Data from: Ice-VII inclusions in diamonds: evidence for aqueous fluid in Earth’s deep mantle

Oliver Tschauner, Shichun Huang, Eran Greenberg, Vitali B. Prakapenka, Chi Ma, George R. Rossman, Andy H. Shen, Dongzhou Zhang, Matthew Newville, Antonio Lanzirotti & Kimberly Tait
Water-rich regions in Earth’s deeper mantle are suspected to play a key role in the global water budget and the mobility of heat-generating elements. We show that ice-VII occurs as inclusions in natural diamond and serves as an indicator for such water-rich regions. Ice-VII, the residue of aqueous fluid present during growth of diamond, crystallizes upon ascent of the host diamonds but remains at pressures as high as 24 gigapascals; it is now recognized as...
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