Major and trace elements in igneous and metamorphic rocks are commonly used to infer their petrogenesis (e.g., Carmichael et al. 1974; Wilson 1989; Pearce and Parkinson 1993). To date, our understanding of element transport is informed by diffusion data (e.g., Zhang 2010; Spandler and O’Neill 2010) and partitioning measurements that quantify the fractionation of an element between a mineral and a melt, aqueous fluid or metal phase (e.g., Beattie et al. 1993; Pearce and Parkinson 1993; Schott et al. 2009; Rollinson 2014). However, there is a dearth of data on the...
Unravelling the Consequences of SO2–Basalt Reactions for Geochemical Fractionation and Mineral Formation
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Andrew B. Palm, Penelope L. King, Christian J. Renggli, Richard L. Hervig, Kim N. Dalby, Anna Herring, Terrence P. Mernagh, Stephen M. Eggins, Ulrike Troitzsch, Levi Beeching, Leslie Kinsley, Paul Guagliardo; Unravelling the Consequences of SO2–Basalt Reactions for Geochemical Fractionation and Mineral Formation. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry ; 84 (1): 257–283. doi: https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2018.84.7
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