1. The Viscosity of Magmatic Liquids: Experiment, Generalized Patterns. A Model for Calculation and Prediction. Applications.- 2. Relations Between Structure, Redox Equilibria of Iron, and Properties of Magmatic Liquids.- 3. Diffusion in Magmatic Melts: New Study.- 4. Chemical Diffusion in Magmas: An Overview of Experimental Results and Geochemical Applications.- 5. The Role of High Field Strength Cations in Silicate Melts.- 6. The Mobility of Mg, Ca, and Si in Diopside-Jadeite Liquids a High Pressures.- 7. Thermodynamic Properties of Silicate Liquids at High Pressure and Their Bearing on Igneous Petrology.- 8. The Relationship Between Activities of Divalent Cation Oxides and the Solution of Sulfide in Silicate and Aluminosilicate Liquids.- 9. Thermodynamics of the Liquidus in the System Diopside-Water: A Review.- 10. Origin of Subduction Zone Magmas Based on Experimental Pertrology.- 11. Effects of Fluid Composition on Melting Phase Relationships: The Application of Korzhinskii's Open Systems.
Physical Chemistry of Magmas investigates the properties, structure, and phase relationships of silicate melts with invited contributions from an international team of experts. Data and some rules for estimating the properties and structures of melts, as well as the implications of the physical chemistry of silicate liquids to igneous petrology are presented. The second section then focuses on phase relationships, with particular attention on the application of experimental and theoretical petrology to modeling the origin of certain magmas.
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