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Aeromagnetics, geology and ore environments, I. Magnetite ...

1985-9-1  MAGNETITE IN METAMORPHIC ROCKS Primary controls Magnetite is produced by the breakdown of (Fe, Mg) silicates at all levels of regional metamorphism. The two most important determinants of how much secondary magnetite can form during metamorphism are total iron content and oxidation state. The first fixes an upper limit on the potential ...

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Magnetite – Virtual Museum of Molecules and Minerals

2021-8-6  Metamorphic rocks derived from ferruginous sediments in regional and contact metamorphism commonly yield magnetite with hematite and other iron-hydroxides, as occurs in the Mesabi Iron Range in northern Minnesota where it is the major component of the taconite ores mined there.

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Magnetite Ore, Magnetite Iron Ore, Iron Ore Mining Process

Magnetite ore often occurs in metamorphic rocks, which formed from ferruginous sediments in both regional and contact metamorphic settings. It is commonly formed by the reduction of hematite and ferric hydroxide minerals in these rocks. Banded Precambrian iron formations commonly contain magnetite ore.

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A Description of Magnetite - Rocks And Minerals 4 U

The chemical formula is Fe 3 O 4, commonly called ferrous-ferric oxide, and is valuable as an iron ore. The occurrence of magnetite is widespread. It is commonly found in igneous, and metamorphic rocks. Some sedimentary rocks have magnetite present in

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Magnetic susceptibilities of rocks of the Antarctic ...

2013-2-11  1. Introduction. Magnetic susceptibility in rocks is a direct indicator of the amount of magnetite (a strongly magnetic metastable mineral) and thus provides a useful measure of the redox state of magmatic arcs and associated metamorphic domains (e.g. Clark, 1997, Frost, 1991b, Frost, 1991c).Combined with interpretation of aeromagnetic data, magnetic susceptibility has revealed much

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Aeromagnetics, geology and ore environments, I. Magnetite ...

The magnetite-producing capacity of a rock during metamorphism is determined by attributes which are largely inherited from the premetamorphic state, of which the most important are total iron content, oxidation state, and degree of silica saturation. Other influencing factors include magnesium, aluminum and carbon content.

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Trace elemental modification in magnetite from high-grade ...

2019-9-1  Compared with unmetamorphosed magnetite, the high-grade metamorphic magnetite in the BIFs of the southern North China Craton has elevated Al, Ti and Mn. Such a change of magnetite compositions is mainly controlled by coexisting Fe-Mg silicates that

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MAGNETITE-HEMATITE IRON ORE OCCURRENCES IN THE

composed of metamorphic rocks, Paleozoic and Triassic in age. Paraschists dominate and are represented by grey-wackes, subgraywackes, metasiltstones, crystalline lime-stones and dolomites, slates, phyllites, quartzites, marbles, and cipolins (Šikić et al., 1979, Basch, 1983, 1995). In the paraschists, especially in carbonate rocks,

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Metamorphism - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

2021-8-2  Metamorphism can have a profound effect on magnetic properties of sedimentary and igneous rocks, and a proper magnetic interpretation should take into account metamorphic grade and its possible variation across a study area.

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Metamorphic Rock: Magnetite muscovite schist

Muscovite schist (metamorphosed Harpers Formation?) from Throroughfare Gap / Bull Run Mountain, Virginia, bearing euhedral porphyroblasts of magnetite. Sample measures 8.5 by 2.5 cm. Image made as part of the MAGIC project (Mid-Atlantic Geo-Imagery Collection) using Northern Virginia Community College's gigamacro rig, as seen here: http ...

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Microstructural characterization of metamorphic magnetite ...

The microstructures of magnetite crystals in three samples from a single outcrop of granulitefacies marble were characterized by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to determine how exsolution history can affect physical properties and mineral reactivity during retrograde metamorphism. The microstructure of sample 90LP9 consists of dislocations, dislocation arrays (with dislocation spacings ...

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(PDF) Magnetite, ilmenite and ulvite in rocks and ore ...

Although natural ilmenite from igneous and metamorphic rocks often contains magnetite exsolution [12,[54] [55] [56][57][58][59][60], their origin remains controversial because magnetite with a ...

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The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of some igneous ...

The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of some basic igneous and metamorphic rocks has been found to be due to the preferred orientation of the long axes of grains of magnetite. The degree of anisotropy is in a few samples as great as 40 per cent but usually is less than 10 per cent.

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What is Magnetite? (with pictures) - Info Bloom

Magnetite was used by ancient civilizations to magnetize compass needles. This mineral occurs in nearly all igneous and metamorphic rocks, though usually only in small particles or in a solution with other minerals. Some beaches, often called black sand beaches, have heavy magnetite

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Geochemistry of Magnetite from Hydrothermal Ore Deposits ...

