Chapter 5. Gautam S en. Ridge Melting. Ridge vs. Hot spot melting. Hydrous Melting. Melt percolation. Compaction & melt accumulation. Compaction height. Di-An- Fo @ different pressures. Composition of invariant melts at different pressures. REE Partitioning.
One can use this diagram to predict the temperature and composition of olivine that would be the first phase to crystallize from mole fractions of FeO and MgO of basaltic liquids. The magma A will crystallize a Fo75 olivine at 1500˚C.
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