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Iran origin magnetic iron ore

Apr 19, 2021

The siliceous iron ore deposits in the NW part of Iran (Takab region) are hosted within para-metamorphic rocks, and are attributed to Late Proterozoic age. They comprise massive, banded, nodular and disseminated ore types, which are mainly composed of magnetite