fluid inclusion

fluid inclusion

[¦flü·əd in′klü·zhən]
(petrology)
A tiny fluid-filled cavity in an igneous rock that forms by the entrapment of the liquid from which the rock crystallized.
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These conclusions are unequivocal from the fluid inclusion data alone.
In this study, fluid inclusion and stable isotope geochemistry are used to constrain the mode of formation of the quartz.
A daughter crystal was noted in one fluid inclusion in crystal #1.
Hydrothermal fracture mineralization in the stable cratonic northern part of the Baltic Paleobasin: sphalerite fluid inclusion evidence.
Nwachukwu (1974) determined the temperature of formation of the Abakaliki deposits from fluid inclusion studies and suggested a magmatic origin for the deposits.
Work completed comprised geochemical sampling, fluid inclusion studies, mapping, geophysics and drilling (~45 pre-Newcrest holes).
With the majority of the oil and gas industry in Myanmar currently focused on upstream activities, Oil & Gas Myanmar has pooled together exhibitors to meet this demand; they include well-known industry names such as 3D-GEO, Downhole Products, Fluid Inclusion, Lonestar Triplefast, Sensitron Singapore and Technics Offshore Engineering.
The p-T condition of greisenization in the Hub stock was estimated using a detailed fluid inclusion study (e.
The centre will further have facilities for fluid inclusion studies, petrological studies and geophysical data analyses etc.