By Vratislav Hurai, Monika Huraiová, Marek Slobodník, Rainer Thomas
Geofluids:Developments in Microthermometry, Spectroscopy, Thermodynamics, and strong Isotopes is the definitive resource on paleofluids and the migration of hydrocarbons in sedimentary basins—ideal for researchers in oil and gasoline exploration.
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Free liquid water can persist even in the upper mantle. , 2000). 9 GPa, which caused the conversion of the liquid water to the ice VI at room temperature, instead of to the hexagonal ice at temperatures below 0 °C and lower pressures. The trace amounts of water (up to 2000 ppm) stored in defects in nominally anhydrous minerals, such as pyroxene, olivine, and garnet, in the Earth’s mantle is equivalent to the amount of water in the ocean and atmosphere combined (Bhattacharya, 2012). The existence of a sufficient amount of water at temperatures and pressures close to 0 °C is an important factor but not the only prerequisite for the origin of life.
Furthermore, the boiling and condensation of pure methane occur at considerably lower pressures than the CH4-clathrate + CH4-liquid + CH4-vapor curve, and the LCEP lies above the critical point of pure CH4 (Bakker, 1997). 17 PÀX projection of the H2OÀCH4À8 mass% NaCl system. , 1987. The ternary systems H2O–CH4–NaCl and H2O–CH4–CaCl2 to 800 K and 250 MPa. Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 91, 627–634. Copyright Wiley–VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. Reproduced with permission. 2 H2O2CO22NACL AND H2O2CH42NACL SYSTEMS The shapes of CO2 dissolution curves in aqueous solutions with NaCl are similar to those in the H2OÀCO2 system, but the addition of NaCl drastically reduces the capacity of the aqueous solution to dissolve CO2.
2 °C, and XN2 ¼ 0:47 (van den Kerkhof, 1990). In these conditions, critical homogenization and melting of CO2 solid occur simultaneously. 2 and À147 °C, and sublimation of the solid in liquid or vapor occurs as a final phase transition. The CH4ÀN2 system is rare in nature. 6 °C). A limited miscibility of solid methane and solid nitrogen is possible, in contrast to the two previous systems. % N2. The CH4-dominant crystals are cubic, whereas the N2-rich crystals are hexagonal (van den Kerkhof, 1988).