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  Information - GMPV3 Experiment under HP-HT conditions: application in geosciences

Event Information
In addition to petrological and geochemical studies, a HP-HT experiment is a powerful tool for understanding of origin and evolution of mineral assemblages formed under high-pressure conditions, such as mantle inclusions, UHP metamorphic rocks, impactites etc. In our session, we intend to collect presentations showing an ability of the HP-HT experiment to solve specific geological and petrological problems. We solicit contributions from both petrologists and material scientists concerning to a wide spectrum of experiments on phase equilibria both in model systems and rocks, formed at HP-HT conditions; synthesis of specific phases and assemblages, indicative of HP and UHP conditions; partitioning of trace elements between phases under HP conditions; determination of thermodynamic properties of HP minerals, fluids, and melts.
The session is organized by Working Group on Mineral Equilibria at IMA and sponsored by IMA.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Leonid Dubrovinsky (Bayreuth)
Alexander Sobolev (Moscow)

The session is organized by Working Group on Mineral Equilibria at IMA and sponsored by IMA.

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