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Title

Mica-chlorite intermixing and altered chlorite from the Nevado-Filabride micaschists, Southern Spain

AuthorsMellini, Marcello; Nieto, F.; Álvarez, F.; Gómez-Pugnaire, M. T.
KeywordsOxichlorite
Chlorite-mica integrowth
Hydrated chlorite
Betic Cordilleras
Clorita
Cordilleras Béticas
Issue Date1991
PublisherSchweizerbart science publishers
CitationEuropean Journal of Mineralogy 3(1): 27-38 (1991)
AbstractMinerals with biotite-like optical properties occur in the Nevado-Filabride micaschists. The grains are highly pleochroic, variable in colour from light yellow to deep red, and strongly recall the descriptions given for "oxychlorite". Based on X-ray powder diffraction, microprobe analysis and transmission electron microscopy, two main types are recognized in optically similar grains: 1) Those consisting of a chlorite matrix interleaved with approximately 5 % by volume of very thin biotite lamellae. 2) Those consisting of a chlorite-like, hydrated material that produces irrational 16-16.5 angstrom spacings in the X-ray diffraction pattern. These values progressively decrease upon heating. This material gives microprobe analyses close to coexisting chlorite, but shows systematically lower oxide sums, of the order of 79-85 wt.%. Wavy rather than straight lattice fringes are obtained on these grains. Lamellae of haematite, or of a precursor of haematite, a few hundred angstrom in thickness and with granular appearance, may occur interleaved with the 16 angstrom material. The 16 angstrom hydrated chlorite is a retrograde alteration product which is supposed to have been derived from the grains consisting of chlorite-mica association. Low temperature reactions occurred during the very late evolution stage of the Veleta unit, producing the hydration of chlorite and alteration of plagioclase, chloritoid and garnet. These reactions occurred during the recent, relatively rapid uplift of the Veleta rocks.
Description12 páginas, 4 figuras, 2 tablas
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/31885
ISSN0935-1221
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