VAPOR / MELT PARTITIONING BEHAVIOR OF S AND Cl IN A C-O GAS MIXTURE

@inproceedings{NicholisVAPORM,
  title={VAPOR / MELT PARTITIONING BEHAVIOR OF S AND Cl IN A C-O GAS MIXTURE},
  author={M. G. Nicholis and Malcolm J. Rutherford}
}
Introduction: The picritic lunar glass beads are believed to have been generated by gas propelled fire-fountain events due to the oxidation of graphite entrained in the ascending lunar magmas [1, 2, 3, and 4]. The gas phase fueling these eruptions initially, and throughout the duration of the eruption , was dominated by a CO-CO 2 gas mixture [5, 6, 7, and 8]. However, the occurrence of surface coatings composed of volatile elements such as S, Cl, F, Na, B, and many others indicate that though… CONTINUE READING

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