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Correction to: The enhanced element enrichment in the supercritical states of granite–pegmatite systems

  • Rainer Thomas
  • Paul DavidsonEmail author
  • Karen Appel
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1 Correction to: Acta Geochim  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11631-019-00319-z

In the original publication, there are some missing data in Table 1 and incorrect data in Table 2.

The correct data in Table 1 for Striegau/Strzegom, Poland, and the correct data in Table 2 for fitting parameter B2 in Granites, validated are provided in this correction article.
Table 1

Experimental base: solvus data for pegmatites and granites, obtained from melt inclusions in quartz (and topaz) using the rapid quench cold-seal pressure vessel technique

Pegmatites/granites

Tcrit (°C)

H2Ocrit (%)

T-range (°C)

Run pressure

Number of experiments

Pegmatites

 Amis Complex, Namibia

700

29.2

550–700

1–3

6

 Capoeira, Borborema, Brazil

682

25.8

620–700

3

7

 Ehrenfriedersdorf, E-Germany

718

23.6

500–750

1–3

16

 Elba, Italy

718

30.9

525–725

1–3

5

 Hilbersdorf, E-Germany

705

28.5

650–750

1–3

5

 Malkhan pegmatite field, Russia

721

27.6

600–750

1–3

14

 Rito del Medio Pluton, N-New Mexico (USA)

710

26.6

650–710

3

4

 Striegau/Strzegom, Poland

699

26.4

600–700

1–3

4

 Tanco, Canada

762

27.5

600–750

1–3

8

 Volyn, Ukraine

732

27.4

650–750

3

4

Granites

 Eldzhurtinsk, Caucasus, Russia

750

31.7

600–750

1–3

5

 Hub Stock, topaz-albite-granite, Tschechien

841

27.4

550–850a

1–7.5

15

 Kirchberg Massif, E-Germany

750

24.0

500–750a

2–7.5

25

 Königshain Massif, E-Germany

750

26.4

650–750

1–3

6

 Zinnwald, topaz-albite-granite, E-Germany

705

27.3

600–850b

1–3

8

aIncluding high-pressure quenching experiments using a double-stage gas (He) chamber

bHydrothermal rapid-quench homogenization experiments at 850 °C

Table 2

Fitting parameter for the solvus curves in normalized coordinates

Equation: Y = A + B1 * X + B2 * X2 + B3 * X3

A

B1

B2

B3

R

SD

Granites

 0.84486

0.232

− 0.04202

− 0.0404

0.81

0.02587

Granites, validated

 0.8328

0.33082

− 0.16507

2.055 × 10−5

0.9333

0.0141

Topaz-albite granite F3

 0.50291

0.16782

1.48986

− 1.16455

0.9978

0.00597

Pegmatites

 0.76463

0.52904

− 0.35804

0.05694

0.9390

0.02176

Y = (t + 273.15)/(tcrit + 273.15), t in  °C

X = H2O/H2Ocrit, H2O in [%(g/g)], R—correlation coefficient, SD—standard deviation

In the second paragraph in subsection 2.2 in the sixth line starting with “Ehrenfriedersdorf pegmatite system…”, the text inside brackets should be read as see Fig. 7 (not as see Fig. 6a, b); also, in the fourth paragraph in the same section, the first line starting with “The formation of inclusions such as shown in …” should be read as Fig. 7 not as 7a, b.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Section 3.6. Chemistry and Physics of Earth MaterialsHelmholtz-Centre Potsdam, German Research Centre for Geoscience – GFZPotsdamGermany
  2. 2.CODES, Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences, School of Natural SciencesUniversity of TasmaniaHobartAustralia
  3. 3.High Energy Density scientific instrumentEuropean X-Ray Free-Electron Laser Facility GmbHSchenefeldGermany

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