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Using the discontinuous branch of Bowen’s Reaction Series. Determine the solidification temperatures of Olivine, Pyroxene, Amphibole, and Biotite. Record the reference pressures that correspond to these temperatures At temperatures below the solidification temperature of Biotite, potassium feldspar and quartz will solidify. Determine the solidification temperature of potassium feldspar and quartz. Consider the continuous branch of Bowen’s Reaction Series. As in Procedure I and II, determine the range of solidification temperatures for calcium rich plaglioclases and sodium rich plaglioclas

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  • JA1
\(\huge\color{Green}{Hello~There~lily3662}\) You posted what seems to be a chemistry question in the OpenStudy Ambassador section, please post your question in the correct section so you may be better assisted :) \(- JA1\)
sorry but i didn't know where to post it because there is no geology in the subjects. i will try chem though.
  • JA1
Thanks :) I really didn't read the question, too many words xD but yah try chem or science.

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