Combined cathodoluminescence and ore microscopic studies have determined the positions of the dolomite zones with respect to the known sulfide mineral paragenetic sequence.
Combined cathodoluminescence and ore microscopic studies have determined the positions of the dolomite zones with respect to the known sulfide mineral paragenetic sequence. The earliest generation of dolomite cement (zone 1) precipitated before the main generation of disseminated sphalerite. Zone 2 dolomite formed after emplacement of disseminated sphalerite but before cube-octahedral galena. Zone 3 dolomite precipitated during the interval between the deposition of cube-octahedral galena and prior to cubic galena.
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