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Gabal Adara Adatalob granite in the south Eastern Desert, Egypt represents a promising example for hydrothermally altered and fractured granite hosting rare metals and rare earths mineralization. This granite host or act as a source for the rare metals (Zr, Y, Nb, Yb and Ga) and rare earths (La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, and Yb) mineralization. It forms isolated pluton crop out in the wadi Ed Direira area. It shows highly alteration and a strong enrichment in some rare metals and rare earths contents (Zrdoi:10.11648/j.earth.s.2014030601.11 fatcat:bna436dkc5gjhix724p2xscpha