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The fate of sulfide during igneous processes of terrestrial planetary bodies
In order to constrain the S flux from Martian mantle to crust and atmosphere by magmatism, we simulated basalt-sulfide melt equilibria using two synthesized Martian meteorite compositions in both anhydrous and hydrous ...
Experimental investigation of crust-mantle hybridization in the Earth’s shallow upper mantle
Chemical heterogeneities in the Earth’s mantle, such as subducted sediments and oceanic crust, along with volatiles such as H2O and CO2 affect melting processes, hence, chemical differentiation of the Earth and their ...
Carbon in Silicate Melt - Experimental Constraints and Applications for the Subduction Zone and Magma Ocean Carbon Cycles
We conducted high pressure and temperature experiments to determine the pressure, temperature, H2O content, and oxygen fugacity dependence of CO2 solubility on natural hydrous rhyolitic melts. These studies are applicable ...
Experimental Investigation on Magmatic Decomposition of Crustal Carbonates in Volcanic Arcs as a Source of CO2 Outgassing
The carbon cycle is a key factor in Earth's ability to sustain life. The natural stores of carbon and processes that transfer this element between reservoirs are important, particularly when considering that the content ...
Carbon in graphite-saturated silicate melts - Implications for the oxidation state of Earth's surface and interior
This work presents experimental (Chapter 1) and modeling studies (Chapter 2) designed to constrain dissolved CO2 concentrations in graphite-saturated silicate melts over a range of pressures, temperatures, compositions and ...