Correction to: CrystalMom: a new model for the evolution of crystal size distributions in magmas with the quadrature-based method of moments

  • Simone Colucci
  • Mattia de’ Michieli Vitturi
  • Patrizia Landi
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Correction to: Contrib Mineral Petrol (2017) 172:100  https://doi.org/10.1007/s00410-017-1421-6

(1) The order first name–family name of the authors (Colucci Simone, de’ Michieli Vitturi Mattia, Landi Patrizia) is published incorrectly. The correct order is: Simone Colucci, Mattia de’ Michieli Vitturi, Patrizia Landi.

(2) Table 2: on the first and second line (Run 1–2), the cells containing the values of Di CND (1 × 1012) and Pl CND (8.6 × 1010) are published incorrectly, the correct values are shown below

Di CND = 8.6 × 1011.

Pl CND = 8.4 × 1010.

On the third line (Run 3), the cells containing the values of Di SMD (38), Di CND (6.5 × 1012), Pl SMD (38) and Pl CND (6.8 × 1012) are published incorrectly, the correct values are shown below

Di SMD = 40

Di CND = 5.3 × 1012

Pl SMD = 39

Pl CND = 6.2 × 1012

On the last line (Run 4), the cells containing the values of Di SMD (38), Di CND (5.7 × 1013) and Pl SMD (38) are published incorrectly, the correct values are shown below

Di SMD = 23

Di CND = 5.2 × 1013

Pl SMD = 24

(3) The published Fig. 5 presents some errors, the correct Fig. 5 is shown below

(4) As there are errors in the supplement, the correct supplement is replaced with the existing one.

Supplementary material

Crystallization simulation (1200-1100°C, slow cooling rate) Numerical simulation of the temporal evolution of residual liquid composition and crystal size distribution due to undercooling crystallization of HK-basalt from Stromboli. The temperature decreases from 1200°C to 1100°C with a cooling rate of 1 °C/h and then the temperature is kept constant at 1100°C for 12 hours (please note the video advances with different speeds during the two phases). The evolution of the composition is plotted with a thin black line during the cooling phase and with a thick black line during the subsequent 12 hours. Red and green lines represent the isotherms corresponding to the final temperature and the blue line is the cotectic curve. The numerical model is based on the quadrature-based method of moments technique to track the temporal evolution of the crystal size distribution. The main difference with the most common "class methods", where the crystal size distribution is partitioned in a finite number of size classes, is that in our procedure “classes” are moving along the particle size axis and are changing their "relative CND" in order to give always the correct moments. (MP4 1496 KB)

Crystallization simulation (1200-1100°C, fast cooling rate) Numerical simulation of the temporal evolution of residual liquid composition and crystal size distribution due to undercooling crystallization of HK-basalt from Stromboli. The temperature decreases from 1200°C to 1100°C with a cooling rate of 900 °C/h and then the temperature is kept constant at 1100°C for 12 hours (please note the video advances with different speeds during the two phases). The evolution of the composition is plotted with a thin black line during the cooling phase and with a thick black line during the subsequent 12 hours. Red and green lines represent the isotherms corresponding to the final temperature and the blue line is the cotectic curve. (MP4 1675 KB)

Crystallization simulation (1200-1150°C, slow cooling rate) Numerical simulation of the temporal evolution of residual liquid composition and crystal size distribution due to undercooling crystallization of HK-basalt from Stromboli. The temperature decreases from 1200°C to 1150°C with a cooling rate of 1 °C/h and then the temperature is kept constant at 1150°C for 12 hours (please note the video advances with different speeds during the two phases). The evolution of the composition is plotted with a thin black line during the cooling phase and with a thick black line during the subsequent 12 hours. Red and green lines represent the isotherms corresponding to the final temperature and the blue line is the cotectic curve. (MP4 1554 KB)

Crystallization simulation (1200-1150°C, fast cooling rate) Numerical simulation of the temporal evolution of residual liquid composition and crystal size distribution due to undercooling crystallization of HK-basalt from Stromboli. The temperature decreases from 1200°C to 1150°C with a cooling rate of 900 °C/h and then the temperature is kept constant at 1150°C for 12 hours (please note the video advances with different speeds during the two phases). The evolution of the composition is plotted with a thin black line during the cooling phase and with a thick black line during the subsequent 12 hours. Red and green lines represent the isotherms corresponding to the final temperature and the blue line is the cotectic curve. (MP4 1508 KB)

410_2018_1453_MOESM5_ESM.eps (246 kb)
Temporal evolution of growth rate and nucleation rate at slow (SCR) and fast (FCR) cooling rates and different final temperatures (EPS 246 KB)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia INGV, sezione di PisaPisaItaly

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