Experimental study of trace element release during ultrahigh-pressure serpentinite dehydration

This dataset contains raw element concentration values for individual synthetic fluid inclusions hosted in olivine produced during high pressure serpentinite dehydration experiments

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    Data record related to this publication Experimental study of trace element release during ultrahigh-pressure serpentinite dehydration
    Data Publication title Experimental study of trace element release during ultrahigh-pressure serpentinite dehydration
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    This dataset contains raw element concentration values for individual synthetic fluid inclusions hosted in olivine produced during high pressure serpentinite dehydration experiments

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    • subduction
    • serpentinite
    • experimental petrology
    • fluid inclusions
    • devolatilisation
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    • DP1095280 - Chemical tracking of metamorphism
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    • 040202 - Inorganic Geochemistry
    • 040304 - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
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    • 97 - Expanding Knowledge
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      James Cook University
    Citation Spandler, Carl (2014): Experimental study of trace element release during ultrahigh-pressure serpentinite dehydration. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.4225/28/558B7A6553C7D