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Conditions of formation and origin of fluids of quartz-tourmaline veins in the La Châtaigneraie tungstiferous district (Massif Central, France) : fluid inclusions and stable isotopes

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A combined stable-isotope and microthermometric study was applied to wolframite-bearing and arsenopyrite-bearing quartz-tourmaline veins, quartz-tourmaline veins associated with leucogranite, schist and the two types of granite - massive monzogranite and leucogranite stocks - of the tungsten Châtaigneraie district, in order to estimate pressure-temperature formation conditions of quartz-tourmaline veins and determine the origin of mineralizing fluids. Pressure-temperature conditions of barren-quartz-tourmaline-veins are estimated at 1.4 +/- 0.4kbars (around 5 km depth under lithostatic regime) and 487 +/- 34°C. Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic compositions of mineralizing fluids indicate a dominant component of leucogranite-derived fluids in wolframite-bearing veins whereas arsenopyrite-bearing veins are strongly equilibrated with host schist.
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hal-00514100 , version 1 (01-09-2010)

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Catherine Lerouge, Vincent Bouchot. Conditions of formation and origin of fluids of quartz-tourmaline veins in the La Châtaigneraie tungstiferous district (Massif Central, France) : fluid inclusions and stable isotopes. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, 2009, 180 (3), p. 263-270. ⟨10.2113/gssgfbull.180.3.263⟩. ⟨hal-00514100⟩

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