This site stores nothing other than an automatically generated session ID in the cookie; no other information is captured.In general, only the information that you provide, or the choices you make while visiting a web site, can be stored in a cookie.Re tends to enter the melt phase (incompatible) while Os remains in the solid residue (compatible).This causes high ratios of Re/Os in oceanic crust (which is derived from partial melting of mantle) and low ratios of Re/Os in the lower mantle.Ore minerals investigated in detail include molybdenite, pyrite and arsenopyrite which have been applied to understand the origin of porphyry, Sed Ex, VMS, IOCG and Orogenic Au deposits globally.Some key papers include: Using Re-Os isotopes to determine the deposition age of petroleum source-rock formation (organic-rich shales) is a major research theme, both in terms of technical development and application.Both rhenium and osmium are strongly siderophilic (iron loving), while Re is also chalcophilic (sulfur loving) making it useful in dating sulfide ores such as gold and Cu-Ni deposits.This dating method is based on an isochron calculated based on isotopic ratios measured using N-TIMS (Negative – Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry).
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We used Re-Os arsenopyrite geochronology to precisely determine the age of main-stage gold mineralization at Muruntau to be 287.5 ± 1.7 Ma, which overlaps the emplacement of proximal post-tectonic granitoid magmatism.
Additionally, we suggest that arsenopyrite growth may have occurred over an interval of at least 2 m.y.
Re-Os isotopes natural hydrocarbons are directly related to source-rock Re-Os isotope character and in some cases Re-Os geochronology of hydrocarbons is possible.
The Muruntau gold deposit, Uzbekistan, is one of the largest gold deposits known worldwide, but its origin remains controversial.