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- adj. Containing or characteristic of pegmatite
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, pegmatite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of, characteristic of, or resembling pegmatite.
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Gold mineralization at Mineral Ridge and the adjacent areas is hosted by localized pegmatitic alaskite and accessory quartz veins that exist near a granite-metasediment contact.
Several meter thick pegmatitic granite dykes hosting uraninite, uranophane and apatite were also observed by IOS geologists.
All three mineralogical forms of sodium carbonate, as well as sodium carbonate bicarbonate, trona, are also known from ultra-alkaline pegmatitic rocks, i.e. from the Kola Peninsula. sodium bicarbonate carbonate (Na3HCO3CO3·2H2O), is mined in several areas of the
By contrast, Dotson Ridge is characterized by steeply dipping pegmatitic and aplitic dikes variably mineralized with REE minerals including kainosite, xenotime, allanite, bastnaesite, thalenite, synchisite, and fergusonite.
Various pegmatitic veins intrude the main northwest-trending mineralized shear zone, 20 to 50 meters wide and at least 800 meters long, carrying molybdenite, minor chalcopyrite, and pyrite.
The ore is a system of wide lithium-bearing pegmatitic granite dikes with a historic resource of 15 million tonnes at a grade of 1. 14% Li2O calculated down to the 150 m level.