Li-bearing, disordered Mg-rich tourmaline from a pegmatite-marble contact in the Austroalpine basement units (Styria, Austria)

@article{Ertl2010LibearingDM,
  title={Li-bearing, disordered Mg-rich tourmaline from a pegmatite-marble contact in the Austroalpine basement units (Styria, Austria)},
  author={Andreas Ertl and Heinrich Mali and Ralf Schuster and Wilfried Koerner and John M. Hughes and Franz Brandstaetter and Ekkehart Tillmanns},
  journal={Mineralogy and Petrology},
  year={2010},
  volume={99},
  pages={89-104}
}
AbstractPale-blue to pale-green tourmalines from the contact zone of Permian pegmatites to mica schists and marbles from different localities of the Austroalpine basement units (Rappold Complex) in Styria, Austria, are characterized. All these Mg-rich tourmalines have small but significant Li contents, up to 0.29 wt% Li2O, and can be characterized as dravite, with FeO contents of  ~ 0.9–2.7 wt%. Their chemical composition varies from X(Na0.67Ca0.19 K0.02☐0.12) Y(Mg1.26Al0.97Fe2+0.36Li0.19Ti4+0… CONTINUE READING

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