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Several layered pegmatite-aplite intrusives exposed at the Little Three mine, Ramona, display closely associated fine-grained to giant-textured mineral assemblages which are believed to have co-evolved from a hydrous aluminosilicate residual melt with an exsolved supercritical vapour phase. Calculations of phase relations between the major pegmatite-aplite mineral assemblages and supercritical aqueous fluid were made, assuming equilibrium and closed-system behaviour as a first-order model.-J.A.Z.
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Mineralogy and geochemical evolution of the Little Three pegmatite-aplite layered intrusive, Ramona, California.