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Zhaojinggou Nb-Ta deposit, Wuchuan Co., Hohhot League (Huhehaote Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 赵井沟铌钽矿, 武川县, 呼和浩特市, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
Alkaline feldspar granitoid complex (consisting mainly of alkaline feldspar granite, alkaline feldspar granite pegmatite and alkaline feldspar aplite) with an outcrop area of 0.05 km2, emplaced in a sequence of Middle Carboniferous meta-sedimentary rocks. Niobium-tantalum mineralization occurs within the intrusive as veinlets and disseminated blocks. The ore minerals occur as impregnations, fine grains and thin films.

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Fengjun Nie, Fengxiang Wang, Yu'an Zhao, Yan Sun, and Hua Chai (2013): Geological features and origin of Zhaojinggou Nb-Ta deposit in Wuchuan County, Inner Mongolia. Mineral Deposits 32(4), 730-743 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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