Origin of Minerals and Elements in the Late Permian Coal Seams of the Shiping Mine , Sichuan , Southwestern China

@inproceedings{Luo2016OriginOM,
  title={Origin of Minerals and Elements in the Late Permian Coal Seams of the Shiping Mine , Sichuan , Southwestern China},
  author={Yangbing Luo and Mianping Zheng},
  year={2016}
}
Volcanic layers in coal seams in southwestern China coalfields have received much attention given their significance in coal geology studies and their potential economic value. In this study, the mineralogical and geochemical compositions of C19 and C25 coal seams were examined, and the following findings were obtained. (1) Clay minerals in sample C19-r are argillized, and sedimentary layering is not observed. The acicular idiomorphic crystals of apatite and the phenocrysts of Ti-augite… CONTINUE READING
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