The Pseudotachylyte of Parijs (Orange Free State), and its Relation to ‘Trap-Shotten Gneiss’ and ‘Flinty Crush-Rock’

@article{ShandThePO,
  title={The Pseudotachylyte of Parijs (Orange Free State), and its Relation to ‘Trap-Shotten Gneiss’ and ‘Flinty Crush-Rock’},
  author={S. J. Shand},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={72},
  pages={198 - 221}
}
  • S. J. Shand
  • Geology
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
I. Introduction In the year 1913 I received from a former student of mine, Mr. P. H. S. De Wet, a consignment of rock-specimens from the neighbourhood of Parijs (O.F.S.). Among these were many pieces of a dense black rock, which, I was informed, occurs very abundantly in veins and networks in the granite. The characters of this rock seemed so remarkable that I took an early opportunity of visiting Parijs myself, in order to study the phenomena in the field. As a result of my observations, I… Expand

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