Aonoyama-2014-5/AON-04 < 20141030160328-435463 > pub
  • IGSN: IEDRM008G
  • place: N34°28′21.2″, E131°48′1.5″ more
  • classification: volcanic:dacitic
  • physical-form: hand specimen
  • quantity (kg): 3.195
  • description: Aonoyama
  • modified at 2020-09-14
  • surface:
1: AON-03 2: AON-04 3: AON-05 4: AON-06 5: AON-07 6: AON-08 7: AON-09 8: AON-10 9: AON-11 10: AON-12 11: AON-13 12: AON-14 13: AON-16 14: AON-17 15: AON-18 16: AON-20 17: AON-21 18: AON-22


(a) XRF (0) on XRF PANalytical PW2400
(b) TIMS on TIMS Thermo-Fisher Triton
1: AON-03 2: AON-04 3: AON-05 4: AON-06 5: AON-07 6: AON-08 7: AON-09 8: AON-10 9: AON-11 10: AON-12 11: AON-13 12: AON-16 13: AON-17 14: AON-18 15: AON-20 16: AON-21 17: AON-22


(a) XRF procedures of Takei (2002) on XRF PANalytical PW2400
(b) Tritration with gravimetry
(c) on Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs
(d) Q-ICP-MS_procedures of Lu et al. (2007) on Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs
(e) TIMS on TIMS Thermo-Fisher Triton
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Quantity of AON-04 is
(was 3.195 kg) and loss was 0.0 g after operation .
place quantity
2021-01-04 15:18 2021-06-14 16:33
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ISEI/main/127/B/3/Aonoyama-2014-5 about 1 year

2019-11-22 15:19 2021-01-04 15:18
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ISEI/main/127/B/1/Aonoyama-2014-5 almost 4 years

2015-12-17 09:23 2019-11-22 15:19
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ISEI/main/127/A/7/Aonoyama-2014-5 about 1 month

2015-11-06 17:21 2015-12-17 09:23
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2015-11-05 14:00 2015-11-06 17:21
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name device global-id
AON-04 pub 13 XRF PANalytical PW2400 20190829093040-153127
AON-04 pub 24 Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs 20190829094621-184640
AON-04 pub 5 Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs 20190829094655-638862
AON-04 pub 1 20190830105228-998083
AON-04 pub 2 on AON-04-a pub XRF PANalytical PW2400 20180528085115-349323
AON-04 pub 3 on AON-04-b pub TIMS Thermo-Fisher Triton 20150520095005-969220
name global-id
Pineda-Velasco et al. (2018) Production of High-Sr Andesite and Dacite Magmas by Melting of Subducting Oceaninc Lithosphere at Propagating Slab Tears, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 123, 3698 - 3728, doi:10.1029/2017JB015066. 20190829093443-741997
Pineda-Velasco et al. (2015) Comment on Diverse magmatic effects of subducting a hot slab in SW Japan: Results from forward modeling by J.-I. Kimura et al., Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 16, 2848-2852, doi:10.1002/2015GC005914. 20150910180659-209646
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