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Published: 01 December 1959
American Mineralogist (1959) 44 (11-12): 1115–1120.
...S. Geller; C. E. Miller Abstract In the system Ca 3 Al 2 (SiO 4 ) 3 —Y 3 Fe 2 (FeO 4 ) 3 , a series of solid solutions exists over the range 10–100% Y 3 Fe 2 (FeO 4 ) 3 , Similar to the system spessartite—yttrium-aluminum garnet, this system docs not follow a linear composition vs. lattice constant...
Journal Article
Journal: Elements
Published: 01 December 2013
Elements (2013) 9 (6): 447–452.
... of a plethora of magnetic garnets. The prototype, yttrium iron garnet [acronym YIG, {Y 3 }[Fe 3+ 2 ](Fe 3+ 3 )O 12 ], was discovered in 1956. Since then a large number of different end-member-composition magnetic garnets, as well as solid solutions, have been synthesized. Because of the different magnetic...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1996
Journal of the Geological Society (1996) 153 (6): 839–852.
... and of the Strath Ossian Granite Complex. The source is almost certainly the weathering of biotite or garnet. Yttrium anomalies (above 1.0 pg I- ' ) are also closely related to the outcrop of the Appin Group and are virtually absent from all other outcrop areas and relates well to the observation of Lambert (1982...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2021
American Mineralogist (2021) 106 (4): 641–649.
... groups, as well the synthetic yttrium garnets Y 3 Al 2 Al 3 O 12 (YAG) and Y 3 F e 2 3 + F e 3 3 + O 12 (YIG), in terms of constituents at the X site. We did not consider solid-solutions between priscillagrewite-(Y) and other garnet species because in this case...
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Published: 01 May 2014
American Mineralogist (2014) 99 (5-6): 1022–1034.
... that dominate in garnet solid-solutions in Earth’s lower crust and upper mantle: Mg, Fe, Mn, and Ca, in end-members pyrope (Pyp), almandine (Alm), spessartine (Sps), and grossular (Grs), respectively. Unit-cell dimensions scale with the size of the M cation; at ~298 K and 1 bar, a 0 (Prp) = 1.1457 nm; a 0...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2006
American Mineralogist (2006) 91 (4): 517–525.
... )-majorite (MgSiO 3 ) garnets solid solution. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals , 27 , 445 –452. Irifune, T. and Ringwood, A.E. ( 1987 ) Phase transformation in primitive MORB and pyrolite compostions to 25 GPa and some geophysical implications. In Y. Syono and M.H. Manghnami, Eds., High-pressure...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 22 December 2021
Geosphere (2021)
... of a melt or a solution (Hammer et al., 2010; pillar and Dolejs, 2015). In the ideal case, there is some compatibility between crystalline structure of the nucleating phase and that of the solid substrate. In the context of our work, we consider whether our four accessory minerals could nucleate...
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2010
The Canadian Mineralogist (2010) 48 (5): 1171–1193.
...). Plane-polarized light. Given the ambiguities in determining site occupancies and the valences of V, Cr, Mn, and Fe, and in measuring the H content in a complex garnet solid-solution, it would have been desirable to supplement the crystal-structure refinements and electron-microprobe...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2015
American Mineralogist (2015) 100 (7): 1578–1583.
... 2015 Niobates oxide melt solution calorimetry heat of formation pyrochlore defect fluorite rare earth minerals The rare earth elements (RE) include lanthanides, yttrium, and scandium. Geochemically classified as incompatible elements, they do not readily substitute into major rock...
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Published: 01 January 2002
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry (2002) 51 (1): 137–179.
... that, with increasing pressure, pyroxenes and garnets undergo gradual solid solution reactions to form majoritic garnets, and finally silicate perovskite (Fig. 16 ). In a similar way, olivine transforms first to wadsleyite, then to ringwoodite before breaking down in an assemblage of silicate-perovskite...
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