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Doklady Earth Sciences

, Volume 483, Issue 2, pp 1542–1546 | Cite as

Geochemical Specifics of Highly Differentiated Topaz-Bearing Granite of the Salmi Batholith

  • A. A. KonyshevEmail author
  • V. Yu. Chevychelov
  • Yu. B. Shapovalov
GEOCHEMISTRY
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Abstract

Two varieties of highly differentiated topaz-bearing granite of the Salmi Batholith are distinguished: Li-siderophyllite topaz-bearing granite (Li-Sdph) (Lupikko dome) and Li–F-topaz-zinnwaldite granite (Li–F-Znwl) (Uksinskii dome). Their geochemical patterns and their place in the evolution of the compositions of A-type granite magma derivatives are shown using indicators of crystallization differentiation and the mineragenic potential; the likely regime of the volatile components (water activity in the melt and F accumulation) is discussed. The physicochemical conditions of the formation of Li–F granite were studied. The solidus temperature was determined experimentally by the method of rock powder melting (570–640°C under water saturated and dry conditions). Based on the temperatures of rock formation obtained and the data on the composition of micas, the F content in the fluid in equilibrium with micas (~0.24–0.34 mol/dm3 HF) was estimated. This similarity of the evolutionary trends for granite magmatism of the studied rocks and commercial Ta–Nb objects of Eastern Transbaikalia (S-type granite) is shown.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The authors are grateful to M.O. Anosova, N.V. Vasil’ev, V.K. Karandashev, E.A. Minervina, A.N. Nekrasov, A.I. Yakushev, and V.O. Yapaskurt for precise analyses. This study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project nos. 18-05-01101-A and 18-05-01001-A.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Konyshev
    • 1
    Email author
  • V. Yu. Chevychelov
    • 1
  • Yu. B. Shapovalov
    • 1
  1. 1.Korzhinskii Institute of Experimental Mineralogy, Russian Academy of SciencesChernogolovkaRussia

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