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Carbonatite Geochemistry

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The geochemistry of carbonatites revisited: Two major types of
Author(s) 2009. The geochemistry of carbonatites revisited: Two major types of continental carbonatites and their trace-element signatures. A.
416 A REVIEW OF THE CARBONATITIC MAGMATISM IN THE
believed to have generated the PAN carbonatites.
Geochemistry and Mantle Source(s) for Carbonatitic and Potassic
origin and evolution of the carbonatites and potassic volcanics based on new geochemical data obtained for samples from the various volcanic fields.
Marbles with carbonatite-like geochemical signature from variegated
Geochemistry of carbonatites in Maoniuping REE deposit, Sichuan
Keywords: carbonatite, geochemistry, EM1-EM2, Maoniuping REE deposit. Carbonatites are rarely igneous rocks distributed on the earth.

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Carbonatite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
High-field-strength elements in carbonatitic rocks: Geochemistry
The HFSE geochemistry of carbonatites en masse is not consistent with their derivation from a hypothetical carbonate-rich alkali-ultramafic (e.g.
The geochemistry of carbonatites revisited: Two major types of
Author(s) 2009. The geochemistry of carbonatites revisited: Two major types of continental carbonatites and their trace-element signatures. A.
Isotope and Trace Element Geochemistry of Cretaceous
Carbonatite carbonate geochemistry I (FRANCESCO, G.M.
Lithos 85 (2005) 26 – 47 www.elsevier.com/locate/lithos Geochemistry of carbonatite–silicate pairs in nature: A case history from Central Italy F.

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