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Mineral equilibria at low temperature and pressure.

Robert Minard Garrels

Mineral equilibria at low temperature and pressure.

by Robert Minard Garrels

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Published by Harper in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geochemistry.,
  • Chemical equilibrium.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesHarper"s geoscience series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE515 .G3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination254 p.
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21496749M
    LC Control Number59010183, 59010183

    Scott G. Digel, T. M. Gordon, "Phase relations in metabasites and pressure-temperature conditions at the prehnite-pumpellyite to greenschist facies transition, Flin Flon, Manitoba Canada", Low-Grade Metamorphism of Mafic Rocks, Peter Schiffman, Howard W. Day. 6. Phase Transitions and Phase Equilibria 61 This figure is taken from Oganov et al, Nature ,(). The top part shows the crossover in enthalpy (same as Gibbs energy at low T) that favors the new phase above a pressure of ~ 1 megabar, according to two theoretical calculations. The bottom.

    experimental conditions: Congruent deposition of Bi6Cl7 only occurs with low temperature gradients between source and sink. At higher temperature gradients pure BiCl3 is deposited. As has been shown, the mechanism of gas phase transport will get more complicated if the decomposition leads to a further condensed solid and a reactive gas phase. A metamorphic facies is a set of mineral assemblages in metamorphic rocks formed under similar pressures and temperatures. The assemblage is typical of what is formed in conditions corresponding to an area on the two dimensional graph of temperature vs. pressure (See diagram in Figure 1). Rocks which contain certain minerals can therefore be linked to certain tectonic settings, times and.

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The maximum possible pressure is given by the absence of talc, which ranges from 21. The Pressure-Temperature-time path (P-T-t path) is a record of the pressure and temperature (P-T) conditions that a rock experienced in a metamorphic cycle from burial and heating to uplift and exhumation to the surface.

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The book emphasizes the basic principles of thermodynamics and describes these principles within a geochemical framework. The Δ G for reaction (1) is the Gibbs Free Energy of formation of enstatite from the elements (-1, J/mole at room temperature and pressure): Δ G 1 = Δ G f (enstatite, elements) = Δ G f (enstatite) - Δ G f (Mg)-Δ G f (Si)-3 Δ G f (O) (Eqn 1) All reactions have an associated Δ G rxn value but the values vary with pressure and.

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• Facies represent specific temperature - pressure regimes. The whole-rock geochemical data, in conjunction with fluid composition data and pressure-temperature estimates, were used as input for fluid-mineral equilibria modeling in the system Si-Al-Fe-Mg.

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In general, the denser phases are favored at high pressure and low temperature. The partial molal free energy or chemical potential per mole of species i is F, where a. of a mineral varies with changes in pressure (P), temperature (T) and mineral composition (X). Consequently, the ∆G rxn for any reaction will vary with P, T and X, we must either look the values up in a book for the P-T conditions of interest, or calculate the values using standard equations.

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