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All abstracts by Max Wilke in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2014) Zr and Hf Speciation in Aqueous Fluids at High P and T
Jahn S & Wilke M

(2013) Insight to the Local Melt Structures and their Influence on the Fractionation of Rare Earth Elements (La, Gd, Yb, Y)
Simon S, Wilke M, Klemme S, Caliebe WA, Chernikov R & Kvashnina KO

(2013) Complexation of Sr in Aqueous Solutions Equilibrated with Silicate Melts: Implications for Fluid-Melt Partitioning
Borchert M, Wilke M, Schmidt C, Kvashnina K & Jahn S

(2013) Towards in situ Determination of Sulfur Speciation in Fluids at High P-T at Controlled Redox Conditions
Dietrich M, Behrens H, Schmidt C & Wilke M

(2012) Effects of Water on the Nucleation of Li-Rich Granitic Melts
Sirbescu M-LC, Wilke M, Veksler I & Whittington AG

(2012) Iron L- and M- Edges of Iron Containing Minerals Measured by X-Ray Raman Scattering
Nyrow A, Sternemann C, Wilke M, Mende K, Sahle C, Simonelli L, Gordon R, Hiraoka N, Wieland F, Tolan M & Tse J

(2012) Low Energy Absorption Edges of NS3 Glass, Albite and Silicon Investigated Using X-Ray Raman Scattering
Mende K, Nyrow A, Sternemann C, Schmidt C, Wilke M, Simonelli L, Moretti Sala M, Sahle C, Brenner T, Tse J & Tolan M

(2011) The Influence of Melt Structure on the Partitioning of Trace Elements
Simon S, Wilke M, Klemme S, Caliebe WA & Kvashnina KO

(2011) Atomic Environment of Y in Silicate Melts from Molecular Dynamics and X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Haigis V, Simon S, Wilke M & Jahn S

(2011) Zircon as a Raman Spectroscopic Pressure Sensor
Schmidt C, Steele-MacInnis M & Wilke M

(2011) Zircon Solubility in Na-Si-Al-O-H Fluids by in situ SR-Xrf Analysis
Wilke M, Schmidt C, Dubrail J, Appel K & Borchert M

(2011) X-Ray Spectroscopic Constraints on Complexing of High-Field-Strength Elements in Subduction Zone Aqueous Fluids
Dubrail J, Wilke M, Schmidt C, Appel K, Pascarelli S, Kvashnina K & Manning C

(2011) Studying Soft X-Ray Absorption Edges Under Extreme Conditions
Sahle C, Sternemann C, Nyrow A, Mende K, Wilke M, Schmidt C, Dubrail J, Tolan M, Simonelli L & Tse J

(2010) Gold Fertility of Sulfur-Bearing Magmas
Botcharnikov R, Linnen R, Wilke M, Holtz F, Jugo P & Berndt J

(2008) Sapphirine Granulites of the Gruf Complex (Central Alps, N-Italy): In situ Monazite Dating by SHRIMP and Confocal Synchrotron µ-XRF
Möller A, Schmitz S, Wilke M, Nelson DR, Malzer W, Kanngießer B, Schefer S & Bousquet R

(2008) Partitioning of Rb and Sr between Haplogranitic Melts and Aqueous Fluids
Borchert M, Wilke M, Schmidt C & Rickers K

(2007) Rutile Solubility in albite-H2O Fluids at High P and T: Implications for HFSE Mobility in Subduction Zones
Manning C, Antignano A, Wilke M, Schmidt C, Sutton S & Newville M

(2007) Partitioning of Rb and Sr between Haplogranitic Melts and Aqueous Fluids: Information from in situ Experiments Using SR-Xrf
Borchert M, Wilke M, Schmidt C, Rickers-Appel K & Koepke J

(2007) Sulfur Speciation in Quenched Melts by Micro-XANES – The Nature of S(IV+) in Glasses
Wilke M, Jugo PJ, Botcharnikov RE & Susini J

(2005) Fluid-Mediated Mineral Consumption and Growth in Polymetamorphosed Metapelites of the Black Hills, South Dakota
Nabelek P, Labotka T, Helms T & Wilke M

(2004) Methane Production during Metamorphism of Graphitic Pelites, Black Hills, U.S.A
Nabelek P, Wilke M & Huff T

(2004) In situ Study of the Iron Species in Silicate Melts
Wilke M, Partzsch G, Schmidt C, Farges F, Simionovici A & Hahn M

(2003) Methane, An Important Component of Fluids in Graphitic Metapelites
Nabelek P, Wilke M, Huff T & Wopenka B

(2002) Carbonic Fluid Production during Regional and Contact Metamorphism in the Black Hills, USA
Nabelek P, Huff T & Wilke M

(2001) Production of Carbonic Fluids from Graphite during Metamorphism and their Retention in the Deep Crust
Nabelek PI, Wilke M, Huff TA & Sirbescu M-L

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