Equilibria and geothermometry in hot alkaline waters from granites of S.W. Bulgaria.

@inproceedings{Michard1986EquilibriaAG,
  title={Equilibria and geothermometry in hot alkaline waters from granites of S.W. Bulgaria.},
  author={Gil Michard and Bernard Sanjuan and Annie Criaud and Christian Fouillac and Elka N. Pentcheva and Peter Stoilov Petrov and Rumiana Alexieva},
  year={1986}
}
  • Gil Michard, Bernard Sanjuan, +4 authors Rumiana Alexieva
  • Published 1986
  • Geology
  • Sixteen hot alkaline waters from geothermal drillholes in S. W. Bulgaria have been studied. Nine of them are in approximate equilibrium with chalcedony, albite, adularia, calcite, kaolinite, and low-temperature calcium zeolite at a temperature close to the outflow temperature. The others are in equilibrium with calcite and kaolinite and oversaturated with albite, chalcedony and adularia at the outflow temperature. Calculations of the evolution of chemical species due to the cooling indicate… CONTINUE READING

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