Elemental mapping of multiphase (fluid + solid) inclusion using TEM-EDAX technique bright-field high resolution TEM image (a) of multiphase inclusion A taken early in analysis; fluid phase movement caused by beam heating as observed in upper left and lower right parts of this composite inclusion; STEM image (b) of he same inclusion taken late in analysis after lower right corner of the inclusion burst (black); c–k panels show individual maps of the K-lines of the following elements: O, Mg, Al, Si, K, Ca, Ti and Fe (after Dobrzhinetskaya et al., 2007)
5), and exsolution products in ultrahigh pressure metamorphic
rocks; (III) Fluid-rock interaction due to the course of deep
subduction and exhumation; (IV) Numerical modeling of the fate of
continental crust subducted to the deep mantle and mantle
transition zones and its geophysical implications for the plate
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