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Magmatic inclusions in the search for natural silicate-salt melt immiscibility: methodology and examples
Kamenetsky, VS and De Vivo, B and Naumov, VB and Kamenetsky, MB and Mernagh, TP and van Achterbergh, E and Ryan, CG and Davidson, P (2003) Magmatic inclusions in the search for natural silicate-salt melt immiscibility: methodology and examples. In: Melt inclusions in volcanic systems : methods, applications and problems. Developments in volcanology (5). Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 65-82. ISBN 978-0444511515
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Immiscible phase separation during the cooling and crystallisation of magmas is an inherently fugitive phenomenon and melt inclusions may provide the only remaining evidence of this process. We detail those features of such inclusions that can both prove the existence of immiscible phase separation, and constrain the compositional signature of the process. To do so requires the combination of traditional methods (petrographic examination, microthermometry, etc.) with state of the art microbeam analytical techniques (laser Raman spectroscopy and proton-induced X-ray emission). Examples of inclusions in phenocrysts from barren and mineralised rocks are provided to illustrate the approach and validate the interpretations.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Journal or Publication Title:||Developments in Volcanology, 5. Melt inclusions in volcanic systems: methods, applications and problems|
|Page Range:||pp. 65-82|
|Date Deposited:||10 Aug 2006|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 03:11|
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