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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo Best Answer
    Lower temperature (150–350°C) hydrothermal alteration of plagioclase typically leads to feldspar turbidity, particularly in calcic plagioclase, and widespread formation of second...
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    Sassuritization is a hydrothermal alteration process by which calcium-bearing plagioclase feldspar is altered to a characteristic assemblage of minerals called saussurite (typical ...
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo
    Uralitization is the process of deuteric alteration of pyroxene (most commonly augite) to form amphibole (actinolite-tremolite). The alteration occurs during either late-stages of ...
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