Hydrous sulfide melting: experimental evidence for the solubility of H20 in sulfide melts
The effect of H 2O on sulfide melting temperatures has been investigated in the FeS-PbS-ZnS system at 1.5 GPa, revealing that the addition of H 2O results in a 35°C drop in melting temperature from 900° to 865°C. In addition to the melting point depres
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