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Journal:   RESEARCH JOURNAL OF UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN "SCIENCE"   2008 , Volume 32 , Number 3 (GEOLOGY); Page(s) 165 To 188.
 
Paper: 

PETROLOGY OF LAMPROPHYRES IN SOUTHEAST OF ANARAK (ISFAHAN PROVINCE)

 
 
Author(s):  TORABI GH.*
 
* GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT, THE UDIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN
 
Abstract: 
Lamprophyric stocks and pillow lavas are situated in the southeast of Anarak (Isfahan Province), adjacent to the Turkmeni-Ordib fault. Rock-forming minerals are amphibole (kaersutite), plagioclase (oligoclase and albite), K-feldspar (sanidine), Cr-Ti spinel, ilmenite, apatite with low amount magnetite, chlorite, pumpellyite, epidote, sphene, leucoxene and calcite.
Textures of pillow lavas are microlitic and variolitic, and textures of stocks are porphyritic and intersertal. The cavities are filled by calcite. These rocks are enciched in alkalis, Ti02 and LREE, and the Si02 content ranges from 40 to 52 weight percent. In classification of lamprophyres, these rocks are alkaline lamprophyres and tectonically are formed in intracontinental plate setting.
 
Keyword(s): LAMPROPHYRE, STOCK, PILLOW LAVA, ALKALINE, ANARAK
 
 
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APA: Copy

TORABI, G. (2008). PETROLOGY OF LAMPROPHYRES IN SOUTHEAST OF ANARAK (ISFAHAN PROVINCE). RESEARCH JOURNAL OF UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN "SCIENCE", 32(3 (GEOLOGY)), 165-188. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274139



Vancouver: Copy

TORABI GH.. PETROLOGY OF LAMPROPHYRES IN SOUTHEAST OF ANARAK (ISFAHAN PROVINCE). RESEARCH JOURNAL OF UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN "SCIENCE". 2008 [cited 2021July25];32(3 (GEOLOGY)):165-188. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274139



IEEE: Copy

TORABI, G., 2008. PETROLOGY OF LAMPROPHYRES IN SOUTHEAST OF ANARAK (ISFAHAN PROVINCE). RESEARCH JOURNAL OF UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN "SCIENCE", [online] 32(3 (GEOLOGY)), pp.165-188. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274139.



 
 
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