Chlorite crystallinity as an indicator of metamorphic grade of low-temperature meta-igneous rocks: a case study from the Bükk Mountains, northeast Hungary

@article{rkai1997ChloriteCA,
  title={Chlorite crystallinity as an indicator of metamorphic grade of low-temperature meta-igneous rocks: a case study from the B{\"u}kk Mountains, northeast Hungary},
  author={P{\'e}ter {\'A}rkai and D. Sadek Ghabrial},
  journal={Clay Minerals},
  year={1997},
  volume={32},
  pages={205 - 222}
}
A B S TRACT: X-ray diffraction chlorite crystallinity (ChC) indices and major element chemical compositions of chlorites and bulk rocks were determined and correlated in meta-igneous rocks from different Mesozoic formations in various tectonic units of the Biikk Mountains, NE Hungary. The rocks, of basic to acidic compositions, range from ocean-floor metamorphic prehnite-pumpellyite facies (diagenetic zone) through regional metamorphic prehnite-pumpellyite facies (anchizone) up to the regional… CONTINUE READING

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