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HRJRG-404 - Helmholtz Russia Joint Research Group

Structural properties of carbonate-silicate melts and their effect on fractionation processes in the deep Earth investigated by synchrotron radiation, spectroscopic, and ion probe methods

Pohlenz J., Pascarelli S., O Mathon O., Belin S., A Shiryaev A., Safonov O., Veligzhanin A., Murzin V., Irifune T., Wilke M. (2016) Structural properties of sodium-rich carbonate-silicate melts: An in-situ high-pressure EXAFS study on Y and Sr. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 712, 012083. doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/712/1/012083

Rosa A.D., Pohlenz J., de Grouchy C., Cochain B., Kono Y., Pasternak S., Mathon O., Irifune T., Wilke M. (2016) In situ characterization of liquid network structures at high pressure and temperature using X-ray absorption spectroscopy coupled with the Paris-Edinburgh press. High Pressure Research. doi: 10.1080/08957959.2016.1199693

Pohlenz J., Pascarelli S., Mathon O., Rosa A.D., Belin S., Landrot G., Murzin V., Veligzhanin A., Shiryaev A., Irifune T., Wilke M. (submitted) Structural controls on Y, La and Sr incorporation into sodium-rich silicate - carbonate melts by in-situ high P-T EXAFS. Chemical Geology.