Evolution of serpentinite oceanic textures across Alpine metamorphism: neutron radiography and computed tomography

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Serpentinisation of oceanic mantle is one of the most important mineralogical reactions in the Earth Science. This reaction involves the interaction between the upper mantle mineral with seawater at temperatures ranging from 100 to 350oC and produces a magnesium-rich hydrous silicate, serpentine ((Mg,Fe)3Si2O5(OH)4). Once subducted the seperntinised oceanic lithosphere is believed to play a major role in supplying water to the overlying mantle wedge and may trigger intermediate earthquakes. Recovered serpentinised rocks are useful in...
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