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Contenido

A- Objetivos 3
B- Consideraciones generales 4

C- Tablas analíticas de elementos (expresados en ppm) 6


1. Rocas epiclásticas (areniscas) 7
2. Rocas epiclásticas (pelitas) 8
3. Rocas carbonáticas 9
4. Rocas volcánicas básicas 10
5. Rocas plutónicas ácidas 11

D- Bibliografía general 12

E- Bibliografía específica 13
1. Rocas epiclásticas (areniscas) 13
2. Rocas epiclásticas (pelitas) 15
3. Rocas carbonáticas 18
4. Rocas ígneas 24

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A Objetivos

• El objetivo general radica en una análisis de síntesis geoquímica realizado sobre


información de rocas sedimentarias epiclásticas (pelitas y areniscas), carbonáticas,
ígneas básicas (representadas por basalto-diabasa) e ígneas ácidas (granitos),
considerando a los elementos de mayor utilización en trabajos de investigación
geoquímica en rocas reservorios y madres de hidrocarburos (especialmente en rocas
sedimentarias).

• Se brindan los tenores de umbrales geoquímicos de los siguientes elementos: Mo, Zr,
Sr, U, Th, Rb, Pb, Se, As, Hg, Zn, W, Cu, Ni, Co, Fe, Mn, Cr, V, Ti, Sc, Ca, K, S, Ba,
Cs, Te, Sb Sn, Cd, Ag y Pd.

• Se especifican, en la medida de las posibilidades para cada tipo de roca, los valores
mínimo, medio y máximo.

• Se adjunta un listado bibliográfico, el cual incluye ciento ochenta y cuatro (184) citas
tanto de bibliografía general como específica, basado en journals de reciente
publicación y trabajos clásicos de la rama en cuestión.

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B Consideraciones generales

B1) en rocas sedimentarias

- Dado que las areniscas, poseen diferente procedencia y composición (ej areniscas
cuarzosas, feldespáticas o líticas), como así también las pelitas (arcillosas, tobáceas,
margosas, etc), resulta imposible establecer un rango de valores mínimos y máximos de
los elementos químicos citados en este informe. De acuerdo a dicha variabilidad se ha
optado por considerar los valores promedio en ppm de los elementos para estas
sedimentitas, obtenidos a partir de un minucioso y pormenorizado trabajo de revisión
bibliográfica, cuyas citas se compendian al final del presente informe.

- Tanto el Ca (en areniscas y carbonatos) como el Fe (en areniscas) están expresados en %


debido a sus altos tenores en ambas rocas, en tanto el resto de los elementos analizados
lo están en ppm.

- En las areniscas la variabilidad del Mn (y en menor medida del Cu (expresados en ppm)


resulta ser grande, razón por lo cual se establecen tenores con rango de marcada amplitud
en sus valores medios. Además, en éstas rocas también existen contenidos anómalos en
Ce, B, Zr y Ti; a su vez, existen escasos elementos de los cuales se comos que se carece
de información: Pd (en todas las rocas sedimentarias) y Cd (solamente en areniscas).

- Se especifican, además de los elementos solicitados, otros de utilidad como los son: F, P,
B y, las tierras raras La y Ce.

- Es dable mencionar que en las rocas carbonáticas, los elementos de la fase carbonática
(P, Mg, Sr, Mn, Ba, Na) resultan ser muy dependientes del tipo de biomineralización y de
cambios durante la diagénesis, en tanto los elementos de la fase no carbonática (Fe, Al, K)
aparecen en minerales del residuo ácido insoluble y son dependientes de los procesos de
depositación clásticos, y en especial del tamaño de grano y mineralogía de dichos
componentes.

- El valor de Sr, elemento fundamental en el análisis diagenético en carbonatos, es


considerado en este trabajo en rocas con mineralogía calcítica como mineral primordial,

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pues tanto en aragonitas como en dolomitas el contenido de este elemento resulta de


amplio espectro.

B2) en rocas ígneas

- La composición de los elementos de las rocas ígneas estará determinada por el tipo de
procesos de fusión y grado de fusión parcial, así como por las modificaciones que sufrirá
en su ruta de ascenso hacia la superficie.

- No se pueden expresar los valores máximos y mínimos de los distintos elementos en las
rocas ígneas debido a la gran variabilidad sufrida por los mismos de acuerdo a la
naturaleza y evolución de la solución magmática original; por ello se presentan los valores
promedio utilizados en la bibliografía clásica, por un lado para una roca volcánica básica
(basalto) y por otro para una plutónica ácida (granito), ya que se consideran estos dos
tipos de rocas como los representantes más comunes y de composiciones antagónicas
dentro de las rocas ígneas.

- Como ejemplo de las variaciones composicionales referidas anteriormente y sus


significados geológicos se puede citar, entre otros: a) relación Rb/ Sr: el contenido de Sr
estará limitado por el contenido de Ca de la roca ígnea ya que aparece reemplazándolo;
por otra parte el contenido de Rb es función de la concentración de K, a quien reemplaza.
Por esta razón las relaciones Rb/Sr serán más altas en rocas ácidas y más bajas en rocas
básicas (ej. altos contenidos Rb indican que existen procesos de colisión).

