Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition

some petrologic implications.

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Abstract

Geologically reasonable amounts of fluids in the C-O-H-S system can control oxidation and sulphidation states of mineral assemblages in both closed and open systems. Examples of fluid buffering are given for graphitic metamorphic rocks, crystallizing volatile-rich felsic magmas, and skarns. The effect is likely to be most important for the last example where sequences of retrograde assemblages are compatible with the cooling of a single fluid. -K.F.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCarnegie Institution of Washington Year Book
Pages381-386
Number of pages6
Volume82
Edition1905
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Barton, M. D. (1983). Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition: some petrologic implications. In Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book (1905 ed., Vol. 82, pp. 381-386)

Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition : some petrologic implications. / Barton, Mark D.

Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book. Vol. 82 1905. ed. 1983. p. 381-386.

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Barton, MD 1983, Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition: some petrologic implications. in Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book. 1905 edn, vol. 82, pp. 381-386.
Barton MD. Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition: some petrologic implications. In Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book. 1905 ed. Vol. 82. 1983. p. 381-386
Barton, Mark D. / Calculation of C-O-H-S equilibria at constant bulk composition : some petrologic implications. Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book. Vol. 82 1905. ed. 1983. pp. 381-386
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