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The distribution of F and Cl between aqueous fluids and melts of haplogranite and topaz rhyolite composition was determined experimentally at 0.5 to 5 kbar and 775° to 1,000°C. The distribution coefficients, D i , for F and Cl were calculated as the parts per million by weight (ppmw) of i in the fluid/parts per million by weight (ppmw) of i in the melt.

D Cl ranges from 0.8 to 85; however, under typical geologic conditions, Cl partitions more strongly into an aqueous fluid relative to F-bearing granitic melts. Cl partitions increasingly in favor of the fluid as F in...

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