3 0 obj Medium to high-pressure and … �����D��M���5���G�Ysܱy�[�Y Confining pressure is measured in bars and ranges from 1 bar at sea level to around 10,000 bars at the base of the crust . 0000000754 00000 n endobj <>/XObject<>/Pattern<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 2556 1620] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S>> trailer << /Size 48 /Info 31 0 R /Root 33 0 R /Prev 524173 /ID[] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 33 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 20 0 R /JT 30 0 R /PageLabels 19 0 R >> endobj 46 0 obj << /S 98 /L 151 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 47 0 R >> stream The first five deal with more theoretical aspects of the kinetics and mechanisms of meta­ morphic reactions, and the next six consider the interdependence of defor­ mation and metamorphism. endobj The sillimanite grew by the reaction muscovite + quartz = sillimanite + K-feldspar + H 2 O. More recent studies have highlighted the important role of frac- 1 0 obj PREFACE. Chapter 26: Metamorphic Reactions. 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ABART4 1 Department of Earth Sciences, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6, Canada, e-mail: Fred.Gaidies@carleton.ca 2 Instiute of Geological Sciences, Free University Berlin, Malteserstr. 0000033606 00000 n Rn�'���[�m�#��K��;��1Z�#��9��N����B��$����׾K^~�-��o(e���!H�&�O�(�rr�vr�J��e�=ƀ5�S/Pg7�"��=����y[���%_��iy�����=���sБ�r�+_fp�b��S���������t,4ð���|�.�g�tp�jK����2�1��ʩ�}nB'/���.�ȳ��V��j��C1�:�4wH�V�"6V8�S�ëy�n)��2�O��FP��DbmMĀAf��c�끍m��ŀ-���X�ے�\ q`�-[ɻ��3C������Xțt�yk� �����aS��hE"Ȁ=�D�;i�̂}�g�i JH�&x�u�xhp��eU��lkE�� �T���i�o�E�@5(�(!O��f�j'��,��ݡ*��n��Ph���Ca 4���o����R:p��� &L�B��+��yW���v�^�c� �',v�nH[�C��@ �ƺ(���ܵ�Y{�{�-WM ����0[�U��y��.��7���B)ԈR�ol����gVI{�p��u��[J �2LM�6�p���i"F�i���>���n�tq����e��Oz��,��b�/���qH�C 0000001002 00000 n 26-2 with the equilibrium curve contoured for various values of pH2O Figure 26-2. sz��D;�w ��� zchemical reactions take place more rapidly in the presence of fluids, but if the fluids are driven off during prograde metamorphism, they will not be available to speed up reactions during retrograde metamorphism. 4 0 obj These chemical reactions will cause new minerals to form. Advances in geochemistry, geochronology, and geophysics, as well as the appearance of new analytical tools, have all contributed to new ways of thinking about the origin and evolution of magmas, and the processes driving metamorphism. 3�< F �k >Fmԣ�v���0֢�3�-Vg{��d�� W���\�I���=CCT�ag�����^R,��n=L�\�k�:�d�����ԁ\ ��Xf";��-����1HFbb=Τ�׾�bY(cá�����L�C�� ,�8/��۫��R|B��3 )� 2. • Mineral- and rock-forming metamorphic processes are mainly controlled by the same parameters that control chemical reactions. Metamorphic Reaction Mechanisms. F. J ... PDF Link PDF. • In other words , A metamorphic reaction is a chemical reaction that takes place during the geological process of metamorphism wherein one Metamorphic Facies and Metamorphosed Mafic Rocks l V.M. Download Metamorphic Reactions PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF. Metamorphic Reactions * * Fig. If we treat isograds as reactions, we can: • Understand what physical variables might affect the location of a particular isograd • We may also be able to estimate the P-T-X conditions that an isograd represents. Metamorphic Minerals / Reactions The mineral assemblages that occur in metamorphic rocks depend on four factors: The bulk chemical composition of the original rock. 32 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 34 /H [ 754 248 ] /L 524941 /E 67776 /N 4 /T 524183 >> endobj xref 32 16 0000000016 00000 n 25.2. For metamorphic rocks, pressures range from a relatively low-pressure of 3,000 bars around 50,000 bars , which occurs around 15-35 kilometers below the surface. Deriving and Balancing Metamorphic Reactions Dexter Perkins (University of North Dakota) Given a list of minerals, how do we determine all the possible reactions that can occur between them? JMG 2001 Metamorphic petrology covers the chemical and physical work