Irber, W.: 1999, The lanthanide tetrad effect and its correlation with K/Rb, Eu/Eu*, Sr/Eu, Y/Ho, and Zr/Hf of evolving peraluminous
Abdel-Rahman AFM (2001) Peraluminous
plutonism: nature and origin of the Moly May leucogranite and its Coast Plutonic Complex granitic host-rocks, northwestern British Columbia.
granitoids formed by crustal melting are also common.
All four of the dated samples fall in the peraluminous
Analysis revealed that these rocks have high K calc-alkaline affinity, whereas high alumina to silica ratio in these rocks infers them to be metaluminous to peraluminous
. Quartzofeldspathic veins and sulfide mineralization zones within the Chakdara granite gneisses have economically low concentration of Au, Ag and base metals.
Mafic microgranular enclaves (MMEs) are common in metaluminous to peraluminous
granitoid plutons (Cantagrel et al.
(1999): Mafic precursors, peraluminous
granitoids, and late lamprophyres in the Avila batholith, A model for the generation of Variscan batholiths in Iberia.
Nature of biotites from alkaline, calc-alkaline, and peraluminous