Geochemical models of metasomatism in ultramafic systems : Serpentinization , rodingitization , and sea floor carbonate chimney precipitation

@inproceedings{Palandri2004GeochemicalMO,
  title={Geochemical models of metasomatism in ultramafic systems : Serpentinization , rodingitization , and sea floor carbonate chimney precipitation},
  author={James L. Palandri and Mark Reed},
  year={2004}
}
In a series of water-rock reaction simulations, we assess the processes of serpentinization of harzburgite and related calcium metasomatism resulting in rodingite-type alteration, and seafloor carbonate chimney precipitation. At temperatures from 25 to 300°C (P 10 to 100 bar), using either fresh water or seawater, serpentinization simulations produce an assemblage commonly observed in natural systems, dominated by serpentine, magnetite, and brucite. The reacted waters in the simulations show… CONTINUE READING
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