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Results of experimental determination of the intrinsic oxygen fugacity of Ru-Os-Ir alloys from the Verkh-Neivinsky Dunite-Harzburgite Massif, Middle Urals, Russia

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Original Russian Text © I.Yu. Badanina, E.V. Zharkova, A.A. Kadik, K.N. Malitch, V.V. Murzin, 2015, published in Geokhimiya, 2015, No. 7, pp. 661–666.

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Badanina, I.Y., Zharkova, E.V., Kadik, A.A. et al. Results of experimental determination of the intrinsic oxygen fugacity of Ru-Os-Ir alloys from the Verkh-Neivinsky Dunite-Harzburgite Massif, Middle Urals, Russia. Geochem. Int. 53, 658–663 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0016702915070022

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Keywords

  • ruthenium, osmium, and iridium minerals
  • intrinsic oxygen fugacity
  • redox conditions of formation
  • Verkh-Neivinsky Massif
  • oceanic mantle