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卜文瑞,李 力,朱爱美,张 辉,张 俊,崔菁菁
国家海洋局第一海洋研究所 海洋沉积与环境地质国家海洋局重点实验室,山东 青岛 266061
Leaching Experiments of Secondary Components in Altered Submarine Basalts
Bu Wenrui, Li Li, Zhu Aimei, Zhang Hui, Zhang Jun, Cui Jingjing
The First Institute of Oceanography,  Key Laboratory of Marine Sedimentology & Environmental Geology, State Oceanic Administration, Qingdao 266061, China
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选择有大量次生方解石沉淀的海底蚀变玄武岩为研究对象,研磨、均一化后将粉末样品分为49份,其中48份分别以0.25,0.5,1.0,1.5,2.0,2.5 mol/L 6种浓度的足量HCl溶解0.5,1,2,4,8,16,32,64 h,选取溶解残渣测定其主要氧化物和特征微量元素含量,研究确定HCl溶解法去除海底玄武岩中次生组分的浓度—时间组合。结果表明,1.0 mol/L-0.5 h,1.0 mol/L-1 h,1.0 mol/L-2 h,1.0 mol/L4 h,1.5 mol/L-0.5 h,1.5 mol/L-1 h,2.0 mol/L-0.5 h,2.0 mol/L-1 h和2.5 mol/L-0.5 h等9种HCl浓度—时间组合是可供去除海底蚀变玄武岩中次生碳酸盐的理想方案

关键词: 蚀变玄武岩次生组分去除实验    

Altered submarine basalts with rich secondary calcites were graded, homogenized, and divided into 49 subsamples. 48 subsamples were leached with hydrochloric acid (HCl) of different concentrations (0.25 mol/L, 0.5 mol/L, 1.0 mol/L, 1.5 mol/L, 2.0 mol/L, 2.5 mol/L) for different time periods (0.5 hour, 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours, 16 hours, 32 hours and 64 hours). The main oxides and trace elements in the leached residuals were analyzed to determine the preferred HCl concentration-time combinations for leaching secondary components in altered submarine basalts. The result indicates that there are 9 optimal schemes as preferred HCl concentration-time combinations to leach secondary components in altered submarine basalts, which are 1.0 mol/L-0.5 hours, 1.0 mol/L-1 hour, 1.0 mol/L-2 hours, 1.0 mol/L-4 hours, 1.5 mol/L-0.5 hours, 1.5 mol/L-1 hour, 2.0 mol/L-0.5 hours, 2.0 mol/L-1 hour and 2.5 mol/L-0.5 hour.

Key words: Altered submarine basalts    Secondary components    Leaching experiments
收稿日期: 2012-07-24 出版日期: 2012-10-10
ZTFLH:  P594+.2  


作者简介: 卜文瑞(1972-),男,甘肃宁县人,研究员,主要从事海底岩石与海底成矿作用研究
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卜文瑞,李 力,朱爱美,张 辉,张 俊,崔菁菁. 海底蚀变玄武岩中次生组分去除实验研究[J]. 地球科学进展, 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.2012.10.1167.

Bu Wenrui, Li Li, Zhu Aimei, Zhang Hui, Zhang Jun, Cui Jingjing. Leaching Experiments of Secondary Components in Altered Submarine Basalts. Advances in Earth Science, 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.2012.10.1167.


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