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Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge

F. Aumento

Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge

by F. Aumento

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada.,
  • North Atlantic Ocean.
    • Subjects:
    • Serpentine -- Canada.,
    • Serpentine -- North Atlantic Ocean.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 34-37.

      Statement[by] F. Aumento.
      SeriesGeological Survey of Canada., Paper 69-53, Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 69-53.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE185 .A42 no. 69-53
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 51 p.
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4058406M
      LC Control Number79498056

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      the serpentine minerals, particularly chrysotile, with much of the re-ported data having been obtained using differential thermal and thermal fpavimetric analyses. The two principal reactions with the serpentine minerals are a broad endotherm between " C. and 72O" due to de-hydroxylation of the mineral and an exothermic peak about ' C. A new form of serpentine, polyhedral serpentine, has recently been discovered. The researchers that came to ESRF beamline ID24 studied several samples from the fault area of California and mid-Atlantic ridge. They showed that this mineral forms from a gel, partly preserved in the samples.

      Exposure of mantle peridotite and its interactions with seawater to form serpentinite are integral parts of seafloor spreading, and play a key role in affecting the rheology, chemistry, and microbial habitability of the oceanic lithosphere at slow- and ultra-slow spreading ridges. Away from the spreading centers, within subduction zones, the formation and dehydration of serpentinized. from sub-micron minerals in meteorite samples. The feasibility of the technique is illustrated by the structure refinement of forsterite grains. Structural data of serpentine minerals, which chemistry had been previously studied at the nanometer scale, and with sizes of hundreds of nm are then extracted. Comparison.


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Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge by F. Aumento Download PDF EPUB FB2

SERPENTINE MINERALOGY OF ULTRABASIC INTRUSIONS IN CANADA And on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Paperback – January 1, by F. Aumento (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: F. Aumento. Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge (Book, ) [] Get this from a library.

Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge. Detailed descriptions of the mineralogy, petrography, geochemistry, and physical properties of serpentinized ultramafic rocks dredged from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the mid-Atlantic ridge [by] F. Aumento Cape Hatteras to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge [microform]: demultiplexing and archiving a unique multichannel.

The Coquihalla Serpentine Belt extends north-northwest forty miles from a point southeast of Hope, British Columbia to just south of Boston Bar. Sections of the northern part of this belt and the surrounding rocks from Spuzzum to Boston Bar were mapped. The serpentine belt here consists of partially serpentinized harzburgite with generally more intense serpentinization Cited by: 1.

The mineral name ‘serpentine’ is applied to a series of three minerals, lizardite, antigorite, and chrysotile, the latter well known in its asbestos-form in some localities. All three are produced by the hydration of the ferromagnesian minerals of ultramafic rocks at low temperature and pressure under conditions favorable for the formation of each member of the group.

Several ultrabasic to basic intrusions occur in the Roslagen area of east-central Sweden. They are surrounded by Ga old early orogenic. The members of the olivine group crystallize with orthorhombic symmetry, the structures consisting of independent SiO 4 tetrahedra linked by divalent cations in six-fold coordination.

In the (Mg, Fe)-olivines there is complete solid solution between Mg 2 SiO 4 (forsterite) and Fe 2 SiO 4 (fayalite); similarly the (Fe, Mn)-olivines form a continuous series. Olivine is a major. Platinum-group elements, S, Se and Cu in highly depleted abyssal peridotites from the Mid-Atlantic Ocean Ridge (ODP Hole A): Influence of hydrothermal and magmatic processes.

Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, (5), The South Mid-Atlantic Ridge is a typical slow-spreading ridge that represents a modern example to understand mantle composition and the evolution of mid-ocean ridge magmatism.

In this paper, we investigate basalt samples dredged from four locations along the South Mid-Atlantic Ridge ranging from ° to °S. The basalts belong to the tholeiitic series and exhibit normal mid-ocean ridge. Mineral carbonation is known to be among the most efficient ways to reduce the anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide.

Serpentine minerals (Mg3Si2O5(OH)4), have shown great potential for carbonation. A way to improve yield is to thermally activate serpentine minerals prior to the carbonation reaction.

This step is of great importance as it controls Mg2+ leaching, one of the. Two lizardite and chrysotile serpentinites dredged from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge exhibit fractionations of and per mil (δO 18 magnetite=− and − per mil, respectively), whereas an oceanic antigorite shows a value of per mil (δO 18 magnetite=−).

Aumento, F. — Serpentine mineralogy of the ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Geol. Surv. Can. Pap.,67 pp. Bamford, D., Nunn, K., Prodehl, C. and Jacobs, B.

— LISPB-III. Upper crustal structure of northern Britain. Jour. Geol. Soc. London,   The iron subsitution into serpentine minerals and brucite is a function of A ust. 22, Aumento, F. Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

AumentoSerpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusions in Canada and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Geol. Surv. Can. Pap., (), p. Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic compositions were measured on 12 serpentine and 2 actinolite samples from the Troodos ophiolite complex, Cyprus.

The single analyzed antigorite(δD= −60, δ 18 O= ) is isotopically similar to all previously analyzed antigorites from ultramafic bodies. However, although their D/H ratios are relatively “normal”(δD= −70to−92).

[1] The results of detailed textural, mineral chemical, and petrophysical studies shed new light on the poorly constrained fluid‐rock reaction pathways during retrograde serpentinization at mid‐ocean ridges. Uniformly depleted harzburgites and dunites from the Mid‐Atlantic Ridge at 15°N show variable extents of static serpentinization.

They reveal a simple sequence of. SERPENTINE- AND CARBONATE-HOSTED ASBESTOS DEPOSITS (MODELS 8d, 18e; Page, ; Wrucke and Shride, ) by Chester T. Wrucke SUMMARY OF RELEVANT GEOLOGIC, GEOENVIRONMENTAL, AND GEOPHYSICAL INFORMATION Deposit geology The term asbestos as used in this discussion is a collective term applied by mineralogists to certain fibrous minerals.

The Serpentine minerals are used as gemstones, as architectural stone and for use in industry. One of the largest known sources of Asbestos comes from the mineral chrysotile which is part of the Serpentine mineral family. This mineral is very fibrous so it’s use an insulator and in fire retardant materials was common before the health effects.

Serpentine, any of a group of hydrous magnesium-rich silicate minerals. The composition of these common rock-forming minerals approximates Mg3Si2O5(OH)4.

Serpentine generally occurs in three polymorphs: chrysotile, a fibrous variety used as asbestos; antigorite, a variety occurring in either. Aumento F.,Serpentine mineralogy of ultrabasic intrusives in Canada, and on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Geological Survey of Canada, Communication51 p.

Baragar, W.R.A.,Betts Pond area, Burlington Peninsula, Newfoundland: Report to Falconbridge Nickel Mines (copy lodged with Newfoundland Department of Mines). The serpentine subgroup (part of the kaolinite-serpentine group) are greenish, brownish, or spotted minerals commonly found in serpentinite rocks.

They are used as a source of magnesium and asbestos, and as a decorative stone. The name is thought to come from the greenish color being that of a serpent. The serpentine group describes a group of common rock-forming .Serpentine may refer to a single mineral but more often to a group of minerals including antigorite, chrysotile, clinochrysotile, and lizardite, which are altered products of basic and ultra-basic rocks.

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