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All abstracts by George R. Rossman in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2015) U-Pb, Hf, O, Trace Element, and H2O, Constraints for the Kiruna Apatite Iron Oxide Deposits, Sweden
Hanchar J, Westhues A, Voisey C, Whitehouse M & Rossman G

(2014) Measurement of Hydrogen in Igneous Feldspars by FTIR and SIMS: Progress Towards a Quantitative Geohygrometer
Mosenfelder J, Rossman G & Johnson E

(2013) Nanomineralogy of Gemstones: From Genesis to Discovery
Ma C & Rossman G

(2013) Si Isotope Systematics of Acidic Alteration of Fresh Kilauean Basalts
Chemtob S, Rossman G, Young E, Ziegler K, Eiler J & Hurowitz J

(2011) Silica Coatings on Young Hawaiian Basalts: Constraints on Formation Mechanism from Silicon Isotopes
Chemtob S, Hurowitz J, Guan Y, Ziegler K, Eiler J & Rossman G

(2008) Discovery of Tazheranite (Cubic Zirconia) in the Allende Meteorite
Ma C & Rossman G

(2005) Hydrogen Isotope Geochemistry of Nominally Anhydrous Mantle Minerals
O'Leary J, Eiler J & Rossman G

(2005) Hydrous Components in the Nominally Anhydrous Minerals
Rossman G

(2005) Asterism in the Idaho Star Garnet
Gunter M, Mabbutt W, Miura E & Rossman G

(2005) Painite (CaZrBAl9O18): A Second Source in Myanmar and Metasomatic Origins
Rossman G, Naung S, Harlow G & Hunt J

(2002) Theoretical Estimates of Equilibrium Chromium-Isotope Fractionations
Schauble E, Rossman G & Taylor H

(2002) The Thermal Stability of Hydrogen in Feldspars
Johnson EA & Rossman GR

(2001) The Concentration and Speciation of Hydrogen in Feldspars from 1H MAS NMR and FTIR Spectroscopy
Johnson EA & Rossman GR

(2001) Colored Varieties of Quartz Arising from Inclusions
Ma C, Goreva JS & Rossman GR

(2001) Predicting Equilibrium Iron Isotope Fractionations
Schauble EA, Rossman GR & Taylor Jr HP

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