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I 200km Lithosphere . ,vapor, ,' ':•-.. framework and a dynamic model are probably smaller than those involved in the uncertainties • about the variation of oxygen fugacity in the mantle and its effect on solidus temperatures. Figures 6 and 7 are therefore suitable for illustrating the types of reactions and processes to be expected in a plume reaching the lithosphere. If there are volatile components in the deep • cm 100 Trace ofmelt•••-• 150 C-H-Ovapor • 200 100 mantle, H20 is released from the hydrates as the plume molten source became permeable.
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