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G. Amthauer 2009 A multi-analytical study of the crystal structure of unusual Ti-Zr-Cr-rich andradite from the Maronia skarn, Rhodope massif, western Thrace, Greece

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559 564 Effenberger, H., K. Mereiter, J. Zemann 1981: Crystal structure refinements of magnesite, rhodochrosite, siderite, smithsonite, and dolomite, with discussion of some

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indispensable in the studies of diagenetic and anchimetamorphic systems, as well as in the investigation of (ore-forming) hydrothermal systems. Clay mineral assemblages and the crystal structure (ordering, crystallinity, polytypism) of the individual clay

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Central European Geology
Authors: Máté Zsigmond Leskó, Richárd Zoltán Papp, Ferenc Kristály, József Pálfy, and Norbert Zajzon

composition analysis Rietveld refinement was used, which was performed using TOPAS4 software with empirical instrument parameterization on the NIST SRM640d Si standard; crystal structure data for calculations were obtained from the AMCSD [22] database

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Central European Geology
Authors: Máté Zsigmond Leskó, Richárd Zoltán Papp, Boglárka Anna Topa, Ferenc Kristály, Tamás Vigh, and Norbert Zajzon

: X-ray Identification and Crystal Structure of Clay Minerals . – Mineralogical Society of London , London , 544 p. Brunton , G. 1955 : Vapour pressure

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iron content, where we do not count for the presence of lithium or vacancies in the Y-site and oxygen in the V- and W-sites. Boron was assumed to be present with a value of 3 apfu, because crystal structure refinements and bond valence calculations

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was present in the quartz lattice before deformation, was liberated from the crystal structure ( Zhou et al. 2008 ). Thus, in regions where quartz-suffered intensive ductile deformation (in the core part of the shear zone), the grains are partly

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Central European Geology
Authors: Ildikó Gyollai, Ákos Kereszturi, Zsolt Kereszty, Máté Szabó, and Elias Chatzitheodoridis

shocked pyroxenes because of incorporation into the crystal structure due to high shock temperature above 1,100 °C. Resorbed features were characteristic only in melt pockets together with mosaicism and lamellar microstructure (15 GPa/1,000 °C in

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