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Huiqiang Yao, Huaiyang Zhou, Xiaotong Peng, Gaowen He. Sr isotopes and REEs geochemistry of anhydrites from L vent black smoker chimney, East Pacific Rise 9°N–10°N. Journal of Earth Science, 2015, 26(6): 920-928. doi: 10.1007/s12583-015-0545-8
Citation: Huiqiang Yao, Huaiyang Zhou, Xiaotong Peng, Gaowen He. Sr isotopes and REEs geochemistry of anhydrites from L vent black smoker chimney, East Pacific Rise 9°N–10°N. Journal of Earth Science, 2015, 26(6): 920-928. doi: 10.1007/s12583-015-0545-8

Sr isotopes and REEs geochemistry of anhydrites from L vent black smoker chimney, East Pacific Rise 9°N–10°N

doi: 10.1007/s12583-015-0545-8
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  • Corresponding author: Huiqiang Yao, hqyao@163.com; Huaiyang Zhou, zhouhy@tongji.edu.cn
  • Received Date: 17 Feb 2015
  • Accepted Date: 03 Jun 2015
  • Publish Date: 01 Dec 2015
  • High resolution sampling, for Sr isotope and REE analyses, was carried out along a transaction of L vent chimney collected from East Pacific Rise 9°N–10°N. Sr isotopes show these anhydrites are precipitated from a mixture between hydrothermal fluid and seawater. The calculated relative proportion of seawater and hydrothermal fluid shows that the mixing is heterogeneous on the transection of the L vent chimney. Anhydrites from the chimney show uniform chondrite-normalized REE pattern with enrichment of LREE and positive Eu anomaly. While normalized to the REE of end-member hydrothermal fluid, anhydrites also show uniform REE pattern but with negative Eu anomaly and enrichment of HREE. Combining previous studies on REEs of hydrothermal fluids from different hydrothermal systems and the hydrothermal fluid data from this region, we suggested that REE-anion complexing, rather than crystallography controlling, is the main factor that controls the REE partition behavior in the anhydrite during its precipitation from the mixture of hydrothermal fluid and seawater.

     

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