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Melting relations in the chloride–carbonate–silicate systems at high-pressure and the model for formation of alkalic diamond–forming liquids in the upper mantle
The experiments in the model system CaMgSi2O6–(Na2CO3 ,C aCO3)–KCl are performed at 5 GPa and 1400–1600 °C in order to study the phase relations, including liquid immiscibility, in theExpand
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Crystal-melt equilibria involving potassium-bearing clinopyroxene as indicator of mantle-derived ultrahigh-potassic liquids: an analytical review
Abstract Crystal–liquid equilibria, including phase relationships of minerals with silicate and/or carbonate melts, are reviewed in order to understand the occurrence of clinopyroxene with up to 2Expand
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Interaction of Biotite–Amphibole Gneiss with H2O–CO2–(K, Na)Cl Fluids at 550 MPa and 750 and 800°С: Experimental Study and Applications to Dehydration and Partial Melting in the Middle Crust
To constrain effects of chloride-bearing H2O^CO2 fluids on complex natural assemblages during high-grade metamorphism and anatexis, we report the results of experiments on the interaction of biotite^Expand
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Experimental model for alkalic chloride-rich liquids in the upper mantle
Abstract In order to expand an applicability of a model for evolution of the alkalic chloride-rich liquids in the upper mantle additional runs in chloride–carbonate–silicate systems involving modelExpand
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Links between Carbonatite and Kimberlite Melts in Chloride–Carbonate–Silicate Systems: Experiments and Application to Natural Assemblages
Recent data suggest an active role for chloride-bearing alkali carbonatitic melts in the formation and evolution of kimberlites, whereas experiments indicate that chlorides could be responsible forExpand
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Precambrian ultra-hot orogenic factory: Making and reworking of continental crust
Abstract Mechanisms of Precambrian orogeny and their contribution to the origin of ultrahigh temperature granulites, granite-greenstone terranes and net crustal growth remain debatable. Here, we useExpand
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Halogens in High-Grade Metamorphism
This chapter reviews factors, which control the distribution of the two major halogens, F and Cl, in high-grade metamorphic rocks; their compositional correlations and partitioning between minerals;Expand
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Origin of Cl-bearing silica-rich melt inclusions in diamonds: Experimental evidence for an eclogite connection
Melting phase relations of a model chloride- and carbonate-bearing eclogite have been studied at 7.0–10.5 GPa and 1200–1675 °C. The mineral assemblage coexisting with partial melts is garnet,Expand
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