Relationship between altered pyroxene diorite and the magnetite mineralization in the Chilean Iron Belt, with emphasis on the El Algarrobo iron deposits (Atacama region, Chile)

@article{Mnard1995RelationshipBA,
  title={Relationship between altered pyroxene diorite and the magnetite mineralization in the Chilean Iron Belt, with emphasis on the El Algarrobo iron deposits (Atacama region, Chile)},
  author={J. M{\'e}nard},
  journal={Mineralium Deposita},
  year={1995},
  volume={30},
  pages={268-274}
}
  • J. Ménard
  • Published 1995
  • Geology
  • Mineralium Deposita
North of El Algarrobo (one of the four main deposits of the Chilean Iron Belt), the iron-mineralization (magnetite-etrmolite/actinolite-apatite) is related to clinoand orthopyroxene diorite intrusions which have crystallized at shallow depth (4km) under increasing oxygen fugacities. The supercritical fluid phase exsolved during cooling after the consolidation of the plutons (800–900°C), results in a H+, Cl− and sodic enrichment, and in the sequential leaching of Fe (at less than 700°C), then Ca… Expand
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