Identification of fluid inclusion daughter minerals using Gandolfi X ' raY techniques

@inproceedings{JBooNen2007IdentificationOF,
  title={Identification of fluid inclusion daughter minerals using Gandolfi X ' raY techniques},
  author={R. J'BooNen},
  year={2007}
}
  • R. J'BooNen
  • Published 2007
Unequivocal identifications of individual daughter minerals extracted from fluid inclusions have been obtained using microtechniques in conjunction with the Gandolfi X-ray camera. This development represents a major advance in fluid inclusion research because solid phases from preselected fluid inclusions may now be routinely and unambiguously identified. Application of this technique allows the worker to not only measure the homogenization and freezing temperatures of a fluid inclusion of… CONTINUE READING

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