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Solution / pyroxenite ferrous content

pyroxenite with mineralization such as limonite The m/f ratios of the rocks range from 3.14 to 3.88, falling into the range of ferrousultramafic rocks. LREErich trace elements patterns are enriched in LILE

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Ⅱ、

Ⅱ、

,Ⅱ,、、、、、.(w(SiO2)=48.12%~50.18%)、(w(TiO2)=0.47% ~0.73%)、(w(MgO)=13.15% ~19.59%),

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Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

The REEBOX PRO melting model (Brown and Lesher, 2016) simulates adiabatic decompression melting of pyroxenitebearing peridotite sources addition to the G2 and MIX1G pyroxenites included in the initial REEBOX PRO release, we have now added a KG1 pyroxenite (Kogiso et al., 1998) melting parameterization (described in Appendix A).As shown in Fig. 1, the addition of KG1 pyroxenite

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Department of Mines and Geology, Government of

Department of Mines and Geology, Government of

The state has potential deposits of energy, ferrous, nonferrous, fertilizer, industrial, refractory, atomic, strategic, precious and semiprecious groups of minerals. Presently Jharkhand state is annually producing about 160 million tonnes of various types of minerals worth Rs 15,000 crore and generating mineral revenue to the tune of about Rs

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Bog Iron: Iron ore

Bog Iron: Iron ore

Bog iron is a type of iron ore composed of mostly mineral goethite and other ironbearing minerals with impurities like clay or plant debris.. Bog iron is typically rustcolored and composed of limonite. It is a mixture of ironbearing minerals, most important of them is goethite.

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Pyroxenite

Pyroxenite

pyroxenite —— New from Collins Quiz Review : 1 : 0 / 5 know Create an account and sign in to access this FREE content Register now or log in to access

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Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

The impedance contrast across a possible pyroxeniteeclogite interface amounts to almost 6% for V p and 5% for V s, which might be strong enough for detection by seismology. The impedance contrast across a pyroxeniteperidotite interface for the mineral assemblage expected at 350 km depth is much higher and calculated to be about 12% (V p) and

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Petrogenesis of Pyroxenites and Melt Infiltrations in the

Petrogenesis of Pyroxenites and Melt Infiltrations in the

The origin of the pyroxenites remains a subject for debate. The parental melts may result from partial melting of the surrounding host peridotite, and may have experienced various degrees of crystal fractionation and melt–rock reaction (Kornprobst, 1969 Dickey, 1970 Obata, 1980).Nevertheless, isotopic data provide evidence for disequilibrium between some of the pyroxenites and the

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The redox

The redox "filter" beneath magmatic orogens and the

The two most important magmatic differentiation series on Earth are the Feenriching tholeiitic series, which dominates the oceanic crust and island arcs, and the Fedepleting calcalkaline series, which dominates the continental crust and continental arcs. It is well known that calcalkaline magmas are more oxidized when they erupt and are preferentially found in regions of thick crust, but

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Institute Registration, St. Albert the Great

With increasing cumulate plagioclase content, the pyroxenite grades gradually into an augite gabbro. Upper units may exhibit a significant quartz content and micrographic intergrowth. Micro— pegatite veins cut many gabbro exposures and pegmatitic material has been observed in certain pyroxenite units as well.

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Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

The impedance contrast across a possible pyroxeniteeclogite interface amounts to almost 6% for V p and 5% for V s, which might be strong enough for detection by seismology. The impedance contrast across a pyroxeniteperidotite interface for the mineral assemblage expected at 350 km depth is much higher and calculated to be about 12% (V p) and

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Melting of a hydrous peridotite mantle source under the

Melting of a hydrous peridotite mantle source under the

The CaO content in the magma at a given MgO content was initially proposed as a way to discriminate peridotite and pyroxenitederived magmas (Herzberg and Asimow, 2008). Both melt inclusion and primary magma compositions plot in the field of peridotite melts (Fig. 6a).

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Partitioning of ferric and ferrous iron between

Partitioning of ferric and ferrous iron between

Using the thermodynamic algorithm of Sugawara (Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 141, 2001, p. 659–686), FeO and Fe2O3 concentrations in plagioclase were computed for 420 published experiments on tholeiitic, FeTitholeiite, calcalkaline, and alkaline magma compositions. Estimates of the partition coefficient between plagioclase and liquid range from 0.19 to 0.92 for Fe2O3 and from 0

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Meltrock reaction in the asthenospheric mantle

Meltrock reaction in the asthenospheric mantle

The primary motivation for meltrock interaction in the mantle is chemical disequilibrium that arises when melt generated in the deep mantle percolates through the overlying mantle. This is a continuous process involving both thermal and chemical exchange between the melt and the solid matrix. It occurs in all major active tectonic regimes within the upper mantle and is responsible for a range

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Bog Iron: Iron ore

Bog Iron: Iron ore

Bog iron is a type of iron ore composed of mostly mineral goethite and other ironbearing minerals with impurities like clay or plant debris.. Bog iron is typically rustcolored and composed of limonite. It is a mixture of ironbearing minerals, most important of them is goethite.

