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Ghorbani, Hajialioghli, Moazzen. Investigation of melt distribution reactions, thermobarometry and minerals chemistry of amphibols and plagioclase leucosome, melanosome and mesosome in Takab Hornblend bearing migmatites, northwestern Iran. www.ijcm.ir. 2020; 28 (3) :735-750
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قربانی هاله، حاجی علی اوغلی رباب، مؤذن محسن. بررسی واکنش‌های توزیع مذاب، دما- فشارسنجی و شیمی کانی‌های آمفیبول و پلاژیوکلاز روشن، تیره و تیره-روشن در میگماتیت‌های هورنبلند‌دار تکاب (شمال غرب ایران). مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1399; 28 (3) :735-750

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 فرایند میگماتیتی­شدن در منطقه قره­ناز منجر به حجم­های متفاوت ذوب بخشی و سرانجام طیف گسترده­ای از میگماتیت­های متاتکسیت و دیاتکسیت شده است. بررسی شیمی کانی­ها با ریزکاوالکترونی نشان می­دهد که ترکیب آمفیبول از نوع مگنزیوهاستنگزیت با خاستگاه دگرگونی بوده و ترکیب فلدسپات­ها از نوع آندزین تا الیگوکلاز است. واکنش­های ذوب در حضور سیال آزاد و ذوب در نبود سیال در تشکیل مذاب و بخش روشن میگماتیت­ها موثر بوده­اند. مجموعه کانی­های درجه بالا به احتمال بسیار در اثر از بین رفتن کانی­های درجه پایین­تر و توسط واکنش­های بدون حضور سیال آزاد تشکیل شده­اند. ترکیب کانی­شناسی بخش­های روشن مشابه تونالیت تا گرانودیوریت برآمده از ذوب بخشی است و با خاستگاه تبلور از مذاب همخوانی دارد. براساس دما- فشارسنجی این سنگ­ها، دمای تشکیل حدود 767 تا 868 درجه سانتیگراد و فشار حدود 7/5 تا 7/7 کیلوبار است.     
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