Abstract

Trends of individual oxides within oceanic basaltic glasses are poorly defined in isostructural diagrams, but are much better defined in isomolar diagrams. The poorly-defined chemical trends are believed to be a consequence of variations in Na 2 O contents of oceanic basalts and the manner in which Na 2 O, or the albite component, is projected in these diagrams.--Modified journal abstract.

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