Christian Pin mainly investigates Geochemistry, Massif, Felsic, Zircon and Protolith. His study in Mafic, Mantle, Continental crust, Igneous rock and Metamorphism is carried out as part of his studies in Geochemistry. His Mantle study which covers Crust that intersects with Magmatism.
His research in Massif intersects with topics in Fractional crystallization, Basalt and Subduction. His Zircon research focuses on Ophiolite and how it connects with Paleozoic, Seafloor spreading, Geodynamics, Devonian and Suture. His Protolith research incorporates elements of Isochron and Mid-ocean ridge.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Massif, Igneous rock, Zircon and Mafic. His Geochemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Petrology. His Massif research includes themes of Metamorphic rock, Ordovician, Metamorphism, Batholith and Pluton.
The concepts of his Igneous rock study are interwoven with issues in Proterozoic, Passive margin, Magmatism and Continental crust. His Protolith study in the realm of Zircon interacts with subjects such as Shrimp. His Mafic research focuses on subjects like Fractional crystallization, which are linked to Magma chamber and Igneous differentiation.
Christian Pin mostly deals with Geochemistry, Massif, Zircon, Paleontology and Extraction. His Geochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pluton and Terrane. His Massif study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metamorphic rock, Volcanic rock, Crust, Magma and Gondwana.
His work deals with themes such as Petrology, Plutonism and Radiogenic nuclide, which intersect with Zircon. Magmatism is closely connected to Petrography in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Petrology. He combines subjects such as Matrix, Sample preparation and Analytical chemistry with his study of Extraction.
Christian Pin mainly investigates Geochemistry, Zircon, Geochronology, Massif and Gondwana. His Geochemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Paleontology. His Geochronology research focuses on Pluton and how it relates to Igneous rock.
His work in Massif addresses subjects such as Petrology, which are connected to disciplines such as Petrography and Plutonism. His study in Gondwana is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Orogeny, Crust, Rift, Transition zone and Tephrite. His Rift research incorporates themes from Geophysics, Partial melting, Volcanic rock, Baddeleyite and Mafic.
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Sequential separation of light rare-earth elements, thorium and uranium by miniaturized extraction chromatography: Application to isotopic analyses of silicate rocks
Christian Pin;Jose Francisco Santos Zalduegui.
Analytica Chimica Acta (1997)
Concomitant separation of strontium and samarium-neodymium for isotopic analysis in silicate samples, based on specific extraction chromatography
Christian Pin;Danielle Briot;Chantal Bassin;Franck Poitrasson.
Analytica Chimica Acta (1994)
Evaluation of a strontium-specific extraction chromatographic method for isotopic analysis in geological materials
Christian Pin;Chantal Bassin.
Analytica Chimica Acta (1992)
Granites, Granulites, and Crustal Differentiation
D. Vielzeuf;J. D. Clemens;C. Pin;E. Moinet.
A mantle-derived bimodal suite in the Hercynian Belt: Nd isotope and trace element evidence for a subduction-related rift origin of the Late Devonian Brévenne metavolcanics, Massif Central (France)
Christian Pin;Jean-Louis Paquette.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1997)
Single-stage method for the simultaneous isolation of lead and strontium from silicate samples for isotopic measurements
Catherine Deniel;Christian Pin.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2001)
Early Ordovician continental break-up in Variscan Europe: NdSr isotope and trace element evidence from bimodal igneous associations of the Southern Massif Central, France
Christian Pin;François Marini.
Microgranular enclaves as evidence of rapid cooling in granitoid rocks: the case of the Los Pedroches granodiorite, Iberian Massif, Spain
Teodosio Donaire;Emilio Pascual;Christian Pin;Jean-Louis Duthou.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2005)
Deciphering the petrogenesis of deeply buried granites: whole-rock geochemical constraints on the origin of largely undepleted felsic granulites from the Moldanubian Zone of the Bohemian Massif
Vojtěch Janoušek;Fritz Finger;Malcolm Roberts;Jiří Frýda.
Transactions of The Royal Society of Edinburgh-earth Sciences (2004)
Petrogenesis of Mafic to Felsic Plutonic Rock Associations: the Calc-alkaline Quérigut Complex, French Pyrenees
Malcolm P. Roberts;Christian Pin;John D. Clemens;Jean-Louis Paquette.
Journal of Petrology (2000)
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