Oxygen and hydrogen isotope fractionation in serpentine–water and talc–water systems from 250 to 450°C, 50 MPa
Saccocia, Peter J.
Seewald, Jeffrey S.
Shanks, Wayne C.
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Oxygen and hydrogen isotope fractionation factors in the talc-water and serpentine-water systems have been determined by laboratory experiment from 250 to 450°C at 50 MPa using the partial exchange technique. Talc was synthesized from brucite + quartz, resulting in nearly 100% exchange during reaction at 350 and 450°C. For serpentine, D-H exchange was much more rapid than 18O-16O exchange when natural chrysotile fibers were employed in the initial charge. In experiments with lizardite as the starting charge, recrystallization to chrysotile enhanced the rate of 18O-16O exchange with the coexisting aqueous phase.
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