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Generalized Titanomagnetite in Hawaiian Volcanic Rocks
|Title:||Generalized Titanomagnetite in Hawaiian Volcanic Rocks|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1964|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Katsura T. 1964. Generalized titanomagnetite in Hawaiian volcanic rocks. Pac Sci 18(2): 223-228.|
|Abstract:||A ferromagnetic oxide mineral with spinel structure was separated
from Hawaiian volcanic rocks ranging from basalt to trachyte. The chemical compositions
of all the specimens have been arranged on an oxygen reaction line, and
can safely be interpreted as the result of a process of either oxidation or reduction
of material with composition on or near this line. In the trachyte the mineral was
found to be highly oxidized titanomagnemite. The composition of Hawaiian
titanomagnetites is compared with that of titanomagnetites found in Japanese
volcanic rocks belonging to the calc-alkali rock series.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 18, Number 2, 1964|
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