Finding of zonal wolframoxiolite and its genetic implication
Minerals and Parageneses of Minerals
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Wolframoxiolite with a sectorial distribution of components is described from Li-F granite. The ontogenetic features provide evidence for the primary origin of wolframoixiolite and geochemical evolution of the mineral-forming medium.
KeywordsMarin Geochemical Evolution Sectorial Distribution Granitic Pegmatite Light Zone
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