Hugh St.C. O'Neill
Hugh St.C. O'Neill
Professor, Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei anu.edu.au
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Cosmochemical estimates of mantle composition
H Palme, HSC O'Neill
Treatise on geochemistry 2, 568, 2003
13402003
Simple spinels: crystallographic parameters, cation radii, lattice energies, and cation distribution
HSC O'Neill, A Navrotsky
American Mineralogist 68, 181-194, 1983
7141983
The relative effects of pressure, temperature and oxygen fugacity on the solubility of sulfide in mafic magmas
JA Mavrogenes, HSC O’Neill
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (7-8), 1173-1180, 1999
6111999
The transition between spinel lherzolite and garnet lherzolite, and its use as a geobarometer
HSC O'Neill
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 77 (2), 185-194, 1981
5661981
An experimental study of Fe-Mg partitioning between garnet and olivine and its calibration as a geothermometer
HSC O'Neill, BJ Wood
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 70 (1), 59-70, 1979
5211979
The Olivine—Orthopyroxene—Spinel oxygen geobarometer, the nickel precipitation curve, and the oxygen fugacity of the Earth's Upper Mantle
HSC O'NEILL, VJ Wall
Journal of Petrology 28 (6), 1169-1191, 1987
5171987
Cation distributions and thermodynamic properties of binary spinel solid solutions
HSC O'Neill, A Navrotsky
American Mineralogist 69, 733-753, 1984
3481984
Analysis of 60 elements in 616 ocean floor basaltic glasses
FE Jenner, HSC O'Neill
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 13 (2), 2012
3472012
The origin of the Moon and the early history of the Earth—A chemical model. Part 2: The Earth
HSC O'Neill
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 55 (4), 1159-1172, 1991
3201991
The sulfide capacity and the sulfur content at sulfide saturation of silicate melts at 1400 C and 1 bar
HSC O’Neill, JA Mavrogenes
Journal of Petrology 43 (6), 1049-1087, 2002
3082002
The crystal/melt partitioning of V during mantle melting as a function of oxygen fugacity compared with some other elements (Al, P, Ca, Sc, Ti, Cr, Fe, Ga, Y, Zr and Nb)
G Mallmann, HSC O’Neill
Journal of Petrology 50 (9), 1765-1794, 2009
3022009
The magnetite crisis in the evolution of arc-related magmas and the initial concentration of Au, Ag and Cu
FE Jenner, HSC O’Neill, RJ Arculus, JA Mavrogenes
Journal of Petrology 51 (12), 2445-2464, 2010
2932010
Thermodynamic data from redox reactions at high temperatures. I. An experimental and theoretical assessment of the electrochemical method using stabilized zirconia electrolytes …
HSC O'Neill, MI Pownceby
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 114 (3), 296-314, 1993
2891993
XANES calibrations for the oxidation state of iron in a silicate glass
AJ Berry, HSC O’Neill, KD Jayasuriya, SJ Campbell, GJ Foran
American Mineralogist 88 (7), 967-977, 2003
2702003
The effect of melt composition on trace element partitioning: an experimental investigation of the activity coefficients of FeO, NiO, CoO, MoO2 and MoO3 in silicate melts
HSC O'Neill, SM Eggins
Chemical Geology 186 (1-2), 151-181, 2002
2692002
Quartz-fayalite-iron and quartz-fayalite-magnetite equilibria and the free energy of formation of fayalite (Fe 2 SiO 4 ) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4 )
HSC O'Neill
American Mineralogist 72 (1-2), 67-75, 1987
2651987
Distribution of ferric iron in some upper-mantle assemblages
D Canil, HSTC O'NEILL
Journal of Petrology 37 (3), 609-635, 1996
2641996
The near-solidus transition from garnet lherzolite to spinel lherzolite
S Klemme, HSC O'Neill
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 138, 237-248, 2000
2602000
Crystal structures and cation distributions in simple spinels from powder XRD structural refinements: MgCr 2 O 4, ZnCr 2 O 4, Fe 3 O 4 and the temperature dependence of the …
HSC O'Neill, WA Dollase
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 20 (8), 541-555, 1994
2461994
Collisional erosion and the non-chondritic composition of the terrestrial planets
HSC O'Neill, H Palme
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Mathematical, Physical and …, 2008
2212008
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