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    激光拉曼光谱仪定量测定硅酸盐熔体包裹体中水含量及其地质应用

    高晓英 涂聪 孟子岳

    高晓英, 涂聪, 孟子岳, 2022. 激光拉曼光谱仪定量测定硅酸盐熔体包裹体中水含量及其地质应用. 地球科学, 47(10): 3616-3632. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2022.236
    引用本文: 高晓英, 涂聪, 孟子岳, 2022. 激光拉曼光谱仪定量测定硅酸盐熔体包裹体中水含量及其地质应用. 地球科学, 47(10): 3616-3632. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2022.236
    Gao Xiaoying, Tu Cong, Meng Ziyue, 2022. Geological Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Quantify Trace Water Concentrations in Silicate Glasses. Earth Science, 47(10): 3616-3632. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2022.236
    Citation: Gao Xiaoying, Tu Cong, Meng Ziyue, 2022. Geological Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Quantify Trace Water Concentrations in Silicate Glasses. Earth Science, 47(10): 3616-3632. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2022.236

    激光拉曼光谱仪定量测定硅酸盐熔体包裹体中水含量及其地质应用

    doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2022.236
    基金项目: 

    国家自然科学基金项目 42072070

    中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金资助 WK2080000128

    详细信息
      作者简介:

      高晓英(1980-),女,教授,主要从事大陆俯冲带矿物学和岩石地球化学研究. ORCID:0000-0002-6624-6092. E-mail:gaoying@ustc.edu.cn

    • 中图分类号: P574.2

    Geological Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Quantify Trace Water Concentrations in Silicate Glasses

    • 摘要: 水作为深熔熔体中最常见的一种挥发分,是影响熔体的物理和化学性质的主要因素.由于现有的测试技术以及熔体包裹体自身的局限性,很难定量确定熔体包裹体中水的含量和种型,导致对俯冲带熔体产生机制和演化过程的认识也极为有限.共聚焦显微激光拉曼光谱仪具有高的空间分辨率、快速、无损分析、样品制备简单等优点,且可分析暴露于表面或包裹于内部的样品,因此对探测微小熔体包裹体具有极大的优势.该方法的原理是基于拉曼谱峰高度/强度与其对应基团含量具有良好的线性关系,以人工合成硅酸盐玻璃为标准样品,用于硅酸盐熔体包裹体中水的含量和种型的定量限定.作为新发展起来的技术和方法,越来越多地引起地质学家的关注,但是目前大量的研究还集中于该分析方法自身的推演和校正,对天然样品的研究还相对缺乏.目前有限的研究表明,该方法可被广泛应用于岩浆岩和高级变质岩体系中,不仅可定量限定岩浆岩基质或斑晶中硅酸盐熔体包裹体水含量,有效示踪岩浆侵入或喷发过程中岩浆的流变学行为;而且可定量限定俯冲带内经历过部分熔融的高级变质岩中代表初始熔体的多晶矿物包裹体中水的含量和种型,示踪俯冲带熔体组成和演化,进而为研究深俯冲地壳分异、板片-地幔楔界面的熔体交代作用等重要问题提供新的制约.

       

    • 图  1  合成含水硅酸盐玻璃的水含量(H2O或D2O)与拉曼积分面积的相关性(修改自Thomas et al., 2006)

      Fig.  1.  Correlation between H2O and D2O concentrations in synthetic glasses and the integral intensity (modified after Thomas et al., 2006)

      图  2  含水硅酸盐玻璃激光拉曼光谱图(修改自Zajacz et al., 2005)

      a.低频区硅氧Si(Al)-O键的振动; b.高频区全水H2OT的伸缩振动

      Fig.  2.  Effect of the chemical composition of the glass on the water band shape (modified after Zajacz et al., 2005)

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