One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Thus, granites can form both by magmatism and granitization or a combination of the two.’
- ‘The polyphasic character of these granitization processes have, in some cases, made basic rocks appear to be enclosed within granites like intrusive rocks.’
- ‘The whole of this territory is, therefore, worth examination in the light of the granitization hypothesis.’
- ‘Glaucophane, is not a mineral typical of granite; it is typical of high-grade schists and may be preserved during the granitization of metamorphic rocks.’
- ‘During granitization, these elements are believed to be displaced and moved through the rock ahead of the granitization front, to form a zone enriched in minerals such as hornblende and pyroxene.’
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