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Origin Of Biotite-hornblende-garnet Coronas Between Oxides And Plagioclase In Olivine Metagabbros, Adirondack Region, New York

P. R. Whitney, J. Mclelland
Published 1983 · Geology

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AbstractComplex multivariant reactions involving Fe-Ti oxide minerals, plagioclase and olivine have produced coronas of biotite, hornblende and garnet between ilmenite and plagioclase in Adirondack olivine metagabbros. Both the biotite (6–10% TiO2) and the hornblende (3–6% TiO2) are exceptionally Titanium-rich. The garnet is nearly identical in composition to the garnet in coronas around olivine in the same rocks.The coronas form in two stages:(a)Plagioclase+Fe-Ti Oxides+Olivine+water =Hornblende+Spinel+Orthopyroxene±Biotite +more-sodic Plagioclase(b)Hornblende+Orthopyroxene±Spinel+Plagioclase =Garnet+Clinopyroxene+more-sodic Plagioclase The Orthopyroxene and part of the clinopyroxene form adjacent to olivine. Both reactions are linked by exchange of Mg2+ and Fe2+ with the reactions forming pyroxene and garnet coronas around olivine in the same rocks. The reactions occur under granulite fades metamorphic conditions, either during isobaric cooling or with increasing pressure at high temperature.



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