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By Paul H. Ribbe (auth.), Ian Parsons (eds.)

ISBN-10: 940104483X

ISBN-13: 9789401044837

ISBN-10: 9401111065

ISBN-13: 9789401111065

Feldspar minerals make up 60% of the crust of the Earth. they're good within the higher mantle, and are so considerable within the crust that they shape the root of the type of igneous rocks. on the floor, feldspars climate to shape clay minerals that are crucial mineral constituent of soils. The articles during this e-book evaluate the chemical reactions of feldspars over the entire sweep of strain and temperature regimes within the outer Earth, and describe the basic points of crystal constitution which underlie their homes. The publication covers intracrystalline reactions, similar to order-disorder alterations and exsolution, and move of reliable and radiogenic isotopes, which are interpreted to supply insights into the thermal historical past of rocks. it truly is appropriate for ultimate 12 months undergraduates or study staff.

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2 } Ferguson et al. ;.. c ;:: '2 5 Ribbe (1979) 00 egro et 0« o a::i al. e, 3 (1969) ::to ... ,.... ,... ".... ,... 0 C? 0 Prilep Low Microciine, Or95 Phillips et al. (1988) oL-~L-~~~~~~~~~ o 200 400 600 800 1000 T,K (110-11 m)/(11 0+11 m) Figure 18. 0. * aberrant value from Dal Negro et al. (1979); + is from Bailey's (1969) refinement ofIM based on 1950's film data. = Figure 19. (right) B vs. T from refinements of HS (Or87; 0) and LM (Or95; 0). See text. , 1986, p. 730). oK. 2. 1. Sodium in Low Albite.

Display of (T-O) bonds as a function of Or+Ab content for the Tl and T2 tetrahedra ofC2/m 'hyalophanes' and the Si-rich T2z,TlO and AI-rich T20,Tlz tetrahedra of 12/c celsians. More Or-rich specimens are considered sanidines; cf. Figure 6a. Data for celsians: see text. Data for hyalophanes: Cn19 and CI140 from Viswanathan and Brandt (1980) and Viswanathan and Kielhorn (l983a; see also 1983b); data for CIl43 - natural and heated natural- from De Pieri et al. (1977). For years anorthite was simply assumed to be perfectly ordered, in part because of what had become an unhealthy attachment to the 'aluminum avoidance' principle of Loewenstein (1954).

Encircled elements represent the primary, naturally occurring feldspar end members; solid or dashed lines join the binary series which either exist in nature or have been synthesized mostly by hydrothermal or alkali-exchange methods. The incomplete line toward Ca from K indicates the limit of K exchange for Na in natural plagioclases. Missing from the diagram is H+, which has special properties and whose effects on the feldspar structure are unique because it can bond to only one anion at a time (see Paulus and Milller, 1988, and the chapter by Graham).

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