Chapter 5 VOLATILES IN THE MANTLE LITHOSPHERE : MODES OF OCCURRENCE AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS

@inproceedings{Zhang2009Chapter5V,
  title={Chapter 5 VOLATILES IN THE MANTLE LITHOSPHERE : MODES OF OCCURRENCE AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS},
  author={Mingjie Zhang and Yaoling Niu and Peiqing Hu},
  year={2009}
}
Volatiles play important roles in chemical differentiation of the Earth, in concentrating economic metals, and in regulating earth’s surface environments by means of magmatism, metasomatism, degassing and recycling. Mantle rocks and rocks derived from the mantle such as basalts, mantle xenoliths and ophiolitic peridotites are materials available to investigate the ways in which volatiles may store in the mantle, their compositions, and probable histories. The laser Raman spectroscopy, Infrared… CONTINUE READING

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