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degassing n.

Chromatographic Problems Related to Mobile Phase Degassing and Fluorescence Detection

Crystallization and Degassing in the Basement Sill, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica

Constraints on Magma Degassing beneath the Far Southeast Porphyry Cu–Au Deposit, Philippines

Chloride Solubility in Felsic Melts and the Role of Chloride in Magmatic Degassing

The Kinetics of Degassing-Induced Crystallization at Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat

Degassing at the Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat, Recorded in Matrix Glass Compositions

The Behavior of Metals (Pb, Zn, As, Mo, Cu) During Crystallization and Degassing of Rhyolites from the Okataina Volcanic Center, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

Conditions of Magma Storage, Degassing and Ascent at Stromboli: New Insights into the Volcano Plumbing System with Inferences on the Eruptive Dynamics

Complex Phenocryst Textures and Zoning Patterns in Andesites and Dacites: Evidence of Degassing-Induced Rapid Crystallization?

Magma Chambers Emplaced in Carbonate Substrate: Petrogenesis of Skarn and Cumulate Rocks and Implications for CO2 Degassing in Volcanic Areas

Role of Syn-eruptive Cooling and Degassing on Textures of Lavas from the ad 1783–1784 Laki Eruption, South Iceland

Volatiles in Alkalic Basalts form the North Arch Volcanic Field, Hawaii: Extensive Degassing of Deep Submarine-erupted Alkalic Series Lavas

Understanding Degassing and Transport of CO2-rich Alkalic Magmas at Ross Island, Antarctica using Olivine-Hosted Melt Inclusions

Conduit- to Localized-scale Degassing during Plinian Eruptions: Insights from Major Element and Volatile (Cl and H2O) Analyses within Vesuvius ad 79 Pumice

On the Time Scales of Magma Genesis, Melt Evolution, Crystal Growth Rates and Magma Degassing in the Erebus Volcano Magmatic System Using the 238U, 235U and 232Th Decay Series


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The process of removing unwanted gases trapped in a metal casting to improve the quality of the casting.

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