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Published: 01 June 2003
The Canadian Mineralogist (2003) 41 (3): 561–579.
... to Processing 2 ( C.J. Stanley et al. , eds.). Balkema , Rotterdam, The Netherlands ( 927 – 930 ). Bernau , R. & Franz , G. ( 1987 ): Crystal chemistry and genesis of Nb-, V-, and Al-rich metamorphic titanite from Egypt and Greece . Can. Mineral . 25 , 695 – 705...
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Published: 24 July 2015
The Canadian Mineralogist (2015) 53 (2): 295–324.
... radius greater than 0.8 Å in seven- or eight-coordination ( Shannon 1976 ), but it also forms the unique linear UO 2 2+ uranyl ion, which leads to a great diversity of mineral structures ( Burns 2005 ). The element occurs in multiple oxidation states, and thus can play multiple crystal chemical...
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Published: 01 June 2006
The Canadian Mineralogist (2006) 44 (3): 731–753.
... moieties in silicate glasses until relatively low oxygen fugacities (IW) are achieved appears to be at variance with the fact that molybdenite, Mo(IV)S 2 , is the dominant Mo-bearing mineral in the Earth’s crust. In a companion paper, we re-examine the speciation of molybdenum in more complex systems...
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Published: 01 July 2015
The Canadian Mineralogist (2015) 53 (4): 673–691.
... the ability of tourmaline to incorporate Cl. tourmaline-group minerals chlorine bond-valence method bond topology porphyry gold deposit hydrothermal alteration salt melt § Corresponding author e-mail address: bacikp@fns.uniba.sk 2 2 2015 1 8 2015 © 2015 Mineralogical...
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Published: 16 January 2019
The Canadian Mineralogist (2020) 58 (1): 45–69.
... in magmatic titanite are good indicators of magma fertility for these metals and can be used to evaluate the potential for corresponding mineralization ( Xie et al . 2010 , Che et al . 2013 , Xu et al . 2015 , Pan et al . 2018 ). The considerable amounts (generally 10 to >100 ppm) of U and Th...
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Published: 01 April 2004
The Canadian Mineralogist (2004) 42 (2): 563–582.
... inclusions of laurite and hollingworthite and has a partial rim of Rh–Fe–Ni sulfide. Kim (1990 , pers. commun. 2003) confirmed the phase Pd 3 Te 2 in the synthetic system Pd–Te, which is stable up to 500°C. The composition ( Table 4 ) shows that the formula of this mineral might also be written as [Pd 2...
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Published: 01 October 2005
The Canadian Mineralogist (2005) 43 (5): 1711–1734.
..., P total ≈ 300 bar). We suggest that sulfidation of PGE alloys most likely reflects a late magmatic or hydrothermal formation. Sulfidation curves for Pt minerals were summarized by Makovicky (2002) in the temperature range from 500 to 1200°C; the pairs Pt–PtS, Pt 3 Fe–PtS and PtS–CuPt 2 S 4...
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Published: 01 October 2004
The Canadian Mineralogist (2004) 42 (5): 1383–1404.
... 2004 F ig . 2. (a) Relative timing of geological events at Mount Charlotte (modified from Clout et al. 1990 ), and (b) vein mineral paragenesis for Mount Charlotte. Mineralization at Mount Charlotte comprises a series of pipe-like to irregularly shaped orebodies centered on vein...
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Published: 01 July 2015
The Canadian Mineralogist (2015) 53 (4): 633–641.
... for synthetic KCuCl 3 show that its crystals can be grown using different methods over a wide temperature range, e.g ., at room temperature from aqueous solutions of KCl + CuCl 2 + HCl ( Willett et al . 1963 ), or at 500 °C from a melt using the Bridgman method ( Goto et al . 2006 ). Sanguite occurs...
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Published: 01 June 2010
The Canadian Mineralogist (2010) 48 (3): 467–481.
... specimen, the mineral is greyish white in color, has a metallic luster and is opaque. It is brittle and has an uneven fracture. The mean VHN 50 , determined on three identations on only one grain, is 190 kg/mm 2 . This corresponds to Mohs hardness of 3½, very similar to that of other members of the PHS...
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Published: 01 December 2004
The Canadian Mineralogist (2004) 42 (6): 1745–1755.
... vein can be observed, with fragments of the altered country-rock cemented by calcite and selenide minerals ( Fig. 1d ). TABLE 2. REFLECTANCE DATA (IN AIR AND OIL) FOR JAGUÉITE F ig . 3. Reflectance data for jaguéite, chrisstanleyite and oosterboschite. Jaguéite...
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Published: 01 August 2003
The Canadian Mineralogist (2003) 41 (4): 989–1002.
.... This complex is the type locality of about 150 minerals, and over 500 mineral species are known to occur there. Here we describe a new Ti silicate, referred to as a vinogradovite-like mineral (M48) by Khomyakov (1995) . This mineral was discovered about 20 years ago, but at that time, its study could...
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Published: 01 April 2012
The Canadian Mineralogist (2012) 50 (2): 295–312.
... . B52 , 78 – 81 . Balić-Žunić T. Makovicky E. ( 2007 ): The crystal structure of kudriavite, (Cd,Pb)Bi 2 S 4 . Can. Mineral . 45 , 437 – 443 . Balić-Žunić T. Vicković I. ( 1996 ): IVTON – program for the calculation of geometrical aspects of crystal structures...
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Published: 01 April 2002
The Canadian Mineralogist (2002) 40 (2): 611–636.
... of cupriferous ore. At the base of Corvo, massive cassiterite and stringer ores with a distinct style of mineralization have also been observed ( Figs. 2 , 3 ). F ig . 2. Cross-section of the Corvo orebody showing the vertical and lateral distribution of the different types of ore: rubané copper ore...
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Published: 01 November 2015
The Canadian Mineralogist (2015) 53 (6): 1109–1127.
... , Voordouw et al. 2010 ). However, in the Platreef of the Bushveld Complex, the abundance of (Pt,Pd)-bismuthotelluride minerals can be more than 50% ( Holwell et al. 2006 , Holwell & McDonald 2007 , Helmy et al. 2007 , McDonald & Holwell 2011 , Holwell et al. 2013 ). The (Pt,Pd...
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Published: 01 June 2007
The Canadian Mineralogist (2007) 45 (3): 631–648.
... with a four-channel CAMECA SX50 electron microprobe at the Serveis Cientificotècnics of the Universitat de Barcelona. Mineral compositions were obtained by analyzing several grains in each section. The analytical conditions were: accelerating voltage 20 kV, beam current 20 nA, beam diameter 2 μm...
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Published: 01 August 2002
The Canadian Mineralogist (2002) 40 (4): 1025–1046.
... analyses) in each sample. Flows can be distinguished using combinations of major and minor constituents from individual minerals ( e.g. , Al 2 O 3 versus SiO 2 in plagioclase or augite, and FeO versus SiO 2 in olivine). However, plots of the composition of coexisting minerals ( e.g. , CaO/(CaO + Na 2 O + K...
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Published: 08 July 2015
The Canadian Mineralogist (2015) 53 (1): 61–82.
... and hydration of the primary calcium uranate minerals. A more hydrous analogue of the so-called x-phase (Ca 2 UO 5 •1.5–3H 2 O) was found as a main secondary phase after the primary Ca-U(VI) oxide minerals. The unusual mineralogy and chemistry of the varicolored marbles can provide clues to the behavior...
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Published: 01 January 2016
The Canadian Mineralogist (2016) 54 (1): 125–143.
... generating mechanisms in boron minerals can be recognized as follows: (1) modular character of structures with complex chemical composition (modularity induced by complex chemistry); (2) modular character of complex heteropolyhedral frameworks in chemically simple minerals (combinatorial modularity in simple...
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Published: 01 August 2010
The Canadian Mineralogist (2010) 48 (4): 711–728.
.... The largest recognized example (~2250 km 2 ) is the Windimurra Complex in the Yilgarn Craton of Western Australia ( Mathison & Ahmat 1996 ), but most other occurrences are far smaller (<500 km 2 , and typically ~10 km 2 ). Perhaps the best known examples occur in West Greenland, and include the ~500 km...
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