Effect of network-forming cations on the oxygen isotope fractionation between silicate melts: Experimental study at 1400–1570°C View Full Text


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DATE

2014-07

AUTHORS

A. A. Borisov, E. O. Dubinina

ABSTRACT

We have experimentally studied the behavior of oxygen isotope composition in silicate melts with a wide range of network-forming cations. Isotopic equilibration of the Di-An eutectic melts modified by addition of Si, Al, Ti, and Fe was carried out in a vertical tube furnace within a temperature range from 1400 to 1570°C. It was established that the value 103Lnα between silicic and basic melts at 1400 and 1450°C systematically increases with increase of SiO2 content, reaching ≈1‰ at 20% melt silica enrichment. The effect of the Fe2O3, TiO2, and Al2O3 contents was studied at 1500°C. An increase in Fe2O3 from 5 to 20 wt % causes a 0.4‰ increase of δ18O. An increase in Ti and Al contents results in the non-linear behavior of δ18O, which decreases in the region of the highest TiO2 (28.4%) and Al2O3 (29.3 %) contents. In the region of moderate Fe2O3, TiO2, and Al2O3 contents, the values of δ18O show monotonous linear dependence on the oxide contents. Methods of estimations of oxygen isotope fractionation coefficients at T > 1400°C in the studied range of network-forming oxides are considered on the basis of experimental data. The calculation of fractionation coefficients with the use of I18O index showed that experimental values with increase of SiO2 content deviate from calculated values by 0.3‰ for basic melts and 0.5–0.6‰ in the region of silicic melts. Similar pattern is observed during approximation of a melt by normative mineral composition. The calculation with the Garlick index leads to the systematic underestimation (on average, by 0.3‰) of 103Lnα as compared to the experimental data. The NBO/T ratio appeared the best parameter to describe 103Lnα in the melt-melt system, including the region of high-Fe melts. Analysis of experimental data leads us to conclude that the degree of polymerization of the melts in the studied temperature-composition region is the most important factor affecting the oxygen-isotope fractionation in the melt-melt system. Empirical index similar to the Garlick index was proposed to take into account oxygen associated with T-cations: where a, b, and c constants are empirically established coefficients: 0.75, 0. 70, and 1.75, respectively. More... »

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359-380

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Petrology

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4

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22

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/s086959111404002x

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