AG  >> Vol. 6 No. 3 (June 2016)

    Advances on Mineral Genesis of Chlorite: A Review

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绿泥石成因矿物学温度计氧逸度和硫逸度Chlorite Mineral Genesis Thermometer Oxygen Fugacity and Sulfide Fugacity



As an important phyllosilicate, chlorite can be found in various geological environments. Its genetic mineralogical characteristics can provide important information for the formation conditions, leading it to be a significant typomorphic mineral. Therefore, the aim of this study is to give a review on some progresses on mineral genesis of chlorite. Finally, we applied viable methods to analyze natural cases of the Tongkuangyu porphyry copper deposit from the Zhongtiao Mountain and Naruo porphyry copper deposit from Tibet. Based on ore mineral assemblages and trapped fluid inclusion data, we would analyze the estimated results of chlorite temperatures, oxygen fugcity and sulfur fugacity to discuss the congruency of formation conditions between chlorite and metallogenesis, and consequently test the reliability and applicability of these methods.

刘燚平, 张少颖, 张华锋. 绿泥石的成因矿物学研究综述[J]. 地球科学前沿, 2016, 6(3): 264-282.


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