Rapid water exsolution, degassing, and bubble collapse observed experimentally in K-phonolite melts
We performed three sets of decompression experiments on a hydrated K-phonolite melt at 880 °C in order to study the exsolution and degassing behavior of this low viscosity melt. The range of decompression rates studied was 0.01 MPa/s to 0.25 MPa/s. Th
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