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biotite


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biotite

biotite

biotite

biotite

Dosimetric feature of natural biotite mineral

Empirical Garnet–Biotite–Plagioclase–Quartz (GBPQ) Geobarometry in Medium- to High-Grade Metapelites*

Discussion on the Comment on Nature of Biotites in Alkaline, Calc-alkaline and Peraluminous Magmas

Metamorphic Evolution of Garnet–Epidote–Biotite Gneiss from the Moine Supergroup, Scotland, and Geotectonic Implications

Seismic velocity anisotropy of phyllosilicate-rich rocks: characteristics inferred from experimental and crack-model studies of biotite-rich schist

Fluid-induced Dehydration of the Paleoarchean Sand River Biotite–Hornblende Gneiss, Central Zone, Limpopo Complex, South Africa

The Biotite to Phengite Reaction and Mica-dominated Melting in Fluid + Carbonate-saturated Pelites at High Pressures

Evaluating the Origin of Garnet, Cordierite, and Biotite in Granitic Rocks: a Case Study from the South Mountain Batholith, Nova Scotia

Glass-rich, Cordierite–Biotite Rhyodacite, Valle Ninahuisa, Puno, SE Peru: Petrological Evidence for Hybridization of ‘Lachlan S-type’ and Potassic Mafic Magmas

Nature of Biotites from Alkaline, Calc-alkaline and Peraluminous Magmas by Abdel-Fattah M. Abdel-Rahman: A Comment

Melting of Biotite + Plagioclase + Quartz Gneisses: the Role of H2O in the Stability of Amphibole

Magmatic Evolution and Ascent History of the Aries Micaceous Kimberlite, Central Kimberley Basin, Western Australia: Evidence from Zoned Phlogopite Phenocrysts, and UV Laser 40Ar/39Ar Analysis of Phlogopite–Biotite

Interaction of Biotite–Amphibole Gneiss with H2O–CO2–(K, Na)Cl Fluids at 550 MPa and 750 and 800°С: Experimental Study and Applications to Dehydration and Partial Melting in the Middle Crust

 

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An important rock-forming silicate mineral, a member of the mica group of minerals, in common with which it has a sheetlike crystal structure. It is usually black, dark brown, or green in colour.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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