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Taibaimiao Mine, Zhen'an Co., Shangluo Prefecture, Shaanxi Province, China

太白庙金矿, 镇安县, 商洛市, 陕西省, 中国

A gold mine.

Mineral List

'Chlorite Group'
var: Sericite

8 entries listed. 6 valid minerals.

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Mantang Hou (2000): Study and application of the thermoelectricity of pyrite of Taibaimiao gold deposit, Zhen'an County, Shaanxi Province. Gold 21(7), 5-9 (in Chinese with English anstract).

Xianlong Xing, Jiawei Wang, and Yangjun Hu (2013): Deep structures and their constraints on gold mineralization in the Zhaodaogou section of the Taibaimiao gold-ore area, southern Shaanxi Province. Northwestern Geology 46(2), 87-92 (in CHinese with English abstract).

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