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Eugene (Gene) Jarosewich (1926–2007) was a chemist in the Department of Mineral Sciences at the Smithsonian Institution. Gene was known worldwide for his wet chemical analyses of meteorites. Working with specimens from the National Mineral Collection, Gene and his co-workers also developed a set of commonly used standards for electron microprobe analyses.
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