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Iron-bearing to iron-rich tourmalines from granitic pegmatites of the Murzinka pluton, Central Urals, Russia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 August 2022

Tatiana A. Gvozdenko*
Affiliation:
Geological Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskiye Gory 1, Moscow, 119991 Russia
Ivan A. Baksheev
Affiliation:
Geological Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskiye Gory 1, Moscow, 119991 Russia
Dmitry A. Khanin
Affiliation:
Geological Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskiye Gory 1, Moscow, 119991 Russia Korzhinskii Institute of Experimental Mineralogy, Russian Academy of Sciences, ulitsa Akademika Osypyana 4, Chernogolovka, Moscow Oblast, 142432 Russia
Mikhail V. Voronin
Affiliation:
Korzhinskii Institute of Experimental Mineralogy, Russian Academy of Sciences, ulitsa Akademika Osypyana 4, Chernogolovka, Moscow Oblast, 142432 Russia
Maria V. Chervyakovskaya
Affiliation:
Zavaritsky Institute of Geology and Geochemistry, Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, ulitsa Akademika Vonsovskogo, 15, Ekaterinburg, 620016 Russia
Vadim V. Smolensky
Affiliation:
Saint Petersburg Mining University, 21st Line, 2, St Petersburg, 199106 Russia
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*Author for correspondence: Tatiana A. Gvozdenko, Email: tanushka_555_91@mail.ru

Abstract

Black tourmalines from seven granitic pegmatites (Golodnaya, Kazennitsa, Mokrusha, Kopi Mora, Zheltyye Yamy, Buzheninov Bor and Ministerskaya) related to the Murzinka pluton, Central Urals, Russia have been investigated using electron microprobe analysis, LA-ICP-MS, Raman and Mössbauer spectroscopy. Pegmatites are hosted by serpentinites and gneisses and are classified as schorl, oxy-schorl, fluor-schorl, dravite, oxy-dravite, foitite, oxy-foitite and darrellhenryite. The possible compositional evolution of tourmalines from the Ural pegmatites is as follows: Mg-rich dravite through to Fe-rich schorl, foitite and oxy-foitite to Fe- and Mn-rich darrellhenryite. The major substitutions in the tourmalines are: (1) Fe2+ ↔ Mg; (2) Al + WO2– ↔ Fe2+ + WOH; (3) X-site vacancy + Al ↔ Na + Fe2+; (4) Al + WO2– ↔ Mg + WOH; (5) X-site vacancy + Al ↔ Na + Mg; and (6) Fe ↔ Mn. Statical processing of the trace- and major-element composition distinguished three tourmaline groups: (1) trace Co, Ni, Pb, and major Ca and Mg; (2) uni-, di- and trivalent traces (Li, Zn, Ga) and di- and trivalent majors (Al, Mn); (3) U, Th, Hf, Ta, Nb, Y, In, and Sn which correspond to tri-, tetra-, and pentavalent high-field-strength elements. Mössbauer data shows the Fe3+/Fe2+ ratios in tourmalines from pegmatites hosted by gneisses (0.05–0.18) and serpentinites (0.28–0.65), indicates different oxidising environments. Raman data are consistent with the composition of the tourmalines.

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Associate Editor: Giancarlo Della Ventura

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