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Minerals of the rhabdophane group and the alunite supergroup in microgranite: products of low-temperature alteration in a highly acidic environment from the Velence Hills, Hungary – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 March 2019

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Abstract

Type
Erratum
Copyright
Copyright © Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland 2019 

An error was introduced in the final editing stages of production of this paper in Mineralogical Magazine, 82(6), 1277–1300 under the headings Discussion, subheading: ASM and RGM compositional variations, p 1296; the word “should” was replaced mistakenly by “shouldn't”

The correct text is:

“All these data together with Fe-rich RGM from the Velence Hills suggest that the incorporation of Fe2+ and Fe3+ in the RGM is possibly via above-mentioned substitution mechanisms but does not produce a valid end-member and should be included in formula calculation.”

References

Ondrejka, Martin, Bačík, Peter, Sobocký, Tomáš, Uher, Pavel, Škoda, Radek, Mikuš, Tomáš, Luptáková, Jarmila and Konečný, Patrik. (2018) Minerals of the rhabdophane group and the alunite supergroup in microgranite: products of low-temperature alteration in a highly acidic environment from the Velence Hills, Hungary. Mineralogical Magazine, Published by Cambridge University Press, 02 July 2018. doi.org/10.1180/mgm.2018.137Google Scholar