Oxygen isotope fractionation factors between anhydrite and water from 100 to 550°C

Hitoshi Chiba, Minoru Kusakabe, Shin Ichi Hirano, Sadao Matsuo, Shigeyuki Somiya

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Oxygen isotope exchange between anhydrite and water was studied from 100 to 550°C, using the partial equilibrium method. The exchange rate was extremely low in NaCl solution. In the lower-temperature range, acid solutions were used to produce sufficient reaction to determine the oxygen isotope fractionation factors. The fractionation factors obtained in the present study are definitely different from those given by Lloyd [8]. They are similar to those for the HSO4--water system studied by Mizutani and Rafter [19], and are consistently 2‰ higher than those of the barite-water system by Kusakabe and Robinson [5]. The temperature dependence of the oxygen isotope fractionation factors was calculated by the least squares method in which the weight was taken to be inversely proportional to the experimental error. The fractionation is given by:103lnαanhydrite-water=3.21×(103/T)2-4.72. Available δ18O values of natural anhydrite were used to test the validity of this expression. It is shown that this newly revised geothermometer can be successfully applied to natural hydrothermal anhydrite.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)55-62
Number of pages8
JournalEarth and Planetary Science Letters
Volume53
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1981
Externally publishedYes

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Oxygen Isotopes
oxygen isotopes
anhydrite
Fractionation
fractionation
oxygen isotope
Water
water
equilibrium methods
Barium Sulfate
barite
least squares method
exchange rate
Ion exchange
Temperature
temperature dependence
acids
Acids
acid
temperature

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Oxygen isotope fractionation factors between anhydrite and water from 100 to 550°C. / Chiba, Hitoshi; Kusakabe, Minoru; Hirano, Shin Ichi; Matsuo, Sadao; Somiya, Shigeyuki.

In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 53, No. 1, 1981, p. 55-62.

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Chiba, Hitoshi ; Kusakabe, Minoru ; Hirano, Shin Ichi ; Matsuo, Sadao ; Somiya, Shigeyuki. / Oxygen isotope fractionation factors between anhydrite and water from 100 to 550°C. In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 1981 ; Vol. 53, No. 1. pp. 55-62.
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