The effect of CO 2 on the speciation of RbBr in solution at temperatures to 579 degreesC and pressures to 0.26 GPa
Carbon dioxide- and salt-bearing solutions are common in granulite, ore-forming and magmatic environments. The presence of CO2 affects mineral solubilities, fluid miscibility, and viscosity and wetting properties, and is expected to affect salt speciation. EXAFS measurements of RbBr-H2O-CO2 fluids contained in corundum-osed synthetic fluid inclusions (SFLINCs) have been used to investigate the effect of CO2 on salt speciation at temperatures to 579 °C and pressures to around 0.26 GPa. Forward...[Show more]
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