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American Mineralogist      Vol. 103, no. 11   November 2018

Mapping the distribution of melt during anatexis at the source area of crustal granites by synchrotron μ-XRF
Fabio Ferri, Antonio Acosta-Vigil, Carlos Alberto Perez, and Nicolás Hayek
Item #AM-18-116290
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High-temperature behavior of natural ferrierite: In-situ synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction study
Rossella Arletti, Riccardo Fantini, Carlotta Giacobbe, Reto Gieré, Giovanna Vezzalini, Ruggero Vigliaturo, and Simona Quartieri
Item #AM-18-116663
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The crystal chemistry of the sakhaite–harkerite solid solution
R. James Evans, Lee A. Groat, Jan Cempírek, Radek Škoda, Edward S. Grew, and Cyrielle Bernard
Item #AM-18-116563
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Quantitative analysis of H-species in anisotropic minerals by unpolarized infrared spectroscopy: An experimental evaluation
Yangyang Qiu, Haotian Jiang, István Kovács, Qun-ke Xia, and Xiaozhi Yang
Item #AM-18-116620
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Dating phosphates of the strongly shocked Suizhou chondrite
Shaolin Li and Weibiao Hsu
Item #AM-18-116582
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Quantitative measurement of olivine composition in three dimensions using helical-scan X-ray micro-tomography
Matthew J. Pankhurst, Nghia T. Vo, Alan R. Butcher, Haili Long, Hongchang Wang, Sara Nonni, Jason Harvey, Gu.mundur Gu.finnsson, Ronald Fowler, Robert Atwood, Richard Walshaw, and Peter D. Lee
Item #AM-18-116419
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Chemical fingerprints and residence times of olivine in the 1959 Kilauea Iki eruption, Hawaii: Insights into picrite formation
Richard W. Bradshaw, Adam J.R. Kent, and Frank J. Tepley III
Item #AM-18-116331
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Predicting olivine composition using Raman spectroscopy through band shift and multivariate analyses
Laura B. Breitenfeld, M. Darby Dyar, C.J. Carey, Thomas J. Tague Jr., Peng Wang, Terry Mullen, and Mario Parente
Item #AM-18-116291
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Dehydrogenation and dehydroxylation as drivers of the thermal decomposition of Fe-chlorites
Małgorzata Lempart, Arkadiusz Derkowski, Katarzyna Luberda-Durnaś, Michał Skiba, and Artur Błachowski
Item #AM-18-116541
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High-pressure granulite facies metamorphism (~1.8 GPa) revealed in silica-undersaturated garnet-spinel-corundum gneiss, Central Maine Terrane, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Duncan S. Keller and Jay J. Ague
Item #AM-18-116543
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Raman elastic geobarometry for anisotropic mineral inclusions
Mara Murri, Mattia L. Mazzucchelli, Nicola Campomenosi, Andrey V. Korsakov, Mauro Prencipe, Boriana D. Mihailova, Marco Scambelluri, Ross J. Angel, and Matteo Alvaro
Item #AM-18-116625
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Synthesis and crystal structure of Mg-bearing Fe9O11: New insight in the complexity of Fe-Mg oxides at conditions of the deep upper mantle
Takayuki Ishii, Laura Uenver-Thiele, Alan B. Woodland, Edith Alig, and Tiziana Boffa Ballaran
Item #AM-18-116646
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