NJG47-3-04
1967
Note on minor elements in garnets
47
3
251-254

Semiquantitative spectrochemical determinations on material mainly from the Akershus-Ă–stfold gneiss area show that V is more abundant in garnets from amphibolite than in garnets from gneiss. Both V and Cr are more abundant in biotite and hornblende than in the associated garnet. In garnets from granitic and pegmatitic rocks, V and Cr are extremely low, while Y and Y -earth elements may be quite high; garnets from some of the gneiss specimens show similar minor element associations. In an eclogite specimen, V and Ni are strongly enriched in the pyroxene, while Cr is more equally distributed between gamet and pyroxene.

0029-196X
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