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Mineral paragenesis in the talc-water experimental hydrothermal system.

January 1, 1982

The talc-like gel was treated between 300o and 550oC at 1 kbar for 7, 30, 50, 120 and 200 days. The trends suggest that stevensite and/or corrensite are the stable minerals at <450oC. At 500o- 550oC, talc is stable.-K.A.R.

Citation Information

Publication Year 1982
Title Mineral paragenesis in the talc-water experimental hydrothermal system.
DOI
Authors G. Whitney, D.D. Eberl
Publication Type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Series Title American Mineralogist
Series Number
Index ID 70011842
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization