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Accessory Phases in the Genesis of Igneous Rocks

  • Igor BroskaEmail author
  • Igor Petrík
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Part of the Society of Earth Scientists Series book series (SESS)

Abstract

An overview of the significance and application of most common accessory minerals in igneous systems, mainly in granitic rocks is  presented in two parts: (1) General description and definition of the most important accessory phases are given, and (2) a case study from Western Carpathians is dealt which unravels the granite typology. A short account of structure and composition of principal accessory phases is also discussed along with their occurrences, usage of isotopes and thermodynamic constraints which reveal the P-T evolution of parental igneous bodies.

Keywords

Accessory minerals Zircon Monazite Apatite Allanite Titanite Epidote Tourmaline Granite typology Western Carpathians 

Notes

Acknowledgments

Grant agency Vega (project 2/0060/10 and 2/0159/13) and APVV (project 080-11) are thanked for financial support. Santosh Kumar is thanked for thoughtful review and thorough editorial work. Figures 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 11 are published with kind permission of the Veda Publishing House (Broska et al. 2012)

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