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solid-melt equilibrium


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The degree of partial melting which, in any particular rock, is a function of temperature, pressure, and the availability of water, and is usually controlled by the abundance and thermal stability of hydroxyl-bearing minerals, e.g. muscovite, biotite, and hornblende.

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