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Dazhuangke Mo-W deposit, Changping District, Beijing Municipality, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 大庄科钼矿, 昌平区, 北京市, 中国
Porphyry Mo-(W-Sn-Bi) deposit, consisting of veins and stockworks in explosive breccia pipes. The main part of the deposit occurs in a pipe that is 350 to 400 m long and 40 to 90 m thick. The ore minerals occur as disseminations and in veinlets. The host rocks exhibit K feldspar, biotitie, silica, pyrite, beresite, zeolite, and propylite alterations. The deposit is related to Jurassic quartz diorite and quartz monzonite (K-Ar isotopic age: 146-168 Ma) and is controlled by EW-trending fault zones.

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Shubo Liu, Chao Li, Kuang Cen, and Wenjun Qu (2012): Re-Os dating for molybdenite-bearing rock samples: Application in Dazhuangke molybdenum deposit in Beijing. Geoscience 26(2), 254-260 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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