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The significance of PGE variations with Sr–Nd isotopes and lithophile elements in the Emeishan flood basalt province from SW China to northern Vietnam
Chusi Li;  Edward M. Ripley;  Yan Tao;  Ruizhong Hu
2016
Source PublicationLithos
Volume248–251Pages:1-11
Abstract

New analyses of siderophile–lithophile elements and Sr–Nd isotopes in the Permian basalts and picrites from northern Vietnam, the southernmost occurrence of the Emeishan flood basalt province, together with previously published data, are used to address the question of whether any meaningful correlation between these elements and isotopes exists at a province scale. The available data show that negative correlations between εNd, (87Sr/86Sr)i and mantle-normalized (Nb/Th)n are present in the basalts but not in the associated picrites. This indicates that crustal contamination is negligible in the picrites but significant in some of the basalts. The picrites and basalts from the entire province show negative correlations between (Rh/Ru)n, (Pt/Ru)n, (Pd/Ru)n and Mg-number. This indicates that Ru behaves compatibly whereas Rh, Pt and Pd behave incompatibly during magma differentiation. The incompatible behavior of Rh in natural basaltic systems is also supported by the fact that (Pt/Rh)n remains constant with decreasing Mg-number in the lavas. Depletions of Pd and Pt, and to a lesser degree Cu, in some basaltic samples characterized by relatively low εNd and (Nb/Th)n support the notion that sulfide saturation in the magmas was triggered by a combination of siliceous crustal contamination and addition of external sulfur. Within the entire flood basalt province only the picrites from Song Da, northern Vietnam show clear depletion in Ir relative to Ru. These picrites are also characterized higher Al2O3/TiO2 and lower mantle-normalized La/Yb (0.2–2.4) than those from elsewhere in the province, possibly due to the involvement of an Ir-depleted, fertile mantle component in magma generation at this location.

KeywordFlood Basalts picrites incompatible Trace Elements platinum-group Elements sr–nd Isotopes mantle Heterogeneity
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.gyig.ac.cn/handle/42920512-1/9592
Collection矿床地球化学国家重点实验室
Affiliation1.State Key Laboratory of Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang 550002, China
2.Department of Geological Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA
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Chusi Li;Edward M. Ripley;Yan Tao;Ruizhong Hu. The significance of PGE variations with Sr–Nd isotopes and lithophile elements in the Emeishan flood basalt province from SW China to northern Vietnam[J]. Lithos,2016,248–251:1-11.
APA Chusi Li;Edward M. Ripley;Yan Tao;Ruizhong Hu.(2016).The significance of PGE variations with Sr–Nd isotopes and lithophile elements in the Emeishan flood basalt province from SW China to northern Vietnam.Lithos,248–251,1-11.
MLA Chusi Li;Edward M. Ripley;Yan Tao;Ruizhong Hu."The significance of PGE variations with Sr–Nd isotopes and lithophile elements in the Emeishan flood basalt province from SW China to northern Vietnam".Lithos 248–251(2016):1-11.
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