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Name: Xiaolin XIONG (熊小林)
Position: Research Professor
Department: State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry
Email: xiongxl@gig.ac.cn

Research

Xiaolin’s research interests include igneous petrology and trace element geochemistry during igneous processes, with a specific interest in experimental studies on natural and synthetic rock systems under P-T conditions of crust to upper mantle. Xiaolin is presently working on melting of subducted slab (basaltic crust) and mantle metasomatism of slab-derived melts with particular interest in trace element partitioning between minerals (silicates, oxides and sulfide) and felsic melt during melting of the subducted basaltic crust. Related experimental studies on trace elements (Cu, Mo, W, Sn, Nb & Ta) partitioning between silicate minerals, oxides, sulfide and silicate melt are in progress. 
 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1. Xiong, X.L., Keppler, H., Audétat, A. Partitioning of Nb and Ta between rutile and felsic melt and the fractionation of Nb/Ta. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2011,75:1673-1692.
2. Xiong XiaoLin, Liu XingCheng, Zhu ZhiMin, Li Yuan, Xiao WangSheng, Song MaoShuang, Zhang Sheng & Wu JinHua. Adakitic rocks and destruction of North China Craton: evidence from experimental petrology and geochemistry. SCIENCE CHINA: Earth Sciences, 54(6): 858–870.
3. Y.J. Chen, F. Pirajno, G. Wu, J.P. Qi, X.L. Xiong. Epithermal deposits in North Xinjiang, NW China. Int. J. Earth Sci. 2011. doi:10.1007/s00531-011-0689-4.
4. Wansheng Xiao, Dayong Tan, Xiaolin Xiong, Jing Liu, and Jian Xu. Large volume collapse observed in the phase transition in cubic PbCrO3 perovskite. PNAS, 2010, 107(32):14026-14029.
5. Xiong X.L., Keppler, H., Audétat A. Experimental constraints on rutile saturation during partial melting of metabasalt at the amphibolite to eclogite transition, with applications to TTG genesis. American Mineralogist. 2009, 94: 1175-1186.
6. Zhenhua Zhao, Xiaolin Xiong, Qiang Wang, Zhenghua Bai, Yulou Qiao. Late Paleozoic underplating in north Xinjiang: evidence from shoshonite and adakites. Goundwana Research. 2009, 16: 216-226.
7. Li Y, Audetat A, Lerchbaumer L., Xiong X L. Rapid Na, Cu exchange between synthetic fluid inclusions and external aqueous solutions: evidence from LA-ICP-MS analysis. Geofluids, 2009, 9: 321–329.
8. Zhenhua Zhao, Qiang Wang, Xiaolin Xiong, Hecai Niu, Haixiang Zhang. Magnesian andesites in north Xinjiang. Int. J. Earth Sci. 2009, 8: 1325-1340.
9. Z.H. Zhao, X.L. Xiong, Q. Wang, D.A. Wyman, Underplating-related adakites in Xinjiang Tianshan, China, Lithos, 2008, 102: 374–391.
10. Xiong, X.L., Trace element evidence for the growth of early continental crust by melting of rutile-bearing hydrous eclogite. Geology, 2006, 34: 945-948.
11. Xiong, X.L., Xia, B., Xu, J.F. and Niu, H.C. Na depletion in modern adakites via melt/rock reaction within the sub-arc mantle. Chemical Geology, 2006, 229:273-292.
12. Xiong, X.L., Adam, J. and Green, T.H. Trace element characteristics of partial melts produced by melting of metabasalts at high pressures: Constraints on the formation condition of adakitic melts. Science in China, Series D: Earth Sciences 2006, 49(9):915-925.
13. Xiong, X.L., Adam, J. and Green, T.H. Rutile stability and rutile/melt HFSE partitioning during partial melting of hydrous basalt: Implications for TTG genesis. Chemical Geology, 2005, 218:339-359.
14. Xiong X.L., Li X.H., Xu J.F., Li W.X., Zhao Z.H., Wang Q., Extremely high-Na adakite-like magmas derived from alkali-rich basaltic underplate: The Zhantang andesites in the Huichang Basin of SE China. Geochemical Journal, 2003, 37:233-252.
15. Xiong X.L., Rao B, Zhu J.C and Zhao Z.H. Crystallization and melting experiments of a fluorine-rich leucogranite from Xianghualing Pluton, South China, at 150 MPa and H2O-saturated conditions. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2002, 21:175-188.
16. Zhao Z.H., Xiong X.L., Han X.D., Wang Y.X., Jahn B. Controls on the REE tetral effect in granites: Evidence from the Qianlishan and Baerzhe Granites, China. Geochemical Journal, 2002, 36: 527- 543.
17.Xiong X.L. and Zhao Z.H., Adakite-type sodium-rich rocks in Awulale Mountain of west Tianshan: Significance for the vertical growth of continental crust, Chinese Science Bulletin,2001,46(7):811-817.