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A metamorphosed tonalite.

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Classification of MetatonaliteHide

Chemical AnalysisHide

Oxide wt%:
SiO270.26 %
Al2O313.64 %
TiO20.32 %
Fe2O34.90 %
MgO1.13 %
CaO4.90 %
Na2O3.85 %
K2O0.07 %
MnO0.05 %
P2O50.13 %
Total:99.25 %
Sample references:
1Lyngen, Troms, NorwayOliver, G. J. H., & Krogh, T. E. (1995). U-Pb zircon age of 469 5 Ma for a metatonalite from the Kjosen Unit of the Lyngen Magmatic Complex northern Norway. NORGES GEOLOGISKE UNDERSOKELSE, 428, 27-32.

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