done in natural systems in response to changing physical conditions. Reaction: 2 KMg 3 AlSi 3 O 10 (OH) 2 + 6 KAl 2 AlSi 3 O 10 (OH) 2 + 15 SiO 2 Bt Ms Qtz = 3 Mg 2 Al 4 Si 5 O 18 + 8 KAlSi 3 O 8 + 8 H 2 O Crd Kfs Metamorphic Facies endstream endobj 42 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 28435 /Length1 45936 >> stream Type of metamorphic reactions. Metamorphic processes also commonly drive deformation. Prograde metamorphic reactions. This is called a pseudosection. Metamorphic Rock Types There are two major subdivisions of metamorphic … 0000064951 00000 n 0000002718 00000 n Deriving and Balancing Metamorphic Reactions Dexter Perkins (University of North Dakota) A four page summary (Acrobat (PDF) 33kB Jul31 … %���� • The chemical reactions involved in metamorphism are relatively slow • The longer the metamorphic event lasts the larger the grain size • It is thought that coarse grained metamorphic rocks took millions of years to form • But temperature, pressure and fluid content are more important Not only are fluid components necessary to form any hydrous or carbonate minerals, but the fluid phase can act as a catalyst for metamorphic reactions. 0000033745 00000 n 0000001942 00000 n The most important metamorphic polymorphs are in the Al2SiO5 system, the minerals andalusite, kyanite, and sillimanite. The temperature reached during metamorphism. 0000002970 00000 n 0000000667 00000 n Author(s) W. S. 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Metamorphic Reactions 1 Metamorphic Reactions and Stable Assemblages Metamorphic Lecture 3 Eskola and Metamorphic Facies • Eskola (1914, 1915) noted that metapelitic rocks in southern Finland (Orijärvi) contained the assemblage Bt-Ms whereas near Oslo, rocks contained the compositionally equivalent mineral assemblage Kf-Cd The “typical” or average continental geotherm is from Brown and Mussett (1993). From Understanding Earth, Press and Siever. This leads to a closer study of systems containing water, which are discussed in Chapter IV. Small amounts of muscovite in the foliation are still present, so the reaction did not run to completion. The fourth volume in this series consists of eleven chapters. Winter (2010) An Introduction to Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology. We can often recognize that a rock is metamorphic because it displays foliation, where increased _____ and _____ cause tabular minerals to _____. 2 0 obj metamorphic minerals is commonly localized in shear zones. Prograde Metamorphism – this is the transformation of lower grade metamorphic rocks to higher grade ones due to an increase in temperature and pressure. Temperature-pressure diagram showing the generally accepted limits of the various facies used in this text. Freeman. Metamorphic Reactions Chapter 14B Univariant Reaction Lines • The grid define stability limits – End-member minerals – Mineral assemblages • More thermodynamic data is needed to construct a useful grid Isograds • Mark the intersection of the ground with a Univariant reaction curve • Example: cordierite reaction to Mg-Fe garnet defines the garnet isograd This book is for senior undergraduate or postgraduate students who want an insight into some modern approaches to metamorphic petrology. 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Fyfe; W. S. Fyfe Search for other works by this author on: GSW. <> Sillimanite nodule in a biotite gneiss. A metamorphic reaction is a chemical reaction that takes place during the geological process of metamorphism wherein one assemblage of minerals is transformed into a second assemblage which is stable under the new temperature/pressure conditions resulting in the final stable state of the observed metamorphic rock.. A very simple mineralogical system and its response to changing pressure and temperature provide a good illustration of what occurs in metamorphism.An uncomplicated sediment at Earth’s surface, a mixture of the clay mineral kaolinite [Al 4 Si 4 O 10 (OH) 8] and the mineral quartz (SiO 2), provides a good example. 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