2012-9-1  Factor 2 is most pronounced in magnetite from the burial metamorphic host rocks and the sediment-hosted Cu-Ag deposits. Furthermore, factor 2 indicates that Ga, Zn, and Cr concentrations are lower on average in hydrothermal and host-rock magnetite from the Coeur d’Alene district. Factor 3 divides igneous magnetite from other magnetite ...

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MAGNETITE-HEMATITE IRON ORE OCCURRENCES IN THE

composed of metamorphic rocks, Paleozoic and Triassic in age. Paraschists dominate and are represented by grey-wackes, subgraywackes, metasiltstones, crystalline lime-stones and dolomites, slates, phyllites, quartzites, marbles, and cipolins (Šikić et al., 1979, Basch, 1983, 1995). In the paraschists, especially in carbonate rocks,

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Electrical Properties of Magnetite- and Hematite-Rich ...

2019-3-22  Magnetite and hematite are common iron-oxides, being found in sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous environments and being associated with a wide variety of deposits styles, including orogenic gold, iron-oxide copper-gold and iron-ore deposits. While the magnetic and mass properties of

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(PDF) Timescales of magmatism and metamorphism in the ...

magnetite-rich layering in the contact aureole rocks at Lough Fee and Creggauns is a primary feature of the protolith, i.e. heavy mineral seams, an interpretation that is supported by the presence

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Metamorphic Rock Types: Pictures and Descriptions

2019-5-10  Metamorphic rocks are an important topic in geology. These are the rocks that form by the effects of heat, pressure, and shear upon igneous and sedimentary rocks. Some form during mountain-building by forces of others from the heat of

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Microstructural characterization of metamorphic magnetite ...

The microstructures of magnetite crystals in three samples from a single outcrop of granulitefacies marble were characterized by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to determine how exsolution history can affect physical properties and mineral reactivity during retrograde metamorphism. The microstructure of sample 90LP9 consists of dislocations, dislocation arrays (with dislocation spacings ...

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(PDF) Magnetite, ilmenite and ulvite in rocks and ore ...

Although natural ilmenite from igneous and metamorphic rocks often contains magnetite exsolution [12,[54] [55] [56][57][58][59][60], their origin remains controversial because magnetite with a ...

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ALEX STREKEISEN-Magnetite-

Magnetite is one of the most ubiquitous of all minerals, appears in a vast variety of igneous rocks, metamorphic and sedimentary. All plutonic rocks contain magnetite as highly disseminated accessory crystals, it may be also concentrated by crystal fractionation to form the major or only constituent of large rock masses, like in the Bushveld ...

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METAMORPHIC-HYDROTHERMAL REE MINERALS IN THE

2013-3-1  rEE MinErals in tHE BacúcH MagnEtitE DEPosit, slovaKia 83 Fig.1. Simplified geological sketch-map of Slovakia (A) and Bacúch surroundings (B) (modified after Biely et al. 1992). Symbols: 1–3 Paleozoic metamorphic rocks (Hron complex, Jánov Grúň formation): phyllites micaschists, metarhyolites,

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What is Magnetite? (with pictures) - Info Bloom

Magnetite was used by ancient civilizations to magnetize compass needles. This mineral occurs in nearly all igneous and metamorphic rocks, though usually only in small particles or in a solution with other minerals. Some beaches, often called black sand beaches, have heavy magnetite

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(PDF) Metamorphic-hydrothermal REE minerals in the

In metamorphic rocks, specific REE minerals originated as a consequence of parental rock protolith, e.g. REE-V-Cr members of epidote group (REE-rich mukhinite, V-Crdissakisite) inmetabasic rocks ...

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Geochemistry of Magnetite from Hydrothermal Ore Deposits ...

2012-9-1  Factor 2 is most pronounced in magnetite from the burial metamorphic host rocks and the sediment-hosted Cu-Ag deposits. Furthermore, factor 2 indicates that Ga, Zn, and Cr concentrations are lower on average in hydrothermal and host-rock magnetite from the Coeur d’Alene district. Factor 3 divides igneous magnetite from other magnetite ...

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Electrical Properties of Magnetite- and Hematite-Rich ...

2019-3-22  Magnetite and hematite are common iron-oxides, being found in sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous environments and being associated with a wide variety of deposits styles, including orogenic gold, iron-oxide copper-gold and iron-ore deposits. While the magnetic and mass properties of

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Basics--Metamorphic Rocks Table

2013-5-31  Metamorphic rocks form from pre-existing rocks ("parent rocks") due to changes in either temperature, pressure, or volatiles within the earth, often by a combination of all three. Volatiles are those chemical substances, including water and carbon dioxide, that easily turn into gas or fluid and are mobile enough to move in and out of solid rock ...

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(PDF) Timescales of magmatism and metamorphism in the ...

magnetite-rich layering in the contact aureole rocks at Lough Fee and Creggauns is a primary feature of the protolith, i.e. heavy mineral seams, an interpretation that is supported by the presence

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