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(PDF) Garnet as a major carrier of the Y and REE in the ...

Grt I = primary garnet, Grt II = secondary garnet (c = core, r = rim), Ms = muscovite, Mag = magnetite, Pl = plagioclase, Kfs = K = feldspar , Q tz = quartz (average of 15

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Garnet as a major carrier of the Y and REE in the

Minor to accessory muscovite and magnetite incorporate ~1% Y and ~2% REE of the whole-rock budget. Magmatic garnet Sps 41–46 Alm 28–44 And 0–13 Grs 6–12 Prp 0–1 is Y- and HREE-rich (up 1.54 wt% Y; up ~1 wt% ∑REE), and the Y+REE enter the garnet structure via the menzerite-(Y) substitution. The Y and REE show complex zoning patterns ...

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Original paper Secondary blue tourmaline after garnet

2018-7-19  Elevated contents of Al, Fe, Na and Mn in secondary tourmaline were likely sourced from the replaced garnet and albite, whereas the residual fluids supplied B, F, Li, and H 2 O. Garnet and associated primary tourmaline are rather Mg-rich but the secondary tourmaline is typically Mg-free.

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Garnet U-Pb and O isotopic determinations reveal a shear ...

2019-7-5  Garnet U-Pb and O isotopic ... Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) U-Pb measurements of zircons are listed in the Supplementary ... Magnetite is the primary iron-bearing min-eral that mostly ...

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Origin of oscillatory zoned garnets from the Xieertala

2014-3-1  The garnet-bearing samples were collected from the prograde and retrograde alteration zones. The XL-49 and XL-50 samples have an assemblage of garnet + magnetite + hematite, with the main distinguishing feature being the amount of magnetite present (low in

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Andradite skarn garnet records of exceptionally low δ

2019-7-29  Garnet from the southern end of the skarn is red-to-reddish-brown grandite (Fig. 3b) (Adr 14–45 Grs 50–74 Sps 1–3 Alm 2–9 CaTi 0–2; average Adr 21; based upon 3––10 electron microprobe spots each on garnet fragments from four samples, Table S2 Online Resource 1) and coexists with clinopyroxene and magnetite. Red–brown grandite ...

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Metamorphic evolution of amphibole-bearing aluminous ...

2007-8-30  The large primary garnet grains contain quartz and magnetite but neither ortho-pyroxene nor orthoamphibole and are assumed to have grown early in the paragenetic sequence. A garnet sample from this assemblage yields a garnet growth age of l20l m.y., as determined from Sm-Nd values obtained from the garnet and whole rock (Cornell et al., 1986 ...

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Garnetbank Primary School

Garnetbank Primary School 231 Renfrew Street Glasgow G3 6TX Phone: 0141 332 5158 Fax: 0141 353 3616

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Age and Origin of the Dongping Au-Te Deposit in the

Garnet contains variable U contents and has a high closure temperature of U-Pb isotopes (>850°C; Mezger et al., 1989), making it a potential geochronometer for geologic processes.The low diffusivity of U and Pb in garnet (Mezger et al., 1989) further helps to retain the good retentivity for the U-Pb isotope system.Recently, garnet has been utilized as a robust U-Pb chronometer to date igneous ...

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Tormin Mineral Sands Operation Mineral

2 天前  Tormin Mineral Sands Situated ∼360kms north of Cape Town on the west coast of South Africa, the Tormin Mineral Sands Operation consists of a number of high-grade placer beach and strandline mineral sands deposits hosting some of the richest grades in the world of naturally occurring zircon, ilmenite, rutile, magnetite and garnet.

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Secondary mineral mineral classification Britannica

Other articles where Secondary mineral is discussed: accessory mineral: the magma; in contrast are secondary minerals, which form at a later time through processes such as weathering by hydrothermal alteration. Common minor accessory minerals include topaz, zircon, corundum, fluorite, garnet, monazite, rutile, magnetite, ilmenite, allanite, and tourmaline.

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(PDF) Magnetite Exsolution in Almandine Garnet

In fact, exsolution of magnetite from almandine garnet has been described in literature as a result of cooling below 550°C (BREARLEY CHAMPNESS, 1986). Although the estimated ambient temperature ...

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The World of Garnets - gemstonemagnetism

What are Garnets? The Garnet group falls within the family of Orthosilicate minerals, all with related chemical compositions. Other Orthosilicates include Peridot, Zircon, Topaz, Andalusite, and many secondary gems such as Kyanite and Sphene. What all these gemstones share in common is the chemical component SiO4 (one silicon atom per 4 oxygen atoms) in their chemical formulas.

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Ultrahigh-Pressure (60 Kbar) Magnesite-Bearing Garnet ...

samples, a chromite-bearing garnet peridotite (DZ01), a spinel-free garnet peridotite (DZ02) and a garnet websterite (DG01) from northeastern Jiangsu are studied here. Olivine compositions in peridotites are restricted to Fo90-92. The spinel phase in DZ01 is mostly Fe-rich chromite, with increasing magnetite toward its rim. Garnets are pyropic;

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Carbonic fluid inclusions in a garnet–pyroxene granulite ...

of secondary inclusions in garnet show a relatively broad distribution, from +12.5 to +25.2 °C, which are signifi-cantly higher than those of primary inclusions. Secondary inclusions in plagioclase also show a higher T H range from +11.5 to +16.7 °C. The composition of the fluid, and the temperature and phase of homogenization allow

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THE DEUTERIC AND LATER ALTERATIONS OF THE

2007-8-30  both magnetite and primary perofskite next to melilite. This late perofskite is yellow-brown and much lighter in color than the early perofskite. Small grains of perofskite are either associated with, or incorporated in small.bands of garnet which surround magnetite. ftraNrnBnous GARNET Following the late perofskite, garnet formed either in ...

