Albitization of the Kuangshancun intrusion, Southern Taihang Mountains, China

Chang, Zhaoshan, and Feng, Zhongyan (1998) Albitization of the Kuangshancun intrusion, Southern Taihang Mountains, China. Mineral Deposits, 17 (Supplementary). pp. 623-624.

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Based on detailed geological and geochemical investigation, we have established the sequence of the mamatic-hydrothermal events of the Kuangshancun Intrusion. We have estimated the physiochemical conditions of each event. The magmatic-hydothermal processes can be divided into 3 stages: main magmatic stage, late magmatic stage and post magmatic stage. During the late magmatic stage there was interactions between melt, already crystallised rock forming minerals and aqueous phases. The pervasive albitization occurred during the late magmatic stage, as a result of the alteration of rock-forming minerals by magmatic hydrothermal fluids.

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Item Type: Article (Short Note)
ISSN: 0258-7106
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