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A Felsic End to Bushveld Differentiation

Occurrence and Origin of Andalusite in Peraluminous Felsic Igneous Rocks

Mafic and Felsic Magma Interaction in Granites: the Hercynian Karkonosze Pluton (Sudetes, Bohemian Massif)

Chloride Solubility in Felsic Melts and the Role of Chloride in Magmatic Degassing

Rheological Transitions During Partial Melting and Crystallization with Application to Felsic Magma Segregation and Transfer

Petrogenesis of Mafic to Felsic Plutonic Rock Associations: the Calc-alkaline Quérigut Complex, French Pyrenees

Metamorphism of High/ultrahigh-pressure Pelitic–Felsic Schist in the South Tianshan Orogen, NW China: Phase Equilibria and P–T Path

The Heerenveen Batholith, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa: Mesoarchaean, Potassic, Felsic Magmas Formed by Melting of an Ancient Subduction Complex

Phase Equilibrium Constraints on Pre-eruptive Conditions of Recent Felsic Explosive Volcanism at Pantelleria Island, Italy

Petrogenesis of Mafic to Felsic Lavas from the Oligocene Siebengebirge Volcanic Field (Germany): Implications for the Origin of Intracontinental Volcanism in Central Europe

Remobilization of Highly Crystalline Felsic Magma by Injection of Mafic Magma: Constraints from the Middle Sixth Century Eruption at Haruna Volcano, Honshu, Japan

Petrogenesis of Tertiary Andesite Lava Flows Interlayered with Large-Volume Felsic Ash-Flow Tuffs of the Western USA

The Petrogenesis of Felsic Calc-alkaline Magmas from the Southernmost Cascades, California: Origin by Partial Melting of Basaltic Lower Crust

Magmatic Evolution of the La Pacana Caldera System, Central Andes, Chile: Compositional Variation of Two Cogenetic, Large-Volume Felsic Ignimbrites

 

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A term applied to light-coloured igneous minerals and igneous rocks rich in these minerals. Typical felsic minerals are quartz, feldspar, feldspathoids, muscovite, and corundum. The term felsic derives from the two common minerals, feldspar and silica.

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