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《Geology-geochemistry》 2001-02
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CHARACTERS OF MINERALIZATION OF THE RED-CLAY-TYPE GOLD DEPOSITS IN CHINA

Rao Wenbuo Gao Zhenmin Yang Zhusen Luo Taiyi Li Hongyang(Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guiyang 550002)  
The red-clay-type gold deposits in China were discovered in the early 1990's in South China, especially in the southwest of China. The gold deposits are obviously different from laterite gold deposits abroad. The red-clay-type gold deposits depend on these rocks that provide gold. Iron and aluminum are low while silicon is high. Ore is in the phase of clay minerals in which gibbsite is less and kaolinite commonly coexists with illite. Gold occurs in the red-clay profile as micro-fine and dispersed particles. These gold particles are mobilized, transported and precipitated under leaching action.;
【Fund】: 中国科学院重大项目A(KZ -95 1-A1-4 0 4-0 2 );; 国家处自然科学基金项目 (批准号:498730 2 1)
【CateGory Index】: P618.51
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