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Sun, S. and McDonough, W.F. (1989) Chemical and Isotopic Systematic of Oceanic Basalts: Implications for Mantle Composition and Processes. Geological Special Publication No. 42, 313-345.

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  • TITLE: Geochemical Study of Almoqlaq Intrusive Body in North of Asadabad in Hamedan Province, Iran

    AUTHORS: Ahmad Farnin

    KEYWORDS: Almoqlaq, Geochemistry, Intrusion, Alkali Granite, Metaluminous, Quartz Monzonite and Spider Diagram

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vol.6 No.1, January 28, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The study area is located in the west of Iran and in the north of Asadabad. This is the range between Eastern lengths of 00', 48° to 15', 48°, and northern latitudes of 45', 34° to 00', 35°. This range is limited from north to the asphalt road of Hamadan Qorveh, Sanandaj, and from the East and Southeast, to Asadabad of Kermanshah-Hamedan road, and from the West to Chahardoli plain and from the south to the plains and the town of Asadabad. According to the geological map of the study area, intrusive outcropping of diorite-gabbro of Almoqlaq, and quartz syenite is at Almoqlaq mountains. Intrusive rocks of the region, based on the total Alkali oxide, against silica rocks of study area fall within the quartz monzonite, gabbro, granodiorite, granite, and syenite between quartz and alkali granite. And granite in the study area (due to aluminum saturation index), is in the range of metaluminous, and metaluminous to peraluminous. Based on normalized spider diagram with the upper crust, the typical study area belongs to this model, and most of the elements are placed near or on standard line of 1.