Abstract

"Coastal exposures of the Langkawi islands of Malaya display an abundant development of hypothermal dikes cutting the granite batholith. These dikes have been responsible for wide zones of tourmalinization and greisenization of the granite on a spectacular scale. Attention is drawn to the significance of the combined hydrothermal and metasomatic processes in the primary origin of the Malayan tin."

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