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Ayoubulake pegmatite field, Fuyun Co. (Koktokay Co.), Aletai Prefecture (Altay Prefecture), Yili Hasake Autonomous Prefecture (Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture), Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China

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Muscovite pegmatite field, consisting of 34 muscovite pegmatite veins that range from 15 to 490 m long, extend several tens of meters downdip, and range from 0.5 to 15 m thick. Muscovite and quartz occur as masses, mainly in intermediate-coarse grained pegmatite. The host rocks are Ordovician staurolite schist, sillimanite schist, gneiss and Hercynian biotite granite. An associated alteration zone is about 1 m wide and consists of muscovite, biotite and toumaline.


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China
  • Xinjiang Autonomous Region
    • Yili Hasake Autonomous Prefecture (Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture)

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References

- Yanling Tang (2005): Non-metallic deposits of Xinjiang, China [Zhongguo Xinjiang Fei Jinshu Kuangchuang]. Geological Publishing House (Beijing), 289 pp. (in Chinese)

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