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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A morphological, mineralogical and paragenetic description of quartz veins is presented, a detailed fluid inclusion study is reported, and an estimation of the conditions related to temperature, pressure, pH and oxygen fugacity (f[O.sub.2]) is performed.
A hydrostatic fluid element (HSFLD242) was used to simulate the fluid inclusion such as void filled with fluids inside a solid model in order to modeling fluid-solid interaction with incompressible or compressible fluids under uniform pressure.
Fluid inclusion microthermometric analyses display salinity values supporting dominantly meteoric water.
Vein and karst barite deposits in the western Jebilet of Morocco: fluid inclusion and isotope (S, O, Sr) evidence for regional fluid mixing related to central Atlantic rifting.
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.g., Dolnicek et al.
The centre will further have facilities for fluid inclusion studies, petrological studies and geophysical data analyses etc.
Fluid inclusion study has proven to be an important tool for constraining the physicochemical conditions of hydrothermal mineralization [81].
The executive acknowledges the need for investment incentives to bring about fluid inclusion of renewable energy in the market.
(1997) Fluid inclusion evidence for "shield-type" brine mineralization in post-metamorphic.
Broad ranges of fluid inclusion temperatures are reported for many deposits, such as 465 to 100[degrees]C at the Kochbulak epithermal deposit, but what does such a range tell us about temperatures of ore formation?