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Beilekuduke Sn deposit (Beierkuduke Sn deposit; Be'erkuduke Sn deposit), Qitai Co. (Gucheng Co.; Guqung Co.), Changji Autonomous Prefecture (Sanji Autonomous Prefecture), Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China

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List of minerals arranged by Strunz 10th Edition classification
Group 4 - Oxides and Hydroxides
Group 9 - Silicates

3 entries listed. 3 valid minerals.


Yuping Su, Hongfeng Tang, Sylvester, P.J., Congqiang Liu, Wenjun Qu, Guangshun Hou, and Feng Cong (2007): Petrogenesis of Karamaili alkaline A-type granites from East Junggar, Xinjiang (NW China) and their relationship with tin mineralization. Geochemical Journal 41, 341-357.

Fuquan Yang, Jingwen Mao, and Shenghao Yan (2008): Ore-forming Age and Ore-formation of the Beilekuduke tin deposit in East Junggar, Xinjiang. Geological Review 54(5), 626-640.

Chen Xuanhua, Qu Wenjun, Han Shuqin, Seitmuratova, E., Yang Nong, Chen Zhengle, Zeng Fagang, Du Andao, and Wang Zhihong (2010): Re-Os geochronology of Cu and W–Mo deposits in the Balkhash metallogenic belt, Kazakhstan and its geological significance. Geoscience Frontiers 1(1), 115-124.

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