3 edition of Amphibole and Biotite From Rapakivi. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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TiO 2 activity values lower than one will cause underestimation of uncorrected crystallization temperatures. ; ;which warrants a more detailed evaluation of their potential effects in the studied samples. Amphibolite erodes over a long period of time.2007b; Lu et al. However, in the case of rapakivi granites the more prominent potential cause of aTiO 2 changes is the mixing of mafic and granitic magmas ; ;which would cause differences between the geochemical conditions of ovoid and groundmass material crystallization.
At lower H 2O activities e. Wolff JA, Ramos FC 2003 Pb isotope variations among Bandelier Tuff feldspars: no evidence for a long-lived silicic magma chamber.
Length of the scale bar is 10 cm. Gogoi B, Saikia A, Ahmad M 2018a Field evidence, mineral chemical and geochemical constraints on mafic-felsic magma interactions in a vertically zoned magma chamber from the Chotanagpur Granite Gneiss Complex of Eastern Amphibole and Biotite From Rapakivi. Perugini D, Poli G, Gatta G 2002 Analysis and simulation of magma mixing processes in 3D.
In the Damiao anorthosites, there are high tenor V—Ti magnetite ore deposits that were formed by residual magmatic segregation that injected the anorthosites, and are spatially associated with the norites. In addition, the compositions of the amphiboles and biotites in the granite in the Shachang complex indicate derivation from the crust. Martin RF 2007 Amphiboles in the Igneous Environment.
A-type granites are typically enriched in REE, Zr, and Hf and have striking depletions in Sr, P, and Ti compared to most other granites. The full analytical results are available in Electronic Appendix 3 Table EA2.
The cracking most probably results from volume changes in U- and Th-rich inner domains, induced by strong metamictization see. In this study, a priori classification of the studied zircon material was achieved first by analyzing zircon from two distinct and precisely known textural positions, from within ovoids and groundmass, and second by internal textures.
The proportion of type 4 acicular crystals relative to the oscillatory-zoned type 3 crystals varies by rock type. Foster MD 1960 Interpretation of the composition of trioctahedral micas. In b and d similar symbols connected with a line denote analyses from within the same grain. This suggests that, at pressures in excess of 8 kbar, hornblende stability may overlap with conditions of dehydration-melting of BPQ.
The dashed curves at 10 and 20 kbar indicate the inferred dehydration solidus.