Rare earth elements in supergene phosphorites View Full Text


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2009-03-28

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Yu. N. Zanin, A. G. Zamirailova

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An analysis of rare earth elements in various types of supergene phosphorites established the following sequence of increasing average total contents (ppm): phosphorite from Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean, 3.89; spelean coprolitic phosphorite, 21.98; phosphorite from the weathering zone of sedimentary rocks, 27.41; phosphorite from the weathering zone of endogenous rocks, 372.32; and lacustrine coprolitic phosphorite, 461.59. Supergene phosphorites, especially the most common among them from the weathering zone of sedimentary rocks, are significantly depleted relative to marine phosphorites both in average and maximum REE contents. The REE contents of supergene phosphorites are controlled by several factors, including the REE contents in the primary rocks affected by weathering, the physicochemical conditions of phosphorite formation, the presence of a biogenic component in the phosphatogenetic system, and the structural type of the phosphorites. There is a strong positive correlation within the group of light and, in part, middle REEs (La, Ce, Nd, Sm, and Eu) and between the heavy REEs Yb and Lu, whereas the correlation between these two groups is weaker or insignificant. Gd and Tb are well correlated with the elements of both groups. More... »

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282

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2007-08. Trace elements in supergene phosphorites in GEOCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
  • 2007-01. Uranium in supergene phosphorites in GEOCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
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