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A New Crushing Technique for Coupled ẟ13C and ẟ18O Analysis in Fluid Inclusions

Luciani N, Nikogosian I, van der Lubbe HJL, Verdegaal-Warmerdam SJA, Postma O, Davies GR & Koornneef JM

Luciani N, Nikogosian I, van der Lubbe HJL, Verdegaal-Warmerdam SJA, Postma O, Davies GR & Koornneef JM (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 1648

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Submitted by Nivea Magalhaes on
Is CO2 the only C-bearing phase in the melt inclusions or is there any chance for CH4 also to be present? If so, how would you work this out with this method? (I work with samples where both phases are present and am interested in this method)


Submitted by Natascia Luciani on
Hi Nivea, Thanks for your question. The C-bearing phase we analysed in the fluid inclusions is pure CO2.


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