• Publications
  • Influence
K-rich glass-bearing wehrlite xenoliths from Yitong, Northeastern China: petrological and chemical evidence for mantle metasomatism
Abstract Ultramafic xenoliths in Cenozoic alkali basalts from Yitong, northeast China comprise three types in terms of their modal mineralogy: lherzolite, pyroxenite and wehrlite. The wehrlite suiteExpand
  • 63
  • 3
Characteristics and origin of mafic and ultramafic xenoliths in trachyandesite lavas from Heikongshan volcano, Tengchong, Yunnan Province, China
The trachyandesite lavas from Heikongshan volcano of the Tengchong volcanic cluster, Yunnan Province contain relatively abundant mafic and ultramafic small xenoliths comprising mainly gabbro,Expand
  • 5
  • 2
Modifications and extensions to Harrison’s tight-binding theory
Harrison's tight-binding theory provides an excellent qualitative description of the electronic structure of the elements across the periodic table. However, the resulting band structures are inExpand
  • 12
  • 1
  • PDF
Magmatic processes inferred from chemical composition, texture and crystal size distribution of the Heikongshan lavas in the Tengchong volcanic field, SW China
The products of volcanic eruption contain abundant information about the magmatic processes in a magma chamber. In this paper, we study the magmatic processes associated with the Heikongshan volcanoExpand
  • 18
Pseudotachylytes from the Koktokay-Ertai fault zone, Xinjiang, China, and their seismogeologic implications
Multi-period of pseudotachylytes of variable occurrences and shapes are widely outcropped in Haizikou and Mukurasen sections of the Koktokay-Ertai fault zone. They consist of clasts and matrix. TheExpand
Rheology of the lower crust beneath the northern part of North China: Inferences from lower crustal xenoliths from Hannuoba basalts, Hebei Province, China
Lower crustal xenoliths brought up rapidly by basaltic magma onto the earth surface may provide direct information on the lower crust. The main purpose of this research is to gain an insight into theExpand
Spectator response to the participant blast
The interplay between spectator and participant matter in heavy-ion collisions is investigated in the context of a microscopic transport model. Transport simulations show that flow patterns for theExpand
  • 14
  • PDF
Characteristics of fault rocks and paleoearthquake source along the Koktokay-Ertai fault zone, Xinjiang, China
The Koktokay-Ertai fault zone was developed on the basis of a former ductile shear zone (mylonite zone). The mylonites were formed in the brittle-ductile transition zone at 10–15 km depth within theExpand
  • 2