Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites.

P. Cerny, Donald Burt

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Abstract

This chapter is a review of selected important papers which represent the current understanding of granite pegmatites. The micas are the third most important group after feldspars and quartz. This paper provides a general review of the mica parageneses and polytypic relationships in different classes and types of pegmatites. Their geochemical evolution is also covered.-K.A.R.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMicas
EditorsS.W. Bailey
PublisherReviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America
Pages257-297
Number of pages41
StatePublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Cerny, P., & Burt, D. (1984). Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites. In S. W. Bailey (Ed.), Micas (pp. 257-297). Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America.

Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites. / Cerny, P.; Burt, Donald.

Micas. ed. / S.W. Bailey. Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America, 1984. p. 257-297.

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Cerny, P & Burt, D 1984, Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites. in SW Bailey (ed.), Micas. Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America, pp. 257-297.
Cerny P, Burt D. Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites. In Bailey SW, editor, Micas. Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America. 1984. p. 257-297
Cerny, P. ; Burt, Donald. / Paragenesis, crystallochemical characteristics, and geochemical evolution in micas in granite pegmatites. Micas. editor / S.W. Bailey. Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 13, Min. Soc. America, 1984. pp. 257-297
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