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Skarn zonation and rock physical properties of the

2017-8-25  Outcrop images of intruding quartz porphyry and resulting garnet-rich skarn in the Wondong deposit. (a and b) Contact zone between quartz porphyry and garnet-rich skarn. (c) Proximal massive garnet-rich skarn with magnetite orebody. (d) Distal garnet-rich skarn with a lot of cavities.

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Abstract. - NGU

2015-3-4  and opaque minerals. Garnet, amphibole, quartz, secondary biotite and haematite occur as well developed coronas associated with primary biotite and magnetite, or as discrete secondary aggregates. Orthopyroxene in contact with plagioclase exhibits successive rims of clinopyroxene, garnet(?), quartz and biotite (38) or clinopyroxene, quartz ...

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A Spectrochemical Investigation of the Bala and Stockdale ...

magnetite. The large abundance of altered olivine crystals suggests that the original rocks were either peridotites or kimberlites. Chloritized phlogopite, green and red garnet, chromite, and some magnetite from the Stockdale intrusion may be primary; whereas all other minerals (see Table IV) are secondary. The primary crystallization of

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Earth and Planetary Science - Peking University

2020-11-5  Fe), magnetite fractionation should lead to more re-duced magma compositions, which is inconsistent with the oxi-dized compositions of Fe-depleting magmatic series. Alternatively, Fe depletion can be. Kuno, driven by the fractionation of Fe-rich sili-cates, particularly garnet (Green and Ringwood, 1968; Tang et al., 2018).

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The World of Garnets - gemstonemagnetism

What are Garnets? The Garnet group falls within the family of Orthosilicate minerals, all with related chemical compositions. Other Orthosilicates include Peridot, Zircon, Topaz, Andalusite, and many secondary gems such as Kyanite and Sphene. What all these gemstones share in common is the chemical component SiO4 (one silicon atom per 4 oxygen atoms) in their chemical formulas.

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Ultrahigh-Pressure (60 Kbar) Magnesite-Bearing

2020-9-5  Three samples, a chromite-bearing garnet peridotite (DZ01), a spinel-free garnet peridotite (DZ02) and a garnet websterite (DG01) from northeastern Jiangsu are studied here. Olivine compositions in peridotites are restricted to . The spinel phase in DZ01 is mostly Fe-rich chromite, with increasing magnetite toward its rim.

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Skarn zonation and rock physical properties of the

2017-8-25  Outcrop images of intruding quartz porphyry and resulting garnet-rich skarn in the Wondong deposit. (a and b) Contact zone between quartz porphyry and garnet-rich skarn. (c) Proximal massive garnet-rich skarn with magnetite orebody. (d) Distal garnet-rich skarn with a lot of cavities.

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Igneous Minerals - Union College

2021-1-14  Garnet in a peraluminous granite. The high refractive index of garnet cause fractures and the grain margin to stand out as dark lines because of total internal reflection. The lack of birefringence distinguishes garnet from all other common high-index minerals. The bright cracks seen in cross-polarized light have thin films of calcite.

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Garnet U-Pb and O isotopic determinations reveal a

2019-7-17  Garnet is an abundant mineral phase found in a range geological settings, from skarn-type ore deposits, granite, and low- and high-grade metamorphic rocks, to the upper mantle.

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Abstract. - NGU

2015-3-4  and opaque minerals. Garnet, amphibole, quartz, secondary biotite and haematite occur as well developed coronas associated with primary biotite and magnetite, or as discrete secondary aggregates. Orthopyroxene in contact with plagioclase exhibits successive rims of clinopyroxene, garnet(?), quartz and biotite (38) or clinopyroxene, quartz ...

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CHROMIAN ANDRADITE FROM REAUME TOWNSHIP,

2007-5-11  antigorite, chrysotile, magnetite, diopside, chlor-ite, calcite and chromite, in addition to garnet. The primary texture of the igneous protolith is pseudomorphously preserved; it is evident that the rock was a fine grained poikilitic wehrlite comprising about 85 modal Vo oliine, LOVo calcic clinopyroxene, and SVo shromite. Oiko-

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Preservation of a magnetization carried by magnetite ...

An outcrop consisting of a 608 Myr old sheeted dyke complex and dyke-intruded metasediments has been investigated palaeomagnetically. It is located in the interior of a nappe the basal and upper parts of which suffered penetrative deformation and amphibolite grade metamorphism during the Caledonian orogeny. The only trace from the orogeny at the outcrop is a widely spaced network of brittle ...

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Formation Sequence of Di Megacrystalline Peridotites of ...

2019-10-14  in olivine, (3) spinel in kelyphitic rim around garnet between garnet and olivine (Rim1 and Rim2 spinel), and (4) spinel in transformed kelyphitic rim around garnet between garnet and kimberlite (Rim3 spinel). P-T conditions for the vast majority of samples, calculated using the composition of primary Cr-spinel, fall in the diamond stability ...

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MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY OF SKARN DEPOSITS

2011-6-24  skarn mineral assemblages. Fine-grained dense garnet hornfelses formed by such replacements are sometimes termed c skarnoid ,. by Russian authors. M etals The most pragmatic classification of skarns is by contained metals. The com­ monest metals of economic importance are Fe (magnetite or, rarely, specularite),

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