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《Acta Petrologica Et Mineralogica》 1989-02
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Rare Earth Element Characteristics of the Garnets in Granulites from Jining Group, Inner Mongolia

Han Song Huang Zhongxiang Yang Relying (Institute of High Energy physics, Aeadomia Sinica)  
The Jining Group in Inner Mongolia consists of a suite of hypometamorphic rocks of granulite facies, with the lower part being mainly two-pyroxene-plagio-clase gneiss originating from volcanic rocks and the upper part, sillimanite-garnet- potash feldspar gneiss from normal sedimentary rocks. The garnet samples collected from different parts of fining Group belong chemically to similar species and are composed mainly of almandine (50-60 norm%) and pyrope (34-42 norm%), with less andradite and spessartite.The trace and rare earth elements in garnets from granulites of Jining Group have been determined by means of modern highprecision neutron activation analytical technique.Experimental results show that the chondrite-normalized pattern of rare earth elements is mainly affected by the properties of original rocks instead of by the composition of garnets. In the process of metamorphism the garnets from metamorphic volcanic rocks mostly retain the distribution characteristics of magmatic type garnets, showing considerable enrichment of heavy rare earth elements, while those from metasedimentary rocks fail to show obvious LREE and HREE separation but have relatively strong negative Eu anomalies.It is considered that the rare earth element characteristics of the garnets in metamorphic rocks might serve as an indicator for distinguishing ortho-rocks from para-rocks, and for determining properties of original rocks.
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