PREFACE. 0000002970 00000 n Metamorphic Reactions * * Fig. GLY 2010L Metamorphic Rocks HCC Ybor Campus Student Response Worksheet Part A: Classification: 1. This paper deals with the metamorphic overprinting of the Inner Western Carpathians (IWC) Meliatic Triassic–Jurassic paleotectonic units after the closure of the Neotethyan Meliata Basin. 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 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 JMG 2001 Metamorphic reactions Reactions in a kaolinite-quartz system. Download Metamorphic Reactions PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF. 0000033606 00000 n Metamorphic Reactions and Metamorphic Facies Author(s) W. S. Fyfe; W. S. Fyfe Search for other works by this author on: GSW. �����D��M���5���G�Ysܱy�[�Y • Mineral- and rock-forming metamorphic processes are mainly controlled by the same parameters that control chemical reactions. %PDF-1.3 %���� 2 0 obj 0000002498 00000 n F. J ... PDF Link PDF. %���� The sillimanite grew by the reaction muscovite + quartz = sillimanite + K-feldspar + H 2 O. The simplest metamorphic reaction involves polymorphic transformation of minerals as P or T changes. Some properties of water are evaluated, such as its dielectric constant and ionic product, at high pressures and temperatures. This book is for senior undergraduate or postgraduate students who want an insight into some modern approaches to metamorphic petrology. Winter (2010) An Introduction to Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology. Metamorphic Facies and Metamorphosed Mafic Rocks Reading: Winter Chapter 25. 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Medium to high-pressure and … 0000000667 00000 n The temperature reached during metamorphism. More recent studies have highlighted the important role of frac- 1 Deriving and Balancing Metamorphic Reactions Dexter Perkins (University of North Dakota) A four page summary (Acrobat (PDF) 33kB Jul31 … O) and, – transport and exchange of substances and heat between domains where such reactions take place 0000000754 00000 n Google Scholar. 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 . Metamorphic Minerals / Reactions The mineral assemblages that occur in metamorphic rocks depend on four factors: The bulk chemical composition of the original rock. The most important metamorphic polymorphs are in the Al2SiO5 system, the minerals andalusite, kyanite, and sillimanite. 1 0 obj This observation led to the conclusion that deformation plays an important role in enhancing metamorphic reactions with more favourable kinetics or faster diffusion (Koons et al., 1987). %PDF-1.5 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. Metamorphic processes also commonly drive deformation. endobj Boundaries are approximate and gradational. Add to Citation Manager. Petrogenetic processes such as recrystallization, continuous and discontinuous reactions, mixed volatile reactions and deformation are addressed. Most metamorphic petrologists agree that the simplicity of patterns observed during dehydration reactions of noncarbonate sediments and loss of CO 2 from highly calcareous sediments suggests that partial pressures of the dominant gases and total pressures (load pressure) acting in the system are not completely independent. Metamorphic Reaction Mechanisms. 0000064951 00000 n 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 4 0 obj uR�E �L�*y~ ���m�|H.n��?���ȇ����?��U��j#r�-h��g�ͽ�ԁ=�[�uɲ&9h=o�<>� ���N2k���S=h�/�A�{�M�{�\wB "u*��&8�i@�Yן${���7gn ��:i-���Ym�ByP} *S�%�������!��8mPp] �9�wvu�j�������M��b"�H�E(��P�>x���[.zuw���˩�6+�|��5��?�g��a��Y�֘�v ����94� 0000001002 00000 n endstream endobj 42 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 28435 /Length1 45936 >> stream <> This leads to a closer study of systems containing water, which are discussed in Chapter IV. Metamorphic mineral reactions: Porphyroblast, corona and symplectite growth FRED GAIDIES1,*, R. MILKE2, W. HEINRICH3 and R. ABART4 1 Department of Earth Sciences, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6, Canada, e-mail: Fred.Gaidies@carleton.ca 2 Instiute of Geological Sciences, Free University Berlin, Malteserstr. 