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Thermodynamic modeling of geological materials: minerals, fluids and melts

Thermodynamic modeling of geological materials: minerals, fluids and melts - Washington: Mineralogical Society of America, 1987 - xiii, 499p. Pbk. - Reviews in mineralogy Vol. 17 0275-0279 .

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Thermodynamic Analysis of Phase Equilibria In Simple Mineral Systems
Chapter 2. Models of Crystalline Solutions
Chapter 3. Thermodynamics of Multicomponent Systems Containing Several Solid Solutions
Chapter 4. A Thermodynamic Model for Aqueous Solutions of Liquid-Like Density
Chapter 5. Models of Mineral Solubility In Concentrated Brines With Application To Field Observations
Chapter 6. Calculation of the Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Species and The Solubilities Of Minerals In Supercritical Electrolyte Solutions
Chapter 7. Igneous Fluids
Chapter 8. Ore Fluids: Magmatic To Supergene
Chapter 9. Thermodynamic Models of Molecular Fluids at the Elevated Pressures And Temperatures Of Crustal Metamorphism
Chapter 10. Mineral Solubilities and Speciation In Supercritical Metamorphic Fluids
Chapter 11. Development of Models for Multicomponent Melts: Analysis of Synthetic Systems
Chapter 12. Modeling Magmatic Systems: Thermodynamic Relations
Chapter 13. Modeling Magmatic Systems: Petrologic Applications

Volume 17 of Reviews in Mineralogy is based on a short course, entitled "Thermodynamic Modeling of Geological Materials: Minerals, Fluids amd Melts," October 22-25, 1987, at the Wickenburg Inn near Phoenix, Arizona.



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