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The occurrence is reported of spectacular oriented needles of rutile within quartz veins and pods in granulite-facies rocks that have undergone partial melting under ultrahigh-temperature (UHT) conditions in the Karur region in southern India. Laser Raman spectroscopy and electron microprobe analysis confirm that (1) the mineral inclusions within quartz are pure rutiles, and (2) a second category of quartz contains pure hematite inclusions. The rutile never coexists with the hematite inside thedoi:10.1180/minmag.2007.071.2.143 fatcat:ph3n65elkjaw5ec6qqtjoz5l6i