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SOME FEATURES OF COMPOSITE GRANITE BODIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE METALLIZATION IN SOUTHERN CHINA

He Ying (Department of Geology, Northwestern University)  
Some features of the composite granite body in Southern China are discribed in this paper. The bodies mainly consist of (1) porphyraceous medium-grained biotite granite being products of magmatism; (2)fine-grained granite being the products of infiltration and injection from residual magma; (3) medium-grained granite being the products of the infiltrative metasomatism of the deuteric fluid, respectively.The relationship of the composite granite bodies to the metallization in Southern China is also discussed. It is suggested that the metallization is results from the infiltration and injection of the deuteric ore-bearing fluid. The intensity of the metallization processes and element association types are mainly determined by the geological environment and the enclosed and opened condition.
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