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High-temperature homogenization behaviour of some sodic mieroperthites

  • Ian Parsons (a1)

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While undergoing 'dry' homogenization at 980°C the 2̄01 X-ray reflections of sodic lowalbite- microcline microperthites show that phase compositions recapitulate (but in a reverse timesense) the unmixing history of ordered feldspars about a solvus with a critical composition near 26 mole per cent KAlSi3O8.

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High-temperature homogenization behaviour of some sodic mieroperthites

  • Ian Parsons (a1)

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