Abstract

Concludes that structural features and zonal distribution of such minerals as mica, magnetite, columbite, and beryl in a zoned pegmatite dike in gneiss of the Odara area, Travancore, India, can be attributed to progressive crystallization of a pegmatitic magma, and that there is no evidence of hydrothermal replacement.

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