Solubility of Pt in sulphide mattes: Implications for the genesis of PGE-rich horizons in layered intrustions
The partitioning of Pt in sulphide melt (matte) has been studied as a function of fS2 and fO2 at 1200 and 1300 °C. The results show that the solubility of Pt in mattes increases strongly with increasing fS2 and decreases weakly with increasing fO2. The i
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