Viscosity, Mineralogy, Silicate, Magma and Peralkaline rock are her primary areas of study. Specifically, her work in Viscosity is concerned with the study of Viscometer. Daniele Giordano integrates Mineralogy with Glass transition in her study.
Her Silicate research includes elements of Newtonian viscosity and Fragility. Her research in Magma intersects with topics in Rhyolite, Basalt and Trachyte. Daniele Giordano has included themes like Andesite, Latite, Rheology and Atmospheric temperature range in her Peralkaline rock study.
Daniele Giordano spends much of her time researching Viscosity, Mineralogy, Rheology, Silicate and Magma. Her research in the fields of Temperature dependence of liquid viscosity and Viscometer overlaps with other disciplines such as Glass transition. Her Mineralogy study also includes fields such as
Her Rheology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Volcano, Isothermal process, Phonolite, Brittleness and Strain rate. The Silicate study combines topics in areas such as Newtonian viscosity and Ambient pressure. Her study in Magma is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lava, Vulcanian eruption, Petrology and Alkali basalt.
Her primary areas of investigation include Lava, Silicate, Silicic, Pancreatic cancer and Rheology. Her work carried out in the field of Silicate brings together such families of science as Heat capacity, Mineralogy and Raman spectroscopy. Her work in Silicic addresses subjects such as Rhyolite, which are connected to disciplines such as Viscometer, Atmospheric temperature range and Analytical chemistry.
Her study on Viscometer is covered under Viscosity. Her Viscosity study incorporates themes from Fragility and Silicate glass. Her study on Rheology also encompasses disciplines like
Daniele Giordano focuses on Lava, Silicic, Geochemistry, Pyroclastic rock and Basalt. The Lava study combines topics in areas such as Rheology, Crystallization and Magma chamber. Her studies deal with areas such as Mineral redox buffer, Petrology, Silicate and Advection as well as Rheology.
Her work carried out in the field of Mineral redox buffer brings together such families of science as Shear, Apparent viscosity, Magma and Shear rate. Her work focuses on many connections between Silicate and other disciplines, such as Thermal, that overlap with her field of interest in Mineralogy. The concepts of her Effusive eruption study are interwoven with issues in Rhyolite, Basaltic andesite, Dacite and Lava field.
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Viscosity of magmatic liquids: A model
Daniele Giordano;James K. Russell;Donald B. Dingwell.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Non-Arrhenian multicomponent melt viscosity: a model
Daniele Giordano;Donald B. Dingwell.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Viscosity of hydrous Etna basalt: implications for Plinian-style basaltic eruptions
D. Giordano;D. B. Dingwell.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2003)
Glass transition temperatures of natural hydrous melts: a relationship with shear viscosity and implications for the welding process
Daniele Giordano;A. R. L. Nichols;D. B. J. Dingwell.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2005)
The Rheology of crystal-bearing basaltic magmas from Stromboli and Etna
Alessandro Vona;Claudia Romano;Db Dingwell;D. Giordano.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
The combined effects of water and fluorine on the viscosity of silicic magmas
D Giordano;D Giordano;Claudia Romano;Db Dingwell;Bt Poe.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2004)
High-temperature limits on viscosity of non-Arrhenian silicate melts
J.K. Russell;D. Giordano;D.B. Dingwell.
American Mineralogist (2004)
An expanded non-Arrhenian model for silicate melt viscosity: A treatment for metaluminous, peraluminous and peralkaline liquids
D Giordano;D Giordano;D Giordano;A Mangiacapra;A Mangiacapra;M Potuzak;Jk Russell.
Chemical Geology (2006)
The viscosity of trachytes, and comparison with basalts, phonolites, and rhyolites
D Giordano;D Giordano;Claudia Romano;P Papale;D. B. Dingwell.
Chemical Geology (2004)
The dry and hydrous viscosities of alkaline melts from Vesuvius and Phlegrean Fields
Claudia Romano;Daniele Giordano;Paolo Papale;Valeria Mincione.
Chemical Geology (2003)
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