Geochemistry of Main Types of Gold Deposits in Shear Zones, China

Wu Xueyi; Yang Yuangen; Xiao Huayun; Wu Huiming
June 1999
Chinese Journal of Geochemistry;1999, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p150
Academic Journal
Analyzes the geochemistry of the main types of gold deposits in shear zones in China. Different types of shear-hosted gold deposits; Isotopic composition of the gold deposits; Mineral composition of rocks, ores and mineralling fluids.


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