Microchemical investigations

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Core facility (CF)

Short Description

The Core Facility mainly comprises the equipment of the grinding laboratory.
This equipment is required for the production of polished thin sections.
An accurate polarization microscopy is then necessary in order to be able to determine the regions to be analyzed. At the end, the polished thin sections are vaporized with the existing vapor deposition units and introduced into the micro probe for mineral chemical investigations.

Contact Person

Dr. Manfred Bernroider

Research Services

Mineral chemical analyzes of rocks
Homogeneity studies of materials

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

Mineral chemical measurements on rock samples of various geological units with calculations for estimating educational conditions
Investigations of "homogeneity" or "impurities" in materials

Equipment

Please contact us via science.plus@sbg.ac.at, or contact the responsible person for this section, mentioned in the contact field.
Institute of Geological Sciences, University Vienna
Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography, University Innsbruck
Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials, University Salzburg
Department of Mineralogy, Museum Joanneum Graz
Institute of Earth Sciences, Karl Franzens University Graz
Department Applied Geosciences and Geophysics, Montanuniversity Leoben
Institute of Mineralogy, Petrology and Crystallography, Philipps University Marburg
Institute of Crystallography, RWTH Aachen
Geological Institute, University of Copenhagen
Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague. Department of Mineralogy, University of Bukarest
Department of Mineralogy, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca
Faculty of Mining Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Department of Mineralogy, Petrology and Mineral Recources, Zagreb
Catedra de Mineralogie, Universidad de Salta. CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Northwest University, Xi´an, China
University of Tehran, Iran
Faculty of Earth Scienes, Jilin University, Changchun, China
Labratory of Tectonics, Faculty of Earth Sciences, China
University of Geosciences, Wuhan
Graphitic carbon
10.8.2015-9.8.2018
Dr. Shuyun Cao

Aufstiegsgemechanismen von metamorphen Kernkomplexen
15.7.2011-30.11.2013
Dr. Shuyun Cao

Polyhalit
02.08.2010-01.08.2013
Prof. Dr. F. Neubauer

Salzmelange
15.2.2010-15.8.2010
Prof. Dr. F. Neubauer

AlDi-Adria
02.11.2009-31.10.2014
Prof. Dr. F. Neubauer

Subducted Cuba
01.12.2009-30.6.2010
Prof. Dr. F. Neubauer
Structures, kinematic analysis, rheological parameters and temperature-pressure estimate of the Mesozoic Xingcheng-Taili ductile shear zone in the North China craton
2015
Liang C., Neubauer F., Bernroider M., Jin W., Li W., Zeng Z., Wen Q., Zhao Y.
Journal of Structural Geology, 28, 27-51

Petrogenesis of Tarom high-potassic granitoids in the Alborz-Azarbaijan belt, Iran: Geochemical, U-Pb zircon and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic contraints
2014
Nabatian G., Ghaderi M., Neubauer F., Hornamand M., Liu X., Dong Y., Jiang Y., von Quadt A., Bernroider M.
Lithos, 184-187, 324-345

Polyhalite microfabrics in an Alpine evaporite melange: Hallstatt, Eastern Alps
2013
Schorn A., Neubauer F., Bernroider M.
Journal of Structural Geology, 46, 57-75

The lateral boundary of a metamorphic core complex: the Moutsounas shear zone on Naxos, Cyclades, Greece
2013
Cao S., Neubauer F., Bernroider M., Liu J.
Journal of Structural Geology, 54: Elsevier, 103-128

Structures, microfabrics and textures of the Cordilleran-type Rechnitz metamorphic core complex, Eastern Alps
2013
Cao S., Neubauer F., Bernroider M., Liu J., Genser J.
Tectonophysics, 608, 1201-1225

The Haselgebirge evaporitic melange in central Northern Calcareous Alps (Austria): part of the Permian to lower Triassic rift of the Meliata ocean
2012
Schorn A., Neubauer F., Genser J., Bernroider M.
Tectonophysics

Fission-track thermochronology, vertical kinematics, and tectonic development along the western extension of the North Anatolian Fault zone
2010
Heijl E., Bernroider M., Weingartner H.
Journal of Geophysical Research, 115: American Geophysical Union, B10407