The rare earth element contents and the origin of the sparry magnesite mineralizations of Tux-Lanersbach, Entachen Alm, Spiessnagel, and Hochfilzen, Austria, and the lacustrine magnesite deposits of Aiani-Kozani, Greece, and Bela Stena, Yugoslavia.

G. Morteani, P. Moller, F. Schley

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Abstract

The rare earth element distribution patterns of magnesite and dolomite samples from the magnesite mineralizations of Tux-Lanersbach (Innsbruck quartz phyllite), Entachen Alm, Spiessnagel, and Hochfilzen (graywacke zone) have been determined by neutron activation spectrometry. The finely dispersed magnesite in the dolomitic country rock shows rather flat rare earth element patterns. The magnesite and dolomite from veins exhibit extremely low light rare earth element contents. This feature is attributed to long-range mobilization of magnesite. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)617-631
Number of pages15
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume77
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 1982
Externally publishedYes

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