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Elenco Laboratori con RADRL e Preposti

Elenco Laboratori

 
LABORATORI DiSTAR
  RADRL PREPOSTO UBICAZIONE
AAS-Cromatografia Ionica Morra Monetti L1 4.LAB.56
Acqua deionizzata Monetti Monetti L1 4.LAB.54
Camera bianca D’Antonio Di Renzo L1 4.LAB.47/48
Caratterizzazione Lapidei Colella Di Benedetto L2 T.LAB.03
Chimica fine 1 Parente Mondillo L1 4.LAB.77
Chimica fine 2 Balassone Francese L1 4.LAB.59
Chimico 1 Aiello Monetti L3 3.LAB.31
Chimico 2 Di Donato Monetti L3 3.LAB.08
Forni e Muffole De Bonis Colella L2 T.LAB.04
FT-IR Cappelletti Francese L1 4.LAB.57
Geochimica Ambientale Albanese Albanese L3 3.LAB.10
Geofisica Applicata 1 Di Maio La Manna L3 3.LAB.07
Geofisica Applicata 2 Fedi Paoletti L2 T.LAB.18
Geologia Applicata e Geotecnica De Vita Di Clemente L2 T.LAB.13
ICP-OES Morra Monetti L1 4.LAB.55
Inclusioni Fluide Rossi Lima L3 3.LAB.05
Osservatorio Meteorologico Scafetta Viola San Marcellino
Microscopia Ottica 1 Fedele Guarino L1 4.LAB.60
Microscopia Ottica 2 Barra Monetti L1 4.LAB.58
Microscopia del Sedimentario (Ottica 3) Iannace Parente L3 1.LAB.15
Preparazione campioni Franciosi Francese L1 4.LAB.46
SEM Petrosino De Gennaro L2 T.LAB.06
Sezioni sottili Vitale Bravi L2 T.LAB.15
Spettrometria di massa D’Antonio Di Renzo L1 4.LAB.52
Taglio e macinazione rocce Franciosi Bravi L2 T.LAB.16
Trattamento chimico dei sedimenti Russo Ermolli Russo Ermolli L3 3.LAB.29
Vulcanologia sperimentale Petrosino Petrosino L3 3.LAB.21
XRD Cappelletti Monetti L2 T.LAB.05
XRF Cucciniello Fedele L2 T.LAB.07
Fluid and melt inclusions
Fluid and melt inclusions

Person in charge: Dott.ssa Manuela Rossi and Prof. Annamaria Lima
Location: Building 10 -  L3 3.05

 This laboratory is devoted to fluid inclusions (FI) and the silicate/melt inclusions (MI) study in rocks bearing crystals. When a mineral forms in the presence of fluid phase, fluid droplets may be trapped as defects in the growing crystal to produce fluid inclusions. Fluid inclusions are also produced when mineral precipitation occurs in the process of healing fractures in existing minerals. The fluid phase may be liquid or vapor, and may include aqueous solutions, volatiles such as CO2, CH4, N2, etc., liquid hydrocarbons, or silicate, carbonate or sulfide melts. FI are the only direct evidence of the deep fluids that contact and react with rocks. They contribute to the understanding of diagenetic systems; hydrothermal fluid evolution and ore deposit formation, oil migration. FI provide the best source of information concerning the occurrence of fluids in natural samples and the distribution of fluids in the Earth and planetary systems as well.

inclab1A) Quartz containing FI. The dark "clouds" at the top right are aggregates of thousands of inclusions, some of which were trapped during quartz formation while others during subsequent events. B) Fluid inclusions in quartz crystal. C) Fluid inclusions with "daughter crystals". 

Silicate Melt Inclusions (MI) are small droplets of silicate melt, typically 1–100 μm in size, that are trapped in surface irregularities or defects of crystals during their growth in a magma body. They typically contain variable amount of crystals, glass and/or vapor, are very common and usually quite easy to identify in volcanic rocks. Upon trapping in their host crystals, MI behave as closed and isolated systems, retaining much of the original composition of the melt (including its volatile content). MI are like time capsules, and can record the pre-eruptive volatile content that usually is lost during degassing or magma differentiation, and allow researchers to trace the evolution of magma from its formation at mantle depth, to its release to the surface, step by step. Therefore, MI are an ideal tool to shed light on igneous processes such as fractional crystallization, magma mixing and fluid exsolution. Recently, thanks to the new generation analytical techniques (ionic microprobe, Raman, Laser Ablation coupled to the ICP-MS), which allow the determination of trace elements, stable isotopes and radiogenic isotopes, even on infinitely small portions of matter, the MI study has experienced significant progress.

INSTRUMENTATION SUPPLIED IN THE LABORATORY:

  • 2 transmitted & reflected light ZEISS Axioskop microscopes
  • 3 transmitted & reflected light Leitz microscopes
  • 2 binocular microscopes (stereomicroscope)
  • Linkam 600 Heating and cooling stage
  • Linkam 1350 Heating stage
  • Linkam 1400XY High T stage

Complete sample preparation facilities for fluid and melt inclusions studies and:

  • ultrasonic cleaning bath
  • Isomet cutter
  • 2 lapping and polishing machines (manual)
inclab2Axioskop microscope, Linkam 1400 XY High T stage. Image and video capture software
 
inclab3Stereomicrospe for crystal selection and Axioskop with Linkam 600 heating and cooling stage.
 