0000000981 00000 n Freeman. Contents. Metamorphic pseudosections Can extent this by calculating the positions of these reactions for the exact bulk-rock composition of the sample we are looking at. Add to Citation Manager. 12 Guiraud et al. The composition of any fluid phase that was present during metamorphism. The role of water in metamorphic reactions is stressed again. 0000001156 00000 n �@Ɯ�\8uˁ�w����2�z���~q�,�@��wl����Qe��(��f-J/`+K�*|�$o�I��k��aq5��tO��-9u�;�ᱺĕ�8�u�EYy�ܢ�x�E9��O)l�d��x�7�D�u�HQ���ۍ~F�7��.+�D_�C.S�BS�� �ɪ�׫y�K� =-�����cJ����ծ\ �.3D��J��I��&���������~��6Th�Ѕ�g�k�7mxb��WC�55�'�lY����X,�ܦ@V�\-㛳���έ:����ĺ�aZs9� sz��D;�w ��� Metamorphic reactions are divided into solid-solid, volatile-involving and melting reactions. Type of metamorphic reactions. Sillimanite nodule in a biotite gneiss. 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. 2. 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? endobj 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. x��[[S�F~���Џr��_�2����dB��B�>�샰e�Ė�%BM~o~Ȟ�2����/I߹����\PBsJ)�•҄iNɪҌ�B+~��ŷJ�M%s�P�qfs��2o�W��,Pgu��(y��sʷԢҫ��o�>/� ��-.�%��MӔ��y�^��Ѯ�� 轊쯢�9�DP���f�y�8P|N���ރ�@�9�[��!踽^�M�DB^_!&��Gw�*�e�O�ӊa�a�;��q��̖V� #7���нg�I�4���R��@+ E�'$>1��eQ\���-Ɏ`F��tVu�pJ���l��߽u�7fMn5*���P�T��{Rn���>�5�E�^Sx��1:��r^����~����2���*��O�Q�C4"S4�F��C�Z�0sO�K� ������V}, �+��*���vٗ�9�����=Y�6:��2��&�����dO�tb��2�ɩT�UO�vV�d1�W%��+����AV�1^���ߪ�Y�� �����Y"�u;�Y��f'^��3j=�2}�>�����?��*�dr ���{�@�^;����_i��:��w��KZ(wrK0r�t�@�:�~j��%�è���@�E�!73�������u����y���{�|?�ѡ�(ۓ���y"3dP��H/���p�.�����|A����s����lV�y��W�y ��D�.��\u��Hp��i:�4�P!c%b LM�q|�2X1a���$Ą�Q�һUXd�/�Ѕ�^{����~�"5�L�b�3��b�i|�.Hs����k����+��g�/GM.��%_V�s���I5��+�/��;3���[����� �;��(���z�ҥ/=�x�N� �L�c�y�4�\��-h���+,X�������xe���OK(�f H�\U T����{��A� ��� �@pA�-2���ckQ� ��`�rܫ5�� ��h0�F�iH��5.Qm�[��*GQ��(������˘�$����y�}�}������W ����~�Ge�5�jzNavQ���d�:��s[�}�y����/�Q����g���sOG}�؝�g�x!`��N�7��a�ŋ����. 26-2 with the equilibrium curve contoured for various values of pH2O Figure 26-2. 0000033745 00000 n Chapter 26: Metamorphic Reactions. There are many ways to approach this question and the answer can sometimes be quite elusive. 0000002718 00000 n endobj 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. Metamorphic petrology covers the chemical and physical work done in natural systems in response to changing physical conditions. 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. •The principles of metamorphism are strongly related to the principles of chemical reactions. 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. Metamorphic Facies and Metamorphosed Mafic Rocks l V.M. P-T phase diagram for the reaction Ms + Qtz = Kfs ... – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 3fd750-YTdiZ • 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 The pressure reached during metamorphism. We can often recognize that a rock is metamorphic because it displays foliation, where increased _____ and _____ cause tabular minerals to _____. 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The “typical” or average continental geotherm is from Brown and Mussett (1993). 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 As we discussed previously, the fluid phase plays an important role in metamorphic reactions. 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.. PDF Link PDF. 0000005080 00000 n Examples include the production of talc under varied metamorphic conditions: Prograde metamorphic reactions. Igneous and metamorphic petrology has over the last twenty years expanded rapidly into a broad, multifaceted and increasingly quantitative science.