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One of the zones contains a 2 m thick layer of almost pure apatite, magnetite, and ilmenite with the proportions-70% Fe-Ti-oxides and -30% apatite, similar to the proportions reported from other nelsonites. , 1987; 1990). /sil. /sil. = concentration of X in the sulphide liquid / concentration of X in the silicate liquid) may explain why these horizons have platinum group element contents several orders of magnitude greater than other parts of their host intrusions. The thin yet laterally extensive nature of these ore layers suggests that immiscibility was abruptly induced over wide areas of the crystallizing magma chamber.

1990). Layers two to three millimetres thick consisting of quartz alternating with albite and K-feldspar, have formed spherical clots 25 to 30 cm in diameter within a metre-wide rhyolitic dyke near the eastern margin of the Skaergaard intrusion (Figure 18). Although neither the dyke nor the host rocks show conspicuous evidence of hydrothermal alteration, the formation of the layering may have been related to, or assisted by fluid flow along a small fault that cuts the dyke. Figure 20. Layering within the Mikis Fjord Macrodyke, East Greenland, produced as" a result of contact metamorphism of a roof pendant of zeo#te-rich, hydrothermally altered basalts.

The growth rate curve (so#d outwards into the supersaturated melt, and #ne) peaks at lower degrees of supersaturesults in the eventual buildup of rejected ration than does the nucleation curve components to the point where a second phase (dashed curve). In a crystal-free system, nucleates and forms a second layer (Figure 11). supersaturation will increase until suffiIn any mechanism dependent upon differcient nucleation occurs to allow crystal ences in nucleation rates to cause differences in growth to decrease the degree of supermodal abundances, layers with greater abunsaturation.

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