Russian Mineralogical Society
XI RMS General Meeting “Modern mineralogy: from theory to practice” combined with the Fedorov Session 2010
Mineralogical and genetic peculiarities of the greisen wolframite deposit Sargardon (Uzbekistan)

RMS-DPI code:  2010-1-66-0
Scientific session:  M2. Minerals as indicators of ore- and rock formation.
Author listing:  Dunun-Barkovskaya E.A.
Principal author:  Dunun-Barkovskaya Eleonora Ashotovna
Language:  Russian
Abstract - Summary 
(short description):
Quartz-sulphide-wolframite veins are located in the intrusion of granite-porphyrs C3 and genetic are connected with more deep-seated rare-metal leucocratic granites P1. The veins are accompanied by greisens, consisting of zinnwaldite, quartz, feldspar, topaz, sericite, fluorite, caronates Fe-Mn-Ca. Leading (paragenetic) mineral associations of the veins are: quartz-cassiterite- wolframite with triplite, zinnwaldite (T of homogeneousness of quartz is 275-330ºŃ) and quartz-carbonate-sulphide with sphalerite, chalcopyrite, galenite, bismuthine and others (T of homogeneousness of quartz is 200-240ºŃ). The composition of fluids of gas-liquid inclusions is sodium-calcium-chloride-carbonic acid. The formation minerals of intermediate composition in isomorphic series of group zinnwaldite, hubnerite-ferberite, sulfo-stannates Cu and Zn is typical. By isotope data the lead of galenite has Cambrian age, sulphur of sulphides is not mantle (δ 34S – 5,6 ‰), O and C of vein carbonates are magmatic origin (δ 13C – 4,3 and 3,1 ‰, δ 18O – 4,7 and 7,8 ‰)
Date of presentation:  12/10/2010
Time of presentation:  17:00
Presentation Place:  Mining University, Hall 1164
RMS-DPI code:  2010-1-66-0
Proceeedings volume 
in the RMS catalogue:
Modern mineralogy: from theory to practice
Pages:  179-180
File of proceedings 
 263 K
Status:  printed
Recieved:  20/05/2010
Accepted:  14/07/2010
Published on-line:  21/11/2010
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Contact author(s):  Dunun-Barkovskaya, Eleonora Ashotovna

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