 

Collaborations:

  • M. L. Frezzotti, Università di Milano Bicocca, Italia.
  • Rosario Esposito, Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA USA
  • Dr H. E. Belkin, Dr R. A. Ayuso, Dr I. M. Chou, Dr N. Foley, U. S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, USA.
  • R. A. Bodnar, Prof. R. Tracy, Prof. E. Gazel, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, USA.
  • F. J. Spera, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
  • L. V. Danyushevsky, Prof. D. Kamenetsky, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
  • C. Szabo, Dr K. Torok, Eotvos University, Budapest, Ungheria.
  • W. Lu, University of Geosciences at Wuhan, Cina
  • H.S. Pandalai, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
  • P. Minieri, International Gemological Institute, Anversa
  • A. Vergara, Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche, Università di Napoli Federico II

Selected scientific publications:

  • ESPOSITO, R., BADESCU, K., STEELE-MACINNIS, M.J., CANNATELLI, C., DE VIVO, B., LIMA, A., BODNAR, R.J. AND MANNING, C.E., 2018. Evolution of major and trace elements and volatile contents of magmas in the Campi Flegrei and Procida volcanic fields, Italy, during the past 18 ka. Earth-Science Reviews.
  • LIMA A., ESPOSITO R. and DE VIVO B. (2017). Fluid and melt inclusions from subvolcanic to surface environment in the Campi Flegrei (Napoli, Italy) active volcanic system. Geol Soc. India.
  • ESPOSITO, R., LAMADRID, H.M., REDI, D., STEELE-MACINNIS, M., BODNAR, R.J., MANNING, C.E., DE VIVO, B., CANNATELLI, C. AND LIMA, A., 2016. Detection of liquid H2O in vapor bubbles in reheated melt inclusions: Implications for magmatic fluid composition and volatile budgets of magmas? American Mineralogist, 101(7): 1691-1695.
  • CANNATELLI, C., DOHERTY, A., ESPOSITO, R., LIMA, A., AND DE VIVO, B. (2016) Understanding a volcano through a droplet: A melt inclusion approach. J. Geoch. Explor. 171, 4-19.
  • KLEBESZ R., ESPOSITO R., DE VIVO B. and BODNAR R. J., 2015. Further constraints on the origin of nodules from the Sarno (Pomici di Base) eruption of Mt. Somma-Vesuvius (Italy) based on reheated silicate-melt inclusions and clinopyroxene composition. Mineral., 100, http://dx.doi.org/10.2138/am-2015-4958
  • WEBSTER J. D., GOLDOFF B., SINTONI M. F., SHIMIZU N. and DE VIVO B., 2014. C-O-H-S-Cl-F volatile solubilities, partitioning, and mixing properties in phonolitic-trachytic melts and aqueous-carbonic vapor ± saline liquid at 200 MPa. J. Petrol., 55 (11), 2217-2248. Doi: 10.1093/petrology/egu055.
  • Esposito, R., Hunter, J., Schiffbauer, J., Shimizu, N. and Bodnar, R.J., 2014. An assessment of the reliability of melt inclusions as recorders of the pre-eruptive volatile content of magmas. American Mineralogist.
  • De Vivo B. and Rolandi G., 2013. Vesuvius: volcanic hazard and Civil Defense. Fis. Acc. Lincei, 24, 39-45. Doi: 10.1007/s12210-012-0212-2.
  • DOHERTY A. L., BODNAR R. J., DE VIVO B., BOHRSON W. A., BELKIN H. E., MESSINA A. and TRACY R. J., 2012. Bulk rock composition and geochemistry of olivine-hosted melt inclusions in the Grey Porri Tuff and selected lavas of the Monte Porri volcano, Salina, Aeolian Islands, southern Italy. Eur. J. Geosciences, 4(2), 338-355. Doi: 10.2478/s 13533-011-0066-7.
  • KLÉBESZ R., BODNAR R. J., DE VIVO B., TÖRÖK, K., LIMA A. and PETROSINO, P., 2012. Composition and origin of nodules from the ~ 20 ka Pomici di Base (PB)-Sarno eruption of Mt. Somma - Vesuvius, Italy. Eur. J. Geosciences, 4(2), 324-337. Doi: 10.2478/s13633-011-0059-6.
  • ESPOSITO R., BODNAR R. J, DANYUSHEVSKY L. V., DE VIVO B., FEDELE L.,HUNTER J., LIMA A. AND  SHIMIZU. N., 2011. Volatiles evolution of magma associated with the Solchiaro eruption in the Phlegrean Volcanic District (Italy). Petrol., 52 (12), 2431-2460. Doi: 10.1093/petrology/egr051.
  • LIMA A., DE VIVO B., SPERA F. J., BODNAR R. J., MILIA A., NUNZIATA C., BELKIN H. E. and CANNATELLI C., 2009. Thermodynamic model for the uplift and deflation episodes (bradyseism) associated with magmatic-hydrothermal activity at the Campi Flegrei active volcanic center (Italy). Earth Science Review, 97, 44-58. Doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2009.10.001.
  • WEBSTER J. D., SINTONI M. F. and DE VIVO B., 2009. The partitioning behavior of Cl, S, and H2O in aqueous vapor- ± hypersaline-liquid saturated phonolitic and trachytic melts at 200 Mpa. Chemical Geology, 263, 19-36. Doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2008.10.017.
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