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(1971): Shape analysis of moldavites and their impact origin.
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(1971): Ciselne vyjadreni tvaru vltavinu Numerical expression of the shape of moldavites).
(1972): Quantitative petrographical and chemical data on moldavites and their mutual relations (Kvantitativni petrograficka a chemicka data o vltavinech a jejich vzajemne vztahy).
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(1976): Moldavites and a survey of other naturally occurring glasses.
Tektites from different parts of the world have special names; for example, tektites from Southeast Asia are called Indochinites whereas tektites from Central Europe are called Moldavites
. All tektites contain large amounts of [SiO.sub.2] along with other metal oxides (1, 3-6).