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Department of Mines and Geology, Government of

Department of Mines and Geology, Government of

The state has potential deposits of energy, ferrous, nonferrous, fertilizer, industrial, refractory, atomic, strategic, precious and semiprecious groups of minerals. Presently Jharkhand state is annually producing about 160 million tonnes of various types of minerals worth Rs 15,000 crore and generating mineral revenue to the tune of about Rs

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A Review of the Production Cycle of Titanium Dioxide Pigment

A Review of the Production Cycle of Titanium Dioxide Pigment

Titanium is a very important element for several industrial appliions, being one of the ninth most abundant elements in the Earth''s crust (0.63% wt). In this work it will discuss the different mining and industrial activities involved in the production of titanium dioxide. The first step analyzed will treat about the beneficiation mining process of titanium mineral, and secondly, it will

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The redox

The redox "filter" beneath magmatic orogens and the

The two most important magmatic differentiation series on Earth are the Feenriching tholeiitic series, which dominates the oceanic crust and island arcs, and the Fedepleting calcalkaline series, which dominates the continental crust and continental arcs. It is well known that calcalkaline magmas are more oxidized when they erupt and are preferentially found in regions of thick crust, but

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ferrous state by boiling with hydrochloric acid and hydroxylamine, and treated with 1,10 phenanthroline at pH to 3.3. Three molecules of phenanthroline chelate each atom of ferrous iron to form an orangered complex. The coloured solution obeys Beer''s law. Its colour intensity

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Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene, any of a group of important rockforming silie minerals of variable composition, among which calcium, magnesium, and ironrich varieties predominate. Pyroxenes are the most significant and abundant group of rockforming ferromagnesian silies. They are found in almost every variety

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CORE

CORE

We report here the first data set of 40Ar/39Ar age determinations for phlogopite from the rocks of the magnesian pyroxeniteperidotite series and the ferrous PhlIlm hyperbasite series.</p><p>The Mg series is represented by a continuous transition of rocks from Sp, SpGrt, Grt clinopyroxenite and ortopyroxenite to websterite and lherzolite.

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The redox

The redox "filter" beneath magmatic orogens and the

The two most important magmatic differentiation series on Earth are the Feenriching tholeiitic series, which dominates the oceanic crust and island arcs, and the Fedepleting calcalkaline series, which dominates the continental crust and continental arcs. It is well known that calcalkaline magmas are more oxidized when they erupt and are preferentially found in regions of thick crust, but

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Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

Impliions for the seismic detection of pyroxenite in

The impedance contrast across a possible pyroxeniteeclogite interface amounts to almost 6% for V p and 5% for V s, which might be strong enough for detection by seismology. The impedance contrast across a pyroxeniteperidotite interface for the mineral assemblage expected at 350 km depth is much higher and calculated to be about 12% (V p) and

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Pyroxenite causes fat plumes and stagnant slabs Adam

Pyroxenite causes fat plumes and stagnant slabs Adam

The effect of eclogite/pyroxenite integration on buoyancy of a plume or slab is relatively complex and can raise or lower bulk buoyancy depending on absolute composition, depth and temperature. More importantly, thermal buoyancy generally overcomes chemical buoyancy for plumes containing up to at least 20% pyroxenite (see discussion in the SI).

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Remote Sensing 6 gfzpotsdam.de

Remote Sensing 6 gfzpotsdam.de

(UG2) pyroxenite (~2042 Ma) hosts sulfides that are PGE bearing in chromitite layers [26]. Our study investigated tailings dams from both the Merensky Reef and the UG2 pyroxenite and chromitite strata near GaLuka (Rustenburg), for in situ fieldspectrometer measurements and sample collection (as

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Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene, any of a group of important rockforming silie minerals of variable composition, among which calcium, magnesium, and ironrich varieties predominate. Pyroxenes are the most significant and abundant group of rockforming ferromagnesian silies. They are found in almost every variety

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ferrous state by boiling with hydrochloric acid and hydroxylamine, and treated with 1,10 phenanthroline at pH to 3.3. Three molecules of phenanthroline chelate each atom of ferrous iron to form an orangered complex. The coloured solution obeys Beer''s law. Its colour intensity

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ferrous content of the hydrothermal minerals in Lafayette. Based on this fit, the estimated Fe3+/ΣFe values (Table 1 and Fig. 2) show the central silie gel of veins to have a ferric content of up to Fe3+/ΣFe ≈0.9, compared to the phyllosilies with Fe3+/ΣFe values of 0.250.29.

