CALCITE – AMPHIBOLE – CLINOPYROXENE ROCK FROM THE AFRIKANDA COMPLEX, KOLA PENINSULA, RUSSIA: MINERALOGY AND A POSSIBLE LINK TO CARBONATITES. II. OXYSALT MINERALS

@article{Zaitsev2002CALCITEA,
  title={CALCITE – AMPHIBOLE – CLINOPYROXENE ROCK FROM THE AFRIKANDA COMPLEX, KOLA PENINSULA, RUSSIA: MINERALOGY AND A POSSIBLE LINK TO CARBONATITES. II. OXYSALT MINERALS},
  author={A. Zaitsev and Anton R. Chakhmouradian},
  journal={Canadian Mineralogist},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={1347-1374}
}
  • A. Zaitsev, Anton R. Chakhmouradian
  • Published 2002
  • Geology
  • Canadian Mineralogist
  • Carbonate – amphibole – clinopyroxene rocks and carbonatites from the Afrikanda complex, in the Kola Peninsula, Russia, contain a number of oxysalt minerals, including major calcite (15–95 vol.%), subordinate hydroxylapatite, ancylite-(Ce), calcio ancylite-(Ce), and minor burbankite, khanneshite, nyerereite, shortite, bradleyite, strontianite, britholite-(Ce) and barite. T hree mineral parageneses differing in the mode of occurrence of calcite are distinguished: (1) calcite… CONTINUE READING
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