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Liquid immiscibility in fluid–magmatic systems: an experimental study
Liquid immiscibility was studied in melting experiments in the system trachyrhyolite–water + salt (NaF, Na2CO3) conducted at parameters imitating those of the volcanic process. The indicator components were La, Nb, Sr, W, Mo, Cr, Fe, Rb, and Cs. The experimental runs were carried out in a high gas pressure apparatus. At 1200oC and 5 kbar, melting, homogenization, and melt saturation with fluid components occurred. A decrease in the P-T parameters to 1000°C and 1 kbar led to the onset of liquiddoi:10.31857/s0869-59032206-224 fatcat:behq565fobf2xjjgs2jx3niw4y