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The surface free energy magma before convection began. Wager increases as a function of t2 while the (1959) suggested that cyclic layering in the volume free energy increases as a function Bushveld, characterized by graded units with of r 3. The critical radius (rc) marks the point basal chromitite, followed upwards by orwhere continued growth of the nuclei thopyroxenites, and finally by plagioclasedecreases the total free energy. rich rocks, is the result of the order in which the phases nucleated, which was controlled by the complexity of their crystal structures.
5. Seismic shocks Experimental studies show that spontaneous nucleation and growth can be triggered in supersaturated liquids by agitation. Seismic shock waves may cause layering by intermittent agitation of a supersaturated magma resulting in changes in the rates of crystal nucleation, growth, or settling (Holler, 1965). Alternatively, seismic shock waves might result in disruption and crystal sorting within the suspension zone of an in situ crystallization front along the floor of a magma chamber.
Wager (1959) also suggested that within the Skaergaard intrusion, the largescale, intrusion-wide layers, such as the "Triple Group", were difficult to explain "solely on a specific gravity and winnowing basis" (p. 79) and that variations in crystal nucleation rates probably played a role. Maaloe (1978) suggested that both macro-rhythmic layering and modally-graded rhythmic layering in the Skaergaard intrusion may be the result of an interplay between nucleation rates and growth rates within the Skaergaard magma chamber.
A k-extreme point is the limit of k-exposed points by Asplund A.