Vertical variations in the mineralogy of the Yichun topaz-lepidolite granite, Jiangxi Province, southern China

@inproceedings{Huang2002VerticalVI,
  title={Vertical variations in the mineralogy of the Yichun topaz-lepidolite granite, Jiangxi Province, southern China},
  author={Xiao-long Huang and Ru Cheng Wang and Xiao-Ming Chen and Huan Hu and Chang Liu},
  year={2002}
}
The Yichun topaz–lepidolite granite is the latest and most evolved unit of the Yichun granitic complex, South China, and is well known by virtue of its unusual Ta–Nb–Li mineralization. A drill hole down to 300 m has intersected the granite from top to bottom, and revealed three petrographic zones: K-feldspar-rich facies in the lower part, albite-rich facies in the middle part, and Ab- and Kfs-rich facies in the upper part. Geochemically, the Yichun granite belongs to the phosphorus-rich type of… CONTINUE READING

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