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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.

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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