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content, X Fe =1− Mg #/ 100, where Mg and Fe refer to the molar concentrations of those elements. Another factor that can potentially enhance electrical conductivity is the presence of an interconnected melt fluid in the lithospheric or sublithospheric mantle, either a silie melt [e.g., Tyburczy and

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Pyroxenite

Pyroxenite

[1860–65 pyroxene + ite 1] This word is first recorded in the period 1860–65. Other words that entered English at around the same time include: big brother, calibrate, jumping jack, metric system, monismite is a suffix of nouns denoting esp. persons associated with a place, tribe, leader, doctrine, system, etc. (Campbellite Israelite laborite) minerals and fossils (ammonite

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Record data, manipulation to a volatilefree foundation and a partition of iron, ferrous (FeO) and ferric (Fe 2O 3) oxides totalling to (Pearce and Reagan, 2019) was needed. Samples were then classified based on their loion on these plots. A threestage process of refining the rock types for each sample was conducted as follows. The

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Metallogenic magmatism of Huangshan CuNi

Metallogenic magmatism of Huangshan CuNi

Huangshan CuNi sulfide maficultramafic intrusions show varied pe trography, including peridotite, pyroxenite, gabbro and diorite. Some sulfide dr oplets were found in olivine of peridotite. The major elements, trace elements a nd platinum group elements (PGE) of

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CORE

CORE

We report here the first data set of 40Ar/39Ar age determinations for phlogopite from the rocks of the magnesian pyroxeniteperidotite series and the ferrous PhlIlm hyperbasite series.</p><p>The Mg series is represented by a continuous transition of rocks from Sp, SpGrt, Grt clinopyroxenite and ortopyroxenite to websterite and lherzolite.

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Ⅱ、

Ⅱ、

,Ⅱ,、、、、、.(w(SiO2)=48.12%~50.18%)、(w(TiO2)=0.47% ~0.73%)、(w(MgO)=13.15% ~19.59%),

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Primary magmas and mantle temperatures through time

Primary magmas and mantle temperatures through time

1 Introduction. The potential temperature (T p) reflects the balance between heat loss by convective cooling and conductive cooling through the Earth''s lithosphere, and heat gain by radioactive heating in the mantle and conductive heating at the core‐mantle boundary cause of the decay in heat producing elements, as well as the secular decay of primordial accretional heat, T p is expected

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A Review of the Production Cycle of Titanium Dioxide Pigment

A Review of the Production Cycle of Titanium Dioxide Pigment

Titanium is a very important element for several industrial appliions, being one of the ninth most abundant elements in the Earth''s crust (0.63% wt). In this work it will discuss the different mining and industrial activities involved in the production of titanium dioxide. The first step analyzed will treat about the beneficiation mining process of titanium mineral, and secondly, it will

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Chemical Composition of Meteorites Some Meteorite

Chemical Composition of Meteorites Some Meteorite

There is little or no Fe(III) in freshly fallen meteorites it''s all Fe(II), ferrous iron, and Fe(0), iron metal. For convenience, however, I use Fe 2 O 3 in the plots. If you had an analysis done, just add the Fe 2 O 3 and MgO values together for comparison. Many terrestrial rocks have higher concentrations of SiO 2 (silica) than any

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Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

The REEBOX PRO melting model (Brown and Lesher, 2016) simulates adiabatic decompression melting of pyroxenitebearing peridotite sources addition to the G2 and MIX1G pyroxenites included in the initial REEBOX PRO release, we have now added a KG1 pyroxenite (Kogiso et al., 1998) melting parameterization (described in Appendix A).As shown in Fig. 1, the addition of KG1 pyroxenite

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Meltrock reaction in the asthenospheric mantle

Meltrock reaction in the asthenospheric mantle

The primary motivation for meltrock interaction in the mantle is chemical disequilibrium that arises when melt generated in the deep mantle percolates through the overlying mantle. This is a continuous process involving both thermal and chemical exchange between the melt and the solid matrix. It occurs in all major active tectonic regimes within the upper mantle and is responsible for a range

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The redox

The redox "filter" beneath magmatic orogens and the

The two most important magmatic differentiation series on Earth are the Feenriching tholeiitic series, which dominates the oceanic crust and island arcs, and the Fedepleting calcalkaline series, which dominates the continental crust and continental arcs. It is well known that calcalkaline magmas are more oxidized when they erupt and are preferentially found in regions of thick crust, but

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Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene mineral Britannica

Pyroxene, any of a group of important rockforming silie minerals of variable composition, among which calcium, magnesium, and ironrich varieties predominate. Pyroxenes are the most significant and abundant group of rockforming ferromagnesian silies. They are found in almost every variety

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content also is less in the detrital ore. This may be due to leaching phibolized pyroxenite rocks which occur as layered sheets with anortho adding excess of ferrous sulfate, using ophenanthroline ferrous complex as indior. (b) Precipitate from (2) contains hydroxides of AI and Si.

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pyroxenite with mineralization such as limonite The m/f ratios of the rocks range from 3.14 to 3.88, falling into the range of ferrousultramafic rocks. LREErich trace elements patterns are enriched in LILE

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Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature

The REEBOX PRO melting model (Brown and Lesher, 2016) simulates adiabatic decompression melting of pyroxenitebearing peridotite sources addition to the G2 and MIX1G pyroxenites included in the initial REEBOX PRO release, we have now added a KG1 pyroxenite (Kogiso et al., 1998) melting parameterization (described in Appendix A).As shown in Fig. 1, the addition of KG1 pyroxenite

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