Measurement of in-situ oxygen isotope ratios in monazite by SHRIMP ion microprobe: Standards, protocols and implications
Monazite forms at sub-solidus conditions in a variety of metamorphic rocks and has been proven to be reactive to fluids, and thus is a potential monitor of fluid-rock interaction. As monazite can preserve multiple growth zones, in order to explore the potential of monazite as a fluid tracer in metamorphic conditions, microbeam analysis is required. We performed oxygen isotope analysis of monazite using the SHRIMP ion microprobe and newly characterized standards, for which we obtained laser...[Show more]
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