- Resulta interesante remarcar que la utilización de datos geoquímicos en exploración en


rocas ígneas, queda circunscripta a la resolución de mapas de isocontenidos y detección
de anomalías respecto a los valores promedio, quedando restringida la posibilidad de
interpretación tal cual se los aplica en las rocas sedimentarias.

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C Tablas analíticas de contenido de elementos


(expresados en ppm)

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1. Rocas epiclásticas (areniscas)

Rocas epiclásticas (areniscas)

Elementos
valor medio (ppm)
químicos

Mo 0,2
Zr 220
Sr 20
U 0,5
Rb 60
Th 1,7
Pb 7
Se 0,1
As 1
Hg 0,03
Zn 16
W 1,5
Cu 2 - 45
Ni 2
Co 0,3
Fe (%) 0,98
Mn 14 - 410
Cr 35
V 20
Ti 1500
Sc 1
Ca (%) 3,91
K 10700
S 240
Ba 10
Cs 0,1
Te <0,01
Sb 0,01
Sn 0,1
Cd
Ag 0,01
Pd
F 270
P 170
B 35
La 30
Ce 92

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2. Rocas epiclásticas (pelitas)

Rocas epiclásticas (pelitas)

Elementos
valor medio (ppm)
químicos

Mo 2,6
Zr 160
Sr 300
U 3,7
Rb 140
Th 12
Pb 20
Se 0,6
As 13
Hg 0,4
Zn 95
W 1,8
Cu 45
Ni 68
Co 19
Fe 47200
Mn 850
Cr 90
V 130
Ti 4600
Sc 13
Ca 22100
K 26600
S 2400
Ba 580
Cs 5
Te <0,01
Sb 1,5
Sn 6
Cd 0,3
Ag 0,07
Pd
F 740
P 700
B 100
La 92
Ce 59
Cl 180

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3. Rocas carbonáticas

Rocas carbonáticas

valor valor
Elementos valor medio
minimo máximo
químicos (ppm)
(ppm) (ppm)

Mo 0,013 0,4 2,6


Zr 0,004 19 160
Sr (*) 8 610 940
U 0,003 2,2 7,04
Rb 0,12 11 140
Th 0,0007 1,7 27,2
Pb 0,00003 9 20
Se 0,001 0,1 0,6
As 0,003 1 13
Hg 0,00003 0,04 0,4
Zn 0,01 20 95
W 0,001 0,6 1,8
Cu 0,002 4 45
Ni 0,005 20 68
Co 0,0005 2 19
Fe 0,007 14600 48500
Mn 0,004 700 1100
Cr 0,00005 11 90
V 0,002 20 130
Ti 0,001 400 4600
Sc 0,00004 1 13
Ca (%) 0,4 30,23 15,6
K 380 4700 26600
S 890 1200 2400
Ba 0,013 120 580
Cs 0,0003 1 5,5
Te <0,0001 0,01 1,4
Sb 0,0005 0,2 1,5
Sn 0,00018 1 6
Cd 0,00011 0,09 0,8
Ag 0,0003 0,01 0,07
Pd
F 1,3 330 740
P 0,07 400 700
B 4,8 20 100
La 0,0003 4,1 40
Ce 0,0004 11,5 95
Cl 150

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4. Rocas volcánicas básicas

Rocas volcánicas básicas

Elementos
valor medio (ppm)
químicos

Mo 0,6
Zr 120
Sr 190
U 0,6
Rb 21
Th 2,4
Pb 7,6
Se 0,3
As 2
Hg 0,2
Zn 86
W 1,8
Cu 110
Ni 76
Co 47
Fe 77600
Mn 1280
Cr 114
V 264
Ti 6400
Sc 35
Ca 78300
K 5300
S 123
Ba 160
Cs 1
Te <0,01
Sb 1
Sn 3,2
Cd 0,15
Ag 0,1
Pd 0,025
F 250
P 610
B 15
La 10
Ce 19
Cl 200

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5. Rocas plutónicas ácidas

Rocas plutónicas ácidas

Elementos
valor medio (ppm)
químicos

Mo 6,5
Zr 210
Sr 250
U 3,4
Rb 220
Th 50
Pb 48
Se 0,007
As 0,5
Hg 0,1
Zn 45
W 0,4
Cu 13
Ni 1
Co 2,4
Fe 13700
Mn 195
Cr 20
V 17
Ti 1500
Sc 2,9
Ca 9900
K 45100
S 58
Ba 1220
Cs 1,5
Te <0,01
Sb 0,31
Sn 3,5
Cd 0,03
Ag 0,05
Pd 0,002
F 700
P 390
B 1,7
La 101
Ce 170
Cl 70

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D Bibliografía General

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E Bibliografía Específica

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