Donald B. Dingwell
Donald B. Dingwell
LMU - University of Munich
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Viscosity of magmatic liquids: a model
D Giordano, JK Russell, DB Dingwell
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 271 (1-4), 123-134, 2008
Viscosities of hydrous leucogranitic melts: A non-Arrhenian model
KU Hess, DB Dingwell
American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials 81 (9-10 …, 1996
Relaxation in silicate melts
DB Dingwell, SL Webb
European Journal of Mineralogy, 427-449, 1990
Structural relaxation in silicate melts and non-Newtonian melt rheology in geologic processes
DB Dingwell, SL Webb
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 16 (5), 508-516, 1989
The preparation and preliminary characterisation of eight geological MPI‐DING reference glasses for in‐situ microanalysis
KP Jochum, DB Dingwell, A Rocholl, B Stoll, AW Hofmann, S Becker, ...
Geostandards Newsletter 24 (1), 87-133, 2000
Magma fragmentation by rapid decompression
M Alidibirov, DB Dingwell
Nature 380 (6570), 146, 1996
Repeated fracture and healing of silicic magma generate flow banding and earthquakes?
H Tuffen, DB Dingwell, H Pinkerton
Geology 31 (12), 1089-1092, 2003
Volcanic Dilemma--Flow or Blow?
DB Dingwell
Science 273 (5278), 1054-1055, 1996
H2O solubility in haplogranitic melts: compositional, pressure, and temperature dependence
F Holtz, H Behrens, DB Dingwell, W Johannes
American Mineralogist 80 (1-2), 94-108, 1995
Non‐Newtonian rheology of igneous melts at high stresses and strain rates: Experimental results for rhyolite, andesite, basalt, and nephelinite
SL Webb, DB Dingwell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B10), 15695-15701, 1990
The trigger mechanism of low-frequency earthquakes on Montserrat
JW Neuberg, H Tuffen, L Collier, D Green, T Powell, D Dingwell
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal research 153 (1), 37-50, 2006
Peraluminous viscosity maxima in Na2O Al2O3 SiO2 liquids: The role of triclusters in tectosilicate melts
MJ Toplis, DB Dingwell, T Lenci
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61 (13), 2605-2612, 1997
The fragmentation threshold of pyroclastic rocks
O Spieler, B Kennedy, U Kueppers, DB Dingwell, B Scheu, J Taddeucci
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 226 (1-2), 139-148, 2004
Trace element partitioning in immiscible silicate–carbonate liquid systems: an initial experimental study using a centrifuge autoclave
IV Veksler, C Petibon, GA Jenner, AM Dorfman, DB Dingwell
Journal of Petrology 39 (11-12), 2095-2104, 1998
Near-infrared spectroscopic determination of water species in glasses of the system MAlSi3O8 (M= Li, Na, K): an interlaboratory study
H Behrens, C Romano, M Nowak, F Holtz, DB Dingwell
Chemical geology 128 (1-4), 41-63, 1996
The effect of water on the viscosity of a haplogranitic melt under P-T-X conditions relevant to silicic volcanism
DB Dingwell, C Romano, KU Hess
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 124 (1), 19-28, 1996
The effect of fluorine on viscosities in the system Na2O-Al2O3-SiO2: implications for phonolites, trachytes and rhyolites
DB Dingwell, CM Scarfe, DJ Cronin
American Mineralogist, 80-87, 1985
Experimental petrochemistry of some highly siderophile elements at high temperatures, and some implications for core formation and the mantle's early history
HSC O'Neill, DB Dingwell, A Borisov, B Spettel, H Palme
Chemical Geology 120 (3-4), 255-273, 1995
Non-Arrhenian multicomponent melt viscosity: a model
D Giordano, DB Dingwell
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 208 (3-4), 337-349, 2003
Viscosity of hydrous Etna basalt: implications for Plinian-style basaltic eruptions
D Giordano, D Dingwell
Bulletin of Volcanology 65 (1), 8-14, 2003
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