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Taolin Zn-Pb-fluorite deposit, People's Republic of China: an example of some problems in fluid inclusion research on mineral deposits.

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Abstract

The ore in this large Zn-Pb-fluorite deposit in NE Hunan Province occurs as open space-filling in a major fault zone between granite and metasedimentary rocks. Following barren, pre-ore quartz, three stages of ore deposition are recognized. Studies on 400 fluid inclusions from all four stages show homogenization T of 120-200oC (av. approx 160o) and salinities of 0-14 wt.% equiv. NaCl (av. 7.7) . These results differ considerably from some previously published sulphur isotopic T (221-344oC), and data for five inclusions that are more saline (9.0-7.7 wt.% equiv. NaCl) and hotter (up to 345oC) (M.A. 85M/2835, 87M/0888).-R.A.H.

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Title:
Taolin Zn-Pb-fluorite deposit, People's Republic of China: an example of some problems in fluid inclusion research on mineral deposits.
Series title:
Journal of the Geological Society
Volume
145
Issue:
1
Year Published:
1988
Language:
English
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Article
Larger Work Subtype:
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Larger Work Title:
Journal of the Geological Society
First page:
163
Last page:
174