Berlinit AlPO4 ze sulfidickeho loziske Zlate Hory Zapad  [Berlinite (AlPO4) of the western Zlate Hory polymetallic deposit, northern Moravia]

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Alternate Title:Berlinite (AlPO4) of the western Zlate Hory polymetallic deposit, northern Moravia
Authors:Reif, J.; Rezek, K.; Zachar, Z.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Ustav Nerostn. Surovin, Kutna Hora 284 03, Czechoslovakia
Volume Title:Casopis pro Mineralogii a Geologii
Source:Casopis pro Mineralogii a Geologii, 34(4), p.363-372. Publisher: Societas Mineralogica et Geologica Bohemoslovaca, Prague, Czech Republic. ISSN: 0008-7378
Publication Date:1989
Note:In Czech with English summary. 15 refs.; 4 tables, 4 plates
Summary:Up to 5 mm thick, milk-white to colourless radial fibrous botryoidal berlinite aggregates are similar to chalcedony, with omega 1.500(3), epilson 1.496(3). XRD data are tabulated, a 4.924(1), c 10.896(5) Angstrom . IR absorption, DTA and TGA curves are reproduced and discussed. Quantitative EPMA led to the formula (Al0.856Ca0.009)sigma 0.865(P1.050S0.027)sigma 1.077O4.2.74H2O. Berlinite occurs in quartz cavities of muscovite-chlorite schists (source of Al) or in cracks of a graphite shale. Its origin is connected with late hydrothermal mineralization processes of the polymetallic ore deposit in northern Moravia. [L.Z.]
Subjects:Electron probe; Infrared spectra; Mineralogy; Minerals; Optical properties; Phosphates; Powder method; Spectra; Thermal analysis; X-ray diffraction data; Central Europe; Czech Republic; Czech Sudeten Mountains; Europe; Moravia; Sudeten Mountains; Berlinite; Czechoslovakia; Zlate Hory Deposit
Abstract Numbers:92M/2063
Record ID:1992062998
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2019 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from Mineralogical Abstracts, United Kingdom, Twickenham, United Kingdom
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