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Experimental determination of siderite stability at high ,

The stability field of siderite has been determined up to 10 GPa Decarbonation of siderite occurs at pressures below 6 GPa with a Clapeyron slope of about 00082 GPa/K At higher pressure, we observed direct melting of siderite without decarbonation The melting temperature is about 1550 °C at 10 GPa

Experimental determination of siderite stability at high ,

Experimental determination of siderite stability at high pressure Renbiao Tao,1,2,* Yingwei Fei,2 and LiFei Zhang1 , siderite at high pressure are limited The decarbonation reaction

(PDF) Experimental determination of siderite stability at ,

PDF | The stability field of siderite has been determined up to 10 GPa Decarbonation of siderite occurs at pressures below 6 GPa with a Clapeyron slope of about 00082 GPa/K At higher pressure .

Decarbonation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The lowest breakdown temperature is characteristic of siderite, which readily dissociates beginning at 600 °C In general, the dissociation temperature of carbonates is directly related to the partial pressure of CO 2 in the fluid phase and appreciably decreases at

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