Carbon dioxide (CO2) densimeter calibration data
Bodnar, Robert J
Burruss, Robert C
Rimstidt, J Donald
Splitting of the carbon dioxide Raman Fermi diad was measured using three different Raman instruments and various lasers and dispersion gratings. Data were collected at Virginia Tech and at the U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, VA. The purpose of the study was to compare densimeters determined using different analytical methods. The results show that calibrations are instrument and analytical condition dependent, and one should develop a densimeter that is specific to the users instrument and analytical protocols to obtain carbon dioxide pressures based on Raman analysis of bubbles in fluid and melt inclusions.
How to cite this dataset:
Bodnar, R. J., Lamadrid, H., Burruss, R. C., Rimstidt, J. D., Moore, L., Moncada, D., 2017. Carbon dioxide (CO2) densimeter calibration data, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100699.
DOI Creation Date:
Lamadrid HM, Moore L, Moncada D, Rimstidt JD, Burruss RC & Bodnar RJ (2017) Reassessment of the Raman CO2 densimeter. Chemical Geology, 450, 210-222.
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National Science Foundation: 1459433
Coverage Scope: Global
User Contributed Keyword(s):
Carbon dioxide, Raman spectroscopy, Fermi diad, densimeter, melt inclusion, fluid inclusion, volatiles
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