The Melting of Carbonated Pelites from 70 to 700 km Depth

@inproceedings{Grassi2011TheMO,
  title={The Melting of Carbonated Pelites from 70 to 700 km Depth},
  author={Daniele Grassi and Max W. Schmidt},
  year={2011}
}
Phase assemblages, melting relations and melt compositions of a dry carbonated pelite (DG2) and a carbonated pelite with 1·1wt % H2O (AM) have been experimentally investigated at 5·5^ 23·5 GPa and 1070^15508C.The subsolidus mineralogies to 16 GPa contain garnet, clinopyroxene, coesite or stishovite, kyanite or corundum, phengite or potassium feldspar ( 8 GPa with and without H2O, respectively), and then K-hollandite, a Ti phase and ferroan dolomite/Mg-calcite or aragonite þ ferroan magnesite at… CONTINUE READING

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