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Peralkaline syenite

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A syenite containing alkali amphibole or pyroxene.


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Classification of Peralkaline syeniteHide

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Mineralogy of Peralkaline syeniteHide

Essential minerals - these are minerals that are required within the classification of this rock:
Feldspar > Alkali FeldsparFeldspar Group minerals rich in Potassium or Sodium.
Non-essential minerals - these minerals are common, sometimes major components, but are not always present:
Alkali amphiboleA petrological term for alkali rich amphiboles.
PyroxeneA petrological term for Pyroxene Group.

Age informationHide

Age range:
Late Cretaceous : 87.1 Ma to 78.7 Ma - based on data given below.
Sample ages:
Sample IDRecorded ageGeologic TimeDating method
187.1 to 78.7 MaLate CretaceousK-Ar
Sample references:
IDLocalityReference
1Catalão I carbonatite complex, Goiás, BrazilOrris, G. J., Grauch, R. I. (2002) Rare Earth element mines, deposits, and occurenes. USGS Open-File Report 02-189, 1-174.

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