Immiscibility of Fluoride–Calcium and Silicate Melts in Trachyrhyolitic Magma: Data on Acidic Volcanic Rocks from the Nyalga Basin, Central Mongolia View Full Text


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2018-07

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I. S. Peretyazhko, E. A. Savina, N. S. Karmanov, A. S. Dmitrieva

ABSTRACT

An Early Cretaceous (120 ± 5 Ma) trachyrhyolite lava sheet in the Nyalga basin, Central Mongolia, includes a domain (∼0.5 km2) of unusual fluorite-enriched rocks with anomalously high concentrations of CaO (1.2–25.7 wt %) and F (0.6–15 wt %). The textures and structures of the rocks suggest that they were produced by two immiscible melts: fluoride–calcium (F–Ca) and trachyrhyolitic. Data on mineral-hosted inclusions and SEM EDS studies of the matrixes of the rocks indicate that a F–Ca melt occurred in the trachyrhyolitic magmas during its various evolutionary episodes, starting from the growth of minerals in a magmatic chamber and ending with eruptions on the surface. Elevated fluorine concentrations (up to 1.5–2 wt %) in local domains of the trachyrhyolitic melt may have resulted in the onset of its liquid immiscibility and the exsolution of a F–Ca liquid phase. This was associated with the redistribution of trace elements: REE, Y, Sr, and P were preferably concentrated in the F–Ca melt, while Zr, Hf, Ta, and Nb were mostly redistributed into the immiscible silicate liquid. The F–Ca melt contained oxygen and aqueous fluid and remained mobile until vitrification of the trachyrhyolitic magma. The oxygen-enriched F–Ca phase was transformed into fluorite at 570–780°? and a high oxygen fugacity Δlog fO2 (0.9–1.7) relative to the NNO buffer. Ferrian ilmenite, monazite-group As-bearing minerals, and cerianite crystallized under oxidizing conditions, and the titanomagnetite was replaced by hematite. The Ca- and F-enriched rocks were affected by low-density (0.05–0.1 g/cm3) aqueous fluid, which was released from the crystallizing trachyrhyolitic melt, and this led to the partial removal of REE from the F–Ca phase. The chondrite-normalized REE and Y patterns of the fluidmodified rocks show positive Y anomalies and W-shaped minima from Gd to Ho. A composition of the F–Ca phase close to the original one is conserved in mineral-hosted inclusions and in relict isolations in the rocks matrix. It is so far unclear why fluorite did not crystallize from the F–Ca melt contained in the trachyrhyolitic magma. Conceivably, this was favored by high-temperature oxidizing conditions under which the melt accommodated oxygen and aqueous fluid. The possible origin of mobile oxygen-bearing fluorite–calcic melt at subsolidus temperature should be taken into account when magmatic rocks and ores are studied. Fluorite and accompanying ore mineralization might have been formed in certain instances not by hydrothermal–metasomatic processes but during the fluid–magmatic stage as a result of the transformation of F–Ca melt enriched in REE, Y, and other trace elements. More... »

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389-413

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