Modeling for intercrystalline isotope diffusion
- Modeling for intercrystalline isotope diffusion
- Other Titles
- 광물간 동위원소 확산 모델링
- Park, Changkun
- 동위원소; 모델링; 확산
- Issue Date
- Park, Changkun. 2017. Modeling for intercrystalline isotope diffusion. 2017년도 추계지질과학연합학술대회. 제주 컨벤션 센터. 2017.10.25~2017.10.28.
- Stable isotope exchange between coexisting minerals can take place during cooling of a closed system, followed by
isotopic diffusion through minerals. The result of stable isotope diffusion depends on the temperature, time, diffusion
coefficients, fractionation factors, grain sizes and abundances of mineral phases. Since these factors can be determined
by experiments and petrological studies, the cooling history of the system can be modeled.
To model isotopic exchange between minerals and retrograde intra-crystalline diffusion in a closed system, it is
assumed that 1) isotope concentration at grain boundaries is considered to be homogeneous at any points of grain
boundaries, 2) mass flux of isotope is preserved (thus, net flux is zero), 3) concentration gradient at the grain surfaces
leads to a solid-state isotope diffusion through individual grains, and 4) diffusion coefficients of minerals and isotopic
concentrations at grain boundaries are changed with decreasing temperature (Eiler et al., 1994; Jenkin et al., 1994).
This process continues until the system cools down to the diffusive closure temperatures of minerals.
Results of modeling well reproduce concentration profiles observed in terrestrial rocks (e.g., Bonamici et al., 2011).
The model is applied to refractory inclusions in extraterrestrial rocks to reproduce isotopic distributions in coexisting
minerals, which could constrain cooling history of the inclusions in the early Solar System.
- Conference Name
- 2017년도 추계지질과학연합학술대회
- Conference Place
- 제주 컨벤션 센터
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