Liquid Immiscibility in the Join NaAlSiO 4 – NaAlSi 3 O 8 – CaCO 3 at 1 GPa : Implications for Crustal Carbonatites

@inproceedings{Wyllie1997LiquidII,
  title={Liquid Immiscibility in the Join NaAlSiO 4 – NaAlSi 3 O 8 – CaCO 3 at 1 GPa : Implications for Crustal Carbonatites},
  author={Peter J. Wyllie},
  year={1997}
}
The synthetic system Na2O–CaO–Al2O3–SiO2–CO2 has been parent (at crustal pressures) contain a maximum of 80 wt % CaCO3. There are two relevant paths for a silicate liquid which widely used as a model to show possible relationships among alkalic silicate magmas, calciocarbonatites, and natrocarbonatites. The exsolves carbonate-rich liquid (along with silicate mineral precipitates): (1) the assemblage is joined by calcite, or (2) the determined immiscibility between silicateand carbonate-rich… CONTINUE READING

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