Geochemistry of ODP Hole 111-504B basalts (Table 2), supplement to: Autio, Laurie K; Sparks, Joel W; Rhodes, J M (1989): Geochemistry of Leg 111 basalts: intrusive feeders for highly depleted pillows and flows. In: Becker, K; Sakai, H; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 111, 3-16

Laurie K Autio, Joel W Sparks & J M Rhodes
Fifty samples of basalt recovered during ODP Leg 111 from the dikes (Layer 2C) of Hole 504B (1350.0-1562.3 m below seafloor) were analyzed by X-ray-fluorescence techniques. All of the samples are highly depleted in magmaphile elements relative to other mid-ocean ridge basalts, with TiO2 = 0.75-1.24 wt%, Na2O = 1.59-2.22 wt%, Zr = 38-64 ppm, Nb = 0.3-1.5 ppm, and Y = 20-30 ppm (for samples containing 0%-2% phenocrysts), but have ratios of highly incompatible...
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