Ferroglaucophane and Chloritoid-Bearing Metapelites from the Phyllite Series, Southern Peloponnese, Greece

Christos Katagas
Geological Laboratory, University of Patras, Patras, Greece

Summary: The unusual assemblage ferroglaucophane-chloritoid-paragonite-garnet-muscovite-chlorite-quartz has been found in metapelites of the phyllite series, north-east of Neapolis, southern Peloponnese, Greece. The chemical compositions of the coexisting phases are given, and the physical and chemical constraints which may control the appearance of this assemblage are briefly discussed.

Mineralogical Magazine; December 1980 v. 43; no. 332; p. 975-978; DOI: 10.1180/minmag.1980.043.332.03
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