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The Sensitivity of Temperature to Tachyhydrite Formation: Evidence from Evaporation Experiments of Simulated Brines Based on Compositions of Fluid Inclusions in Halite

Figure 1

Graphical representations of Jänecke coordinates () on the Jänecke phase diagram at 25°C (a), 35°C (b), and 50°C (c) for the Na+, K+, Mg2+, Ca2+//Cl-H2O system with halite saturation throughout. The experimental crystallization path and predicted evaporation–crystallization path are shown. Points B, R, K, and M denote a sylvite, antarcticite, calcium chloride tetrahydrate, and calcium chloride dihydrate salt point, respectively.
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