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This deposit (Dorofeev and others, 1979) consists of piezoquartz quartzite in high-alumina gneiss and mafic schist. The rock crystal deposits tend to occur at rupture intersections, and in fold flexures and periclines. They form single veins that range from 0.5 to 2 m thick and 20 to 30 m long, and veins that range from 1 to 30 m thick with an average of 5 to 15 m, and lengths of a few tens of meters to 400 m, with an average of 100 to 200 m. Most important are pipe veins and stockworks that are a few tens of meters across
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