Abstract

The magnetic property of the chromite at Shoal Pond, Newfoundland, is not inherent to the chromite, as formerly reported, but is caused by the presence of many tiny intersecting veinlets of magnetite within some of the chromite grains. Somewhat similar textures have been reported in Europe, but only one similar phenomenon has been described in North America.

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