Gibeon Meteorite, is a large meteorite that burst high in the atmosphere, and was first reported in 1836.
The chemical composition of the Gibeon is: 90% iron, 8% nickel, 0.4% cobalt, 0.04% phosphorus.
The minerals in the Gibeon are:
Kamacite, taenite make up 99%+ of the meteorite
Troilite (an iron sulfide) is common as nodules and in recrystallized forms.
Chromite (chrome oxide) is found occasionally
Daubreelite is found in the kamacite.
Enstatite (a silicate mineral--pyroxene) is rare.
Tridymite (a silicate mineral) is rare.