Noble gas solubility in silicate melts:a review of experimentation and theory, and implications regarding magma degassing processes

@inproceedings{Paonita2005NobleGS,
  title={Noble gas solubility in silicate melts:a review of experimentation and theory, and implications regarding magma degassing processes},
  author={Antonio Paonita},
  year={2005}
}
Noble gas solubility in silicate melts and glasses has gained a crucial role in Earth Sciences investigations and in the studies of non-crystalline materials on a micro to a macro-scale. Due to their special geochemical features, noble gases are in fact ideal tracers of magma degassing. Their inert nature also allows them to be used to probe the structure of silicate melts. Owing to the development of modern high pressure and temperature technologies, a large number of experimental… CONTINUE READING

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