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, Autonomous Region) (1993) Regional Geology of Xinjiang Uygur 744 1049 Fig.10 CorrelationbetweenFovalueinolivineandNitenorinsulfideof the Ni-Cu deposits 1050 in NW China. Error bars are 2? uncertainty. The parameters used in the R value 1051 calculation are listed in Table 7. See text for the detailed explanation of the modeling 1052 lines, vol.1053, p.59
, GrayarrowsillustratethattheNitenorinsulfideincreaseswith the increase of Ni 1058 content in olivine (a) and with the decrease of Fe/Ni ratio in olivine (b), and Cu/Ni 1059 ratio in sulfide increases as Fo value in olivine decreases (c) for the Ni-Cu deposits in 1060 NW China
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, Summary of the average compositions of olivine and sulfide for the Ni-Cu 1121, Table 5
, **-percentage of crustal contamination F-fraction of residual liquid after fractionation, Ol+Cpx+Pl*-Olivine, clinopyroxene, and plagioclase fractionation after F=85, Avg Crust*-FeO and MgO concentrations of the average crust are from Rudnick and Gao, 2003.
, DNi olivine-sulfide is calculated from the host magma compositions from the previous studies of the Huangshandong, Huangshanxi deposits, using the equation of, 2010.
, DNi sulfide-silicate is calculated based on the equation of Kiseeva and Wood (2013): LogDNi=3.83-0.84*Log FeO, whereas FeO equals FeO magma