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Xiangshan pluton, Funing Co., Qinhuangdao Prefecture, Hebei Province, China

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Alkaline complex with an outcrop area of 220 km2, consisting mainly of arfvedsonite granite and minor alkali feldspar granite.

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14 entries listed. 9 valid minerals.

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- Lingdi Zhou, Deren Li, Zhenhua Zhao, and Yangchuan Wang (1989): Blue asbestos in miarolitic cavities of Xiangshan alkali granite. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 9(3).
- Jinhui Yang, Fuyuan Wu, Wilde, S.A., Fukun Chen, Xiaoming Liu, and Liewen Xie (2008): Petrogenesis of an Alkali Syenite-Granite-Rhyolite Suite in the Yanshan Fold and Thrust Belt, Eastern North China Craton: Geochronological, Geochemical and Nd-Sr-Hf Isotopic Evidence for Lithospheric Thinning. Journal of Petrology 49(2), 315-351.

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