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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2000
European Journal of Mineralogy (2000) 12 (2): 315–328.
...Tahar HAMMOUDA; Michel PICHAVANT Abstract Melting experiments on fluorphlogopite + plagioclase (An68) pairs have been performed at ***1 atmosphere, as a function of temperature and run duration. Run products include, in addition to melt, spinel, forsterite and a newly formed calcic plagioclase...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1999
European Journal of Mineralogy (1999) 11 (4): 637–653.
...Tahar Hammouda; Michel Pichavant Abstract Melting experiments on fluorphlogopite+quartz pairs have been performed at 1 atmosphere, as a function of temperature and run duration (up to 2 months). Run products include, in addition to melt, the humite-group mineral chondrodite, and enstatite...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1995
European Journal of Mineralogy (1995) 7 (6): 1381–1387.
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1994
European Journal of Mineralogy (1994) 6 (1): 53–65.
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1982
American Mineralogist (1982) 67 (5-6): 545–557.
...J. W. Valley; E. U. Petersen; E. J. Essene; J. R. Bowman Abstract Fluorphlogopites (up to X F = 0.96) and fluortremolites (up to X F = 0.82) have been found in Grenville marbles near Balmat, New York. In these minerals high fluorine contents correlate inversely with iron solid solution, but do...
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1962
American Mineralogist (1962) 47 (9-10): 1195–1201.
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SEM pictures of reaction textures produced by melting of <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span> + ...
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 1. SEM pictures of reaction textures produced by melting of fluorphlogopite + plagioclase at 1 atmosphere: FPh = fluorphlogopite; Pg 0 = residual plagioclase; Pg 1 = newly formed plagioclase; Sp = spinel; L = glass (quenched melt). For (c) and (d) fluorphlogopite originally on top
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Major element distribution obtained on an electron probe traverse across th...
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 4. Major element distribution obtained on an electron probe traverse across the glass layer between fluorphlogopite and plagioclase; T = 1200°C - t = 10 h. Arrows point toward the neighbouring crystal: FPh = fluorphlogopite; Pg = plagioclase.
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1959
American Mineralogist (1959) 44 (1-2): 33–48.
...F. Donald Bloss; Ebraham Shekarchi; H. R. Shell Abstract The hardness of synthetic fluorphlogopite and of two natural muscovites, as measured on (001) by the Knoop indentation method, is definitely anisotropic. In both types of mica, maximum hardness is observed when the long axis...
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Diffusion in amphiboles and micas. Sources for data: Sr – <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span>: ...
Published: 01 January 2010
Figure 12. Diffusion in amphiboles and micas. Sources for data: Sr – fluorphlogopite: Hammouda and Cherniak (2000) ; Rb – biotite: Hofmann and Giletti (1970) ; K – biotite: Hofmann et al. (1974) ; Sr – tremolite, hornblende: Brabander and Giletti (1995) ; OH-F – tremolite: Brabander et al
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Results of the melting experiments on the <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span>-plagioclase pairs...
Published: 01 March 2000
Table 1. Results of the melting experiments on the fluorphlogopite-plagioclase pairs.
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Dissolution pits on the surface of the plagioclase facing <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span> (...
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 2. Dissolution pits on the surface of the plagioclase facing fluorphlogopite ( i.e., plane normal to a * ) seen in transmitted light. (a) large pits are filled by glass and spinel crystals; (b) small dots correspond to dissolution pits. The large dark feature is an ion microprobe crater
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Melt compositions projected on a <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span>-albite-anorthite triangle....
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 6. Melt compositions projected on a fluorphlogopite-albite-anorthite triangle. Open symbols at 1200 and 1250°C are compositions of boundary melts analysed in the samples. Symbols with bars are compositions of melt pockets located inside the plagioclase. Arrows link melts analysed inside
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Unit-cell dimensions as a function of temperature for <span class="search-highlight">fluorphlogopite</span>. Note...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 27. Unit-cell dimensions as a function of temperature for fluorphlogopite. Note the kink in the slopes near 400°C. [Used by permission of the editor of Acta Crystallographica , from Takeda and Morosin (1975) , Fig. 4 , p. 2448].
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Schematic represensation of the melting relationships (a) below and (b) abo...
Published: 01 March 2000
Fig. 5. Schematic represensation of the melting relationships (a) below and (b) above the critical temperature of melting for the system fluorphlogopite-plagioclase. Arrows represent the liquid path at constant temperature with increasing runduration. T s = solidus temperature; bulk = bulk
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1982
American Mineralogist (1982) 67 (5-6): 538–544.
...E. U. Petersen; E. J. Essene; D. R. Peacor Abstract The near end-member minerals fluorphlogopite ( X F = 0.96) and fluortremolite ( X F = 0.82) have been found in Grenville marbles near Balmat, New York. These micas and amphiboles, like other fluorine-rich minerals reported in the literature...
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Electron microprobe analyses of the melts produced during melting of fluorp...
Published: 01 March 2000
Table 2. Electron microprobe analyses of the melts produced during melting of fluorphlogopite + quartz assemblages at 1 atm.
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2013
American Mineralogist (2013) 98 (5-6): 1017–1025.
...Fernando Scordari; Emanuela Schingaro; Gennaro Ventruti; Eugenio Nicotra; Marco Viccaro; Simona Mazziotti Tagliani Abstract Fluorine is an important proxy for magmatic differentiation processes in the shallow parts of volcanic plumbing systems. Fluorphlogopite is one of the more important fluorine...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 December 2000
Economic Geology (2000) 95 (8): 1689–1699.
... that form the vein walls, and perhaps by deeper Archean rocks. The 40 Ar/ 39 Ar age of fluorphlogopite from a calcite-dominant vein is Ž1014 Ma while an ankerite-dominant vein yielded a minimum age of 963 Ma; the latter sample shows partial resetting at 100 to 120 Ma. These ages fall within the bimodal...
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Series: Society of Economic Geologists Guidebook Series
Published: 01 January 2000
DOI: 10.5382/GB.32
EISBN: 9781934969854
...: an older group is characterized by combinations of clinozoisite-epidote, albitic plagioclase, fluorite, chlorite, and Mg-rich biotite; a younger group is characterized by muscovite, fluorite, pyrite, and fluorphlogopite. Scheelite, beryl, sphalerite, and other sulfides accompany these hydrous skarns...
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