granite pegmatite

granite pegmatite

[′gran·ət ′peg·mə‚tīt]
(petrology)
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Beryl in the Horseranch Range occurs as euhedral crystals embedded in granite pegmatite dykes that cross-cut high-grade metamorphic gneiss.
At the B-Q claims, beryl occurs with dark red garnet, smoky quartz, and black tourmaline in miarolitic cavities in a granite pegmatite dykes that cuts across the foliation of a high-grade metamorphic gneiss (Wilson, 1997).
The major, minor, and trace element compositions of amphibolite, hornblende gneiss, schist, and granite pegmatite are given in Table 2.

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