地質科学者のための状態図<br>Phase Diagrams for Geoscientists : An Atlas of the Earth's Interior

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地質科学者のための状態図
Phase Diagrams for Geoscientists : An Atlas of the Earth's Interior

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基本説明

Summarizes the author's experimental studies of phase relations in the chemical systems relevant to earth, carried out in a time period of over 20 years using piston-cylinder and multi-avil presses.

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The book summarizes the author's experimental studies of phase relations in the chemical systems relevant to earth, carried out in a time period of over 20 years using piston-cylinder and multi-avil presses. A summary of the research at high pressures and temperatures carried out by many other experimental petrologists is also included. The data was used to develop an internally consistent thermodynamic model, which was then used to calculate phase diagrams. This produced the largest collection of the calculated phase diagrams published to date and the first to encompass temperature and pressure ranges corresponding to the whole upper mantle.

Table of Contents

1 Thermodynamic Model and Techniques               1  (12)
1.1 Introduction 1 (1)
1.2 Thermodynamic Model 2 (2)
1.3 Piston-Cylinder Experiments and Techniques 4 (1)
1.4 Multi-Anvil Experiments and Techniques 5 (8)
2 System MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 13 (20)
2.1 Introduction 13 (1)
2.2 Stability of the Enstatite Polymorphs 13 (2)
2.3 Protoenstatite to Orthoenstatite 15 (1)
Transition and the Stability of High-T
Clinoenstatite
2.4 Orthoenstatite to Low Clinoenstatite 16 (1)
Boundary
2.5 Orthoenstatite to High-P Clinoenstatite 17 (2)
Boundary
2.6 Reactions in the System MgO-SiO2 at 19 (2)
Sublithospheric Pressures
2.7 Melting Relations in the System MgO-SiO2 21 (2)
2.8 Stability of the SiO2 Polymorphs 23 (10)
3 System MgO-Al2O3-5iO2 33 (48)
3.1 Introduction 33 (1)
3.2 Properties of the Phases in the MAS System 33 (2)
3.3 Phase Relations in Spinel and Garnet 35 (3)
Peridotites
3.4 Other Phase Relations in the MAS System 38 (3)
3.5 Comparison with the Thermochemical 41 (1)
Measurements
3.6 Enstatite-Pyrope Join at Sublithospheric 42 (39)
Pressures
4 System CaO-MgO-5iO2 81 (50)
4.1 Introduction 81 (1)
4.2 Thermodynamic Model for the 82 (3)
Enstatite-Diopside Join at 1 Atm
4.3 Stability of Protopyroxene 85 (1)
4.4 Orthopyroxene-Clinopyroxene Equilibrium 86 (1)
at High Pressures
4.5 Enstatite-Diopside join at 87 (2)
Sublithospheric Pressures
4.6 Melting Relations on the 89 (2)
Enstatite-Diopside join
4.7 Melting Curve of Diopside 91 (1)
4.8 Phase Relations in the Ca5i03 System 92 (39)
5 System Cao-MgO-Al2O3-5iO2 Undersaturated with 131(42)
Silica
5.1 Introduction 131(1)
5.2 Thermodynamic Approach 131(2)
5.3 Thermodynamic Modeling 133(2)
5.4 Evaluation of the Fit to the Data 135(2)
5.5 Other Phase Relations in the CMAS System 137(1)
Undersaturated with Silica
5.6 The CMAS System at Sublithospheric 138(35)
Pressures
6 System Cao-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 Saturated with 173(42)
Silica
6.1 Introduction 173(1)
6.2 Phase Relations in the System 174(2)
Cao-Al2O3-SiO2
6.3 Phase Relations in the Ternary System 176(2)
Di-CaTs-CaEs
6.4 Equilibria with Orthopyroxene and Quartz 178(37)
7 Systems with Na and Ca at Lithospheric 215(42)
Pressures
7.1 Introduction 215(1)
7.2 System Diopside Jadeite 5i02 216(2)
7.3 The CaTs Jadeite Join 218(1)
7.4 Mixing Properties of Plagioclase 219(1)
7.5 Phase Relations in the NCAS System 220(1)
7.6 Phase Relations in the NCMAS System 221(36)
8 System Na2O-MgO-A1203 5i02 257(118)
8.1 Introduction 257(1)
8.2 Subsolidus Phase Relations in the NMAS 258(2)
System
8.3 Melting Relations on the 260(2)
Enstatite-Jadeite Join
8.4 Thermodynamic Modeling of the 262(2)
Enstatite-Jadeite Join
8.5 Thermodynamic Modeling of the NMAS System 264(1)
8.6 Melting Relations on the 264(111)
Forsterite-Jadeite Join
9 System Enstatite-Diopside-Jadeite 375(1)
9.1 Introduction 375(1)
9.2 Phase Relations in the En-Di-Jd System at 375(1)
Pressures up to 17 GPa
9.3 Phase Relations in the En-Di-Jd System at 376(2)
17-22 GPa
9.4 Thermodynamic Modeling of the En-Di-Jd 378(1)
System
9.5 The Model for the En-Di-Jd System 379
Modified for the Effect of Fe
10 Composition and Structure of the Earth's 375(54)
Interior
10.1 Introduction 375(1)
10.2 The 410 km Discontinuity 376(8)
10.3 Evidence from the Majoritic Garnet 384(9)
Inclusions in Diamond
10.4 Evidence from the Type III Inclusions in 393(9)
Diamond
10.5 Evidence from the NaPx-En Inclusion in 402(4)
Diamond
10.6 Evidence from the (Mg,Fe)O Inclusions in 406(7)
Diamond
10.7 Relevance of the Inclusions to the 413(1)
Earth's Mantle
10.8 The Role of H2O in the Deep Mantle 413(3)
10.9 The Effect of Metasomatism and the Role 416(5)
of CO2 in the Deep Mantle
10.10 The Composition and Structure of the 421(8)
Earth's Upper Mantle
References 429(1)
Author's Articles 429(3)
Other References 432(17)
Subject Index 449