Příspěvek k poznání exotických hornin flyšového pásma Západních Karpat: chloritoidová břidlice z Nového dvora u Kvasic (Chřiby)

Zdeněk Dolníček, Rostislav Koutňák, Jana Ulmanová
2022 Bulletin Mineralogie Petrologie  
New occurrence of pebbles of chloritoid schists, found in Eocene-to-Oligocene conglomerates of the Zlín Formation, Rača Unit, Magura Flysch, Outer Western Carpathians, Czech Republic, is characterized in this contribution. The rock has very simple mineral composition, including chloritoid, quartz, white mica and trace amount of apatite, rutile, and monazite. Chloritoid contains only very small proportions of magnesiochloritoid (7 - 11 mol. %) and ottrelite (up to 0.4 mol. %) components. The
more » ... osition of white mica corresponds to muscovite and illite. The significant differences in mineral assemblages of rocks as well as in chemical composition of chloritoid and white mica usually appeared during comparison with those of similar rock types occurring in potential source areas in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Austria. The best comparable chemical composition showed only chloritoid in chloritoid schist from Bělá in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts., Silesicum, Czech Republic.
doi:10.46861/bmp.30.188 fatcat:qhbijlvjifaw5ittl4hl5q6r3y