HIGH PRESSURE REDOX GEOCHEMISTRY OF TUNGSTEN IN METAL– SILICATE SYSTEMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CORE FORMATION IN THE EARTH By

@inproceedings{Shofner2011HIGHPR,
  title={HIGH PRESSURE REDOX GEOCHEMISTRY OF TUNGSTEN IN METAL– SILICATE SYSTEMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CORE FORMATION IN THE EARTH By},
  author={Gregory Allen Shofner},
  year={2011}
}
  • Gregory Allen Shofner
  • Published 2011
Title of Document: HIGH PRESSURE REDOX GEOCHEMISTRY OF TUNGSTEN IN METAL–SILICATE SYSTEMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CORE FORMATION IN THE EARTH Gregory Allen Shofner, Ph.D., 2011 Directed By: Adjunct Associate Professor, Andrew J. Campbell, Department of Geology Geochemical models of core formation are commonly based on core and mantle abundances of siderophile elements. Because of the affinity of these elements for metallic phases, they are thought to be highly concentrated in Earth's core. Tungsten… CONTINUE READING

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