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Nitrogen Solubility in Bridgmanite Under Lower-Mantle Conditions

Fukuyama K, Kagi H, Inoue T, Kakizawa S, Shinmei T, Sano Y, Deligny C & Füri E

Fukuyama K, Kagi H, Inoue T, Kakizawa S, Shinmei T, Sano Y, Deligny C & Füri E (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 768

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Ko Fukuyama
Hiroyuki Kagi View all 3 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020
Toru Inoue
Sho Kakizawa
Toru Shinmei
Yuji Sano View all 5 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020
Cécile Deligny
Evelyn Füri View all 2 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020

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Submitted by Georg F. Zellmer on
Great talk, Ko, thank you. How about xenon, then. Do you think Xe can also be incorporated in some lower mantle minerals?
Thank you very much for your question. In our research, unfortunately, we don't know whether xenon can be incorporated to the lower mantle minerals or not. However, some previous studies suggested that xenon can be incorporated to SiO2 at Moderate Pressure and High Temperature (Crépisson et al., 2019, Geochem Geophys) In addition, Rosa et al. (2018, AGU abstract) seem to be studying incorporation of xenon into (Mg1-x,Fex)O, one of the lower-mantle inerals.

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