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examination of some rare minerals from the nepheline syenites of south west Greenland

Marianne DanГё

examination of some rare minerals from the nepheline syenites of south west Greenland

by Marianne DanГё

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Published by C. A. Reitzel in Kobenhavn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greenland.
    • Subjects:
    • Mineralogy -- Greenland.,
    • Nepheline syenite.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [34]-35.

      Statementby Marianne Danø and Henning Sørensen.
      SeriesMeddelelser om Grønland, udg. af Kommissionen fir videnskabelige undersøgelser i Grønland, bd., bd. 162, nr. 5, Meddelelser om Grønland ;, bd. 162, nr. 5.
      ContributionsSørensen, Henning, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ115 .D39 bd. 162, nr. 5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination35 p.
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL216723M
      LC Control Numbera 59007682
      OCLC/WorldCa11905189

      Economy in West study guide by kayleeasmith includes 4 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.   A nepheline syenite inclusion found in an ignimbritic sequence from Tenerife has revealed a variety of minerals which indicate the strongly peralkaline nature of the rock. The major mineral, alkali feldspar, encloses earlier crystallized biotite, Mn-rich magnetite, sphene and perovskite. The late-crystallizing minerals in the interstices include clinopyroxene (aegirine-augite to titanian Cited by:

        Abstract. The Ilímaussaq complex in South Greenland is a well-studied multiphase alkaline to peralkaline intrusion of MesoProterozoic age. Most of the Ilímaussaq rocks are extremely enriched in alkalis, iron, halogens, high-field-strength elements (HFSE) and other rare elements, forming one of the most differentiated peralkaline rock suites by: "Rare Earth" is based on current shortages of critical elements from the Lanthanide series of the periodic table. A number of applications for these rare earth elements are mentioned in the book, although there are others that are not mentioned. The book details an illegal search for rare earth elements in Canada by a foreign geologist/5(3).

      Agpaitic nepheline syenites at the Norra Kärr Alkaline Complex, southern Sweden, are rich in zirconium and rare-earth elements (REE), which are mainly accommodated in eudialyte-group minerals (EGM). Norra Kärr hosts three compositionally distinct groups of EGM, which are complex zirconosilicates. Analyses of EGM by electron beam energy-dispersive (SEM-EDS) and wavelength-dispersive (WDS Cited by: • Potential of nepheline syenites as K sources noted by Goldschmidt in (Ciceri et al. ). • Malawi has numerous intrusions which could be useful. Therefore, applied gamma-ray spectrometry and remote sensing techniques to delineate nepheline syenites in rift tectonics. Alternative potash sourcesFile Size: 3MB.


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Examination of some rare minerals from the nepheline syenites of south west Greenland by Marianne DanГё Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geochemistry and REE minerals of nepheline syenites from the Motzfeldt Centre, South Greenland American Mineralogist, Vol pagessphene.

Electron probe analyses including the REE in sev-eral of these minerals are reported and discussed. The Motdeldt Centre is especially interesting because a. Nepheline, the most common feldspathoid mineral, an aluminosilicate of sodium and potassium [(Na,K)AlSiO4].

It is sometimes used as a substitute for feldspars in the manufacture of glass and ceramics. Nepheline is the characteristic mineral of alkaline plutonic rocks, particularly nepheline. The feldspar in nepheline syenite may be cryptoperthite or, rarely, a mixture of albite and ine is sometimes wholly or partly replaced by sodalite or commonest dark silicate is green pyroxene; and alkaline amphibole (green, brown, or blue) is also abundant.

In some areas pyroxene is virtually absent, and it is replaced by a mixture of hornblende and biotite. Mn and Ca enriched olivines from nepheline syenites of the South Q6roq Centre, south Greenland D. STEPHENSON LITHOS Stephenson, D. Mn and Ca enriched ofivines from nepheline syenites of the South Q6roq Centre, south Greenland.

Lithos 7, Cited by: Type of rock found in alkaline igneous rock composed primarily of Nepheline and alkali feldspar (i.e. feldspars rich in potassium and sodium). Other alkali minerals are often present as well.

Nepheline syenite is sometimes intruded by a pegmatite, and these. Secher, K and Larsen, L M. Geology and mineralogy of the Sarfartôq carbonatite complex, southern West Greenland.

Lit – Sørensen, H. (ed.) The Ilímaussaq alkaline complex, South Greenland: status of mineralogical research with new results. Geology of Greenland Survey Bulletin pp. Sørensen, L L and Kalvig.

The Ilímaussaq complex in South Greenland is a well-studied multiphase alkaline to peralkaline intrusion of MesoProterozoic age. Most of the Ilímaussaq rocks are extremely enriched in alkalis.

Another nepheline syenite agpaitic intrusion has made Narssarsuk unique, but a later carbonatite intrusion recrystallized much of the rock and produced some even more unique minerals. This site is the type locality for many rare earth minerals, especially the well known rare earth carbonates ancylite-(Ce), cordylite-(Ce), rontgenite-(Ce) and.

Rare mineral species, or what some call systematic minerals, or even “Dana” locality minerals, is an educational experience with years of enjoyment. To collect rare minerals, one needs to focus on a methodology and purpose. Many collectors obtain minerals, via field collecting or online mineral dealerships, with a particular goal in mind.

Chemical compositions were determined for a number of minerals in the NNAP nepheline syenites, and some of these data have been reported (Woolley et al.,).

In this section we briefly consider the pyroxene and mica chemistry, as these minerals potentially contain information about the chemical evolution of the by: ENVIRONMENT.

Rare Earths: Lessons for Latin America by Julie Klinger From the freshly paved highway, Bayan Obo looks like much of the Mongolian Steppe: gently rolling grasslands, rocky soils, mountains in the distance.

There are occasional herds of horses, sheep, or goats and the adobe homes of. Similar metasomatic reactions have been documented in petrological studies of nepheline syenites from the Ilimaussaq intrusion in South Greenland (Schönenberger et al.

) and supported by. The origin of rare minerals in the Kipawa syenite complex, western Quebec Kenneth L. Currie. Kenneth L. Currie aegirine alkali syenites Canada brines folds Eastern Canada clinopyroxene igneous rocks imbrication faults chain silicates magmas metasomatic rocks metasomatism nepheline syenite metals metamorphic rocks metamorphism diopside Cited by: in agreement with the Greenland Administration, began investigations of the nepheline syenites to determine whether they might be profitably mined.

All known localities were visited; no rich new deposits were found. Kangerdluarsuk must be regarded as the best area for mining develop- ment (Fig. A rare-earth mineral contains one or more rare-earth elements as major metal constituents. Rare-earth minerals are usually found in association with alkaline to peralkaline igneous complexes, in pegmatites associated with alkaline magmas and in or associated with carbonatite intrusives.

Perovskite mineral phases are common hosts to rare-earth elements within the alkaline complexes. Geologic unit mapped in New Jersey: Medium- to dark-gray, medium- to coarse-grained, alkalic to alkalic-calcic nepheline syenite.

Composed principally of nepheline, orthoclase, biotite, and clinopyroxene, and accessory minerals are magnetite, apatite, titanite, zircon, and pyrite. Restricted to two small bodies northwest of Beemerville. Greenland Minerals and Energy (OTC: GDLNF) controls the vast Kvanefjeld project, estimated to hold million tons of rare earth ore.

Greenland's rare earth metals are plentiful enough. Abstract. Nepheline natrolite syenites of Center 2 of the Coldwell alkaline complex exhibit rare wispy mafic-rich modal layering, extensive xenolith-rich zones and a wide variety of textural types, the latter resulting from the imposition of high temperature shearing and recrystallization on Cited by: Nepheline Syenite is processed to a top size of approximately microns.

Logistics limitations, international restrictions and minimum order quantities may apply for select products. Request information Arrow. Global Innovation. Mineral extraction is in our DNA.

At 3M, we apply science in collaborative ways to improve products and. 3M™ Industrial Grade nepheline syenite is a versatile mineral used in a variety of industries, primarily as a silica-free fluxing agent in ceramics and glass manufacturing.

It lowers the overall melting point of the clay body while maintaining structural porcelain integrity to the highest moisture resistance standards. Jeff Nesbit was the director of public affairs for two prominent federal science agencies and is a regular contributor to U.S. News & World Report, where this article first ran before appearing in.Nepheline syenites are made up of K-feldspar and lesser nepheline Extremely rare REE minerals were identified replacing nepheline in trachyte dykes.

Remondite [Na 3 South Greenland—An Overview of years of research and outlook. Contribution to the mineralogy of Cited by: 2. The south-west Greenland carbonatite intrusions nearly all contain thorium which, though not as highly radioactive as uranium, would have influenced .