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Khodaean Chegeni, Rashidnejad Omran, Baharifar, Vaccaro, Maria Conte. mineral chemistry and origin of chromium in uvarovite bearing garnets from Baba-Nazar( NE Takab). www.ijcm.ir. 2021; 29 (1) :49-62
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خدائیان چگنی زیبا، رشیدنژاد عمران نعمت ا...، بهاری‌فر علی اکبر، واکارو کارملا، ماریا کونته آیدا. شیمی کانی و خاستگاه کروم در گارنت‌های یووارویت‌دار بابانظر ( شمال شرق تکاب). مجله بلورشناسی و کانی شناسی ایران. 1400; 29 (1) :49-62

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1- گروه زمین شناسی، دانشگاه تربیت مدرس، تهران
2- گروه زمین شناسی، دانشگاه پیام نور، تهران
3- دانشکده فیزیک و علوم زمین، دانشگاه فرارا، فرارا، ایتالیا
4- دانشکده علوم زمین، دانشگاه ساپینزا، رم، ایتالیا
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گارنت کالک سیلیکات­های بابانظر در شمال شرق تکاب، پهنه سنندج- سیرجان، واقع هستند. از ویژگی­های بارز این کالک سیلیکات­ها، وجودگارنت‌های بی‌شکل تا شکل‌دار و به رنگ سبز است. بررسی شیمی کانی نشان می‌دهد که این گارنت‌ها از نوع آندرادیت- گروسولار هستند و تا بیش از 13 درصد یووارویت دارند. مقدار بالای کروم در گارنت، حضور کروم اسپینل که دارای هسته غنی از کروم نسبت به حاشیه است و کانی‌های کدر سولفیدی چون پیریت و کالکوپیریت در این واحد کالک سیلیکات­ها  شواهدی از سنگ مادر فرامافیک هستند که می‌تواند منبع کروم برای گارنت باشد. شباهت ترکیب زمین شیمیایی این گارنت کالک سیلیکات­های با سنگ‌های فرامافیک نیز با سنگ مادر فرامافیک سازگار است. این سنگ‌ها دستخوش دگرسانی گرمابی شده­اند که موجب بالا رفتن مقدارCa  و پایین آمدن مقدار Mg درگارنت و سنگ میزبان در مقایسه با گارنت‌های گوشته‌ای و سنگ‌های فرامافیک شده‌است. ورود سیال های غنی از CO2 موجب کربناتیتی شدن سنگ مادر فرامافیک و خروج ترجیحی Mg می‌شود. گسل‌ها به عنوان کانال‌هایی برای چرخش سیال های گرمابی نقش کلیدی در فرایند دگرسانی گرمابی دارند.       
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