Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Alteration in Volcanic Rocks

@inproceedings{Marfil2012GeochemistryOH,
  title={Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Alteration in Volcanic Rocks},
  author={Silvina Andrea Marfil and Pedro J. Maiza},
  year={2012}
}
Hydrothermal alteration is a chemical replacement of the original minerals in a rock by new minerals where a hydrothermal fluid delivers the chemical reactants and removes the aqueous reaction products. An understanding of hydrothermal alteration is of value because it provides insights into the chemical attributes and origins of ore fluids and the physical conditions of ore formation (Reed M. 1997). 

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