Volcanic gases and the reaction of sulfur dioxide with aluminosilicate glasses
Volcanic gases are an important part of the volatile cycle in active planetary systems and contribute significantly to the mobilization and transport of metals to planetary surfaces. On Earth, Venus, Mars and Io, SO2 is the most abundant corrosive species in volcanic gases, and basalts are ubiquitous on these planetary bodies. The reaction between SO2 and silicate rocks forms oxidized sulfate and reduced sulfide. This reaction is a key process in the formation...[Show more]
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