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Using estimated thermodynamic properties to model accessory phases: the case of tourmaline

Abstract:

Accessory phases and minor components in minerals are commonly ignored in thermodynamic modelling. Such an approach seems unwarranted, as accessory phases can represent a significant element reservoir and minor components can substantially change their host mineral's stability field. However, a lack of thermodynamic data prohibits assessment of these effects. In this contribution, the polyhedron method is used to estimate the thermodynamic properties of tourmaline, a common and widespread acc...

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Journal:
JOURNAL OF METAMORPHIC GEOLOGY
Volume:
25
Issue:
7
Pages:
769-779
Publication date:
2007-09-05
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EISSN:
1525-1314
ISSN:
0263-4929
URN:
uuid:fdd7b21a-0537-49a8-85e9-6d01f89e6f17
Source identifiers:
184834
Local pid:
pubs:184834

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