The REE and trace element analyses were conducted on 17 samples from the ores and wall rocks
of the Bojitian gold deposit (Table 7).
To joint with wall rock
made of nonuniformly distributed fine grains or coarse grains or joint with discontinuous and nonuniform stress propagation during the course of formation, its microcosmic roughness is always rough.
In addition, the fabric in the wall rock
records peak metamorphic conditions of ca.
Zheng, "Calculation discussion about safety factor of unlined loess tunnel wall rock
structure under earthquake," Rock and Soil Mechanics, vol.
Three fundamental properties influence the rate at which arc magma ascends: i) magma is less dense than the wall rocks
and is, therefore, buoyant, ii) a magma with lower viscosity rises with greater ease than a more viscous magma (therefore, mafic magma generally rises more readily than felsic magma, which is likely to be trapped in magma chambers where it cools to form a pluton), and iii) magma rises more rapidly in an extensional environment than in a compressional setting because widening fractures create space for rising magma to exploit.
Early-stage white muscovite and fluorite (commonly looks orange on mine walls, but is actually light green when removed and cleaned) contain pyrite; these minerals grade from wall rock
replacement into open-space filling along vein walls.
Drill collars were located outside of the breccia pipe within the wall rock
that hosts the breccia.
These experiments aim to help people understand the processes involved when crustal rocks are melted by hot magma coming from deeper within the earth, as well as how crystals in a boundary layer influence melt rates of the wall rock
and nature of mixing of the melt with the warm environment.
The hanging wall rock
to a depth of approximately 3 m is intensely jointed having a fracture frequency greater than 4 per metre.