Orthorhombic lazurite from the Tultui deposit in the Baikal region View Full Text


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2011-12

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E. V. Kaneva, D. I. Cherepanov, L. F. Suvorova, A. N. Sapozhnikov, V. I. Levitsky

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A lazurite sample taken from the Tultui deposits in the Baikal region has been studied using petrographic examination, X-ray diffraction, and local X-ray spectroscopy (electron microprobe). It is established that the line of the basic cell in the X-ray diffraction pattern of the orthorhombic lazurite is widened, so the unit-cell parameters should be recalculated from the interlayer distances of the superstructural reflections. The chemical compositions and unit-cell parameters of the lazurites from the Baikal region and the Pamirs are different. Two schemes of the chemical substitutions of atoms in the mineral are assumed: (1) the hauyne cluster [Na3CaSO4]3+ is replaced with a sodalite cluster [Na4Cl]3+, and (2) two hauyne clusters 2[Na3CaSO4]3+ are substituted by nosean clusters [Na4SO4]+ and [Na4H2O]4+ with retention of the total charge. The increase in the Na and Cl contents in the orthorhombic lazurite is accompanied by a decrease in the unit-cell dimensions. Orthorhombic lazurites from the southern Baikal region and the southwestern Pamirs were formed in apocarbonate (apocalciphyre) metasomatic rocks at a lower temperature than pyroxene, afghanite, and cubic lazurite. More... »

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678-682

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Geology of Ore Deposits

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7

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53

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