Stony Meteorites can also be divided into Chondrodites, and achondrites, which are commonly named after Chondrules. Chondrules are considered to be identified as small igneous, silicate spheres that are known to dominate most chondritic meteorites. In several cases, chondrules are made up of pyroxene, and olivine minerals, in which come in lesser amounts of glass, and may also contain calcium rich feldspar. More so chondrule asteroids are commonly known to be some of the oldest, and most primitive astronomical bodies that are within our solar system. In several cases, their own formation may have been formed in rapid heating within a cloud of dust from which the solar system originated from. Almost 80% of meteorites that fall on earth are known to be mainly chondrorites It can also occur in Dolomites, Kimberlites, ultramafic rocks, and marbles. ,
In many cases its known to be formed within the monoclinic crystal system, with a chemical composition of Mg, Fe, Ti)5, SiO4)2, (F, Oh, O)4..Chondrodite is known to be found in several places around the world but occurs more within Canada, Skye, Scotland, Germany, Cardiff, Passau, Kamioka, Nordmark, Japan, Sweden, slyudana, Russia, and in different parts of the U.S. Chondrodite is also known to soluble in hot hydrochloric acids, and produces a precipitate that's known to take on gelatinous appearance as the solution starts to cool down.