By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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Extra resources for Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.70 Part 2, Evolution of Size Effects in Chemical Dynamics (Wiley 1988)
Map of probabilities of centres of Kuroko deposits based on sodium depletion, sericite, and gypsum plus anhydrite(Singerand Kouda, 1988). Fe) ratios of magnesite and dolomite occurring in hanging wallrocks are useful in the exploration for concealed volcanogenic massive sulfide-sulfate deposits. 313C and 3180 of carbonates from the Kuroko mine area are plotted in Fig. 31. 313C and 3180 data lie between igneous (3~3C = -7%o, 3180 = +8%0) and marine carbonate value (313C = 0%0 and 3180 = +20%o). This indicates that magnesite and dolomite formed due to the interaction of hydrothermal solution with the biogenic marine carbonates.
3). 2. 1. Metal zoning, and ore and gangue minerals Typical Kuroko deposits (C sub-type according to Horikoshi and Shikazono (1978)) are usually composed of gypsum ore, siliceous ore, yellow ore, black ore, barite ore and ferruginous chert ore in stratigraphically ascending order (Fig. 7). The main constituent minerals in each ore are as follows: gypsum, anhydrite, Mg-chlorite (gypsum ore), quartz, pyrite, chalcopyrite (yellow ore), sphalerite, galena, pyrite, barite, chalcopyrite, tetrahedrite-tennantite, bornite, electrum (black ore), barite, quartz (barite ore), microcrystalline quartz, hematite (ferruginous chert ore).
Y. ago-present). The most important geologic events at the time of Kuroko mineralizations are rapid subsidence just before the mineralization and bimodal volcanism (contemporaneous basic and felsic volcanism) (Konda, 1974). Several different hypotheses on the tectonic setting of the Kuroko mine area have been proposed. They include volcanic front of island arc (T. Sato, 1974; Horikoshi, 1975a), rifting of island arc (Cathles, 1983a), back-arc depression (Fujioka, 1983; Uyeda, 1983), and back-arc basin.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.70 Part 2, Evolution of Size Effects in Chemical Dynamics (Wiley 1988) by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice