Experimental melting of phlogopite-peridotite in the garnet stability field

  • Pierre Condamine
  • Etienne Médard
  • Jean-Luc Devidal
Original Paper

Abstract

Melting experiments have been performed at 3 GPa, between 1150 and 1450 °C, on a phlogopite-peridotite source in the garnet stability field. We succeeded to extract and determine the melt compositions of both phlogopite-bearing lherzolite and harzburgite from low to high degrees of melting (ϕ = 0.008–0.256). Accounting for the presence of small amounts of F in the mantle, we determined that phlogopite coexists with melt >150 °C above the solidus position (1150–1200 °C). Fluorine content of phlogopite continuously increases during partial melting from 0.2 to 0.9 wt% between 1000 and 1150 °C and 0.5 to 0.6 wt% between 1150 and 1300 °C at 1 and 3 GPa, respectively. The phlogopite continuous breakdown in the lherzolite follows the reaction: 0.59 phlogopite + 0.52 clinopyroxene + 0.18 garnet = 0.06 olivine + 0.23 orthopyroxene + 1.00 melt. In the phlogopite-harzburgite, the reaction is: 0.93 phlogopite + 0.46 garnet = 0.25 olivine + 0.14 orthopyroxene + 1.00 melt. Melts from phlogopite-peridotite sources at 3 GPa are silica-undersaturated and are foiditic to trachybasaltic in composition from very low (0.8 wt%) to high (25.6 wt%) degrees of melting. As observed at 1 GPa, the potassium content of primary mantle melts is buffered by the presence of phlogopite, but the buffering values are higher, from 6.0 to 8.0 wt% depending on the source fertility. We finally show that phlogopite garnet-peridotite melts are very close to the composition of the most primitive post-collisional lavas described worldwide.

Keywords

Phlogopite Hydrous melting Garnet-peridotite Fluorine Potassic Ultrapotassic 

Notes

Acknowledgments

We thank Peter Ulmer and Travis Tenner for their constructive reviews as well as Timothy Grove for his editorial handling. We thank Didier Laporte for helpful comments and for providing us with the Bri5 peridotite and Christian Pin for the Finero phlogopite-peridotite sample. This study was funded by the Syster program of CNRS-INSU. This is Laboratory of Excellence ClerVolc Contribution No. 219.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pierre Condamine
    • 1
  • Etienne Médard
    • 1
  • Jean-Luc Devidal
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratoire Magmas et VolcansUniversité Blaise Pascal - CNRS - IRD, OPGC, Campus Universitaire des CézeauxAubièreFrance

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