Abstract

The pegmatoids of Sagnette (Cantal, France) represent an ultimate stage in magmatic differentiation. They occur in the uppermost zone of a basanite sill as veins and stringers of leucocratic rocks, characterized by a gabbroic facies. Alkalinity and acidity values are higher than those of adjacent basanites. The rocks are intermediate between theralites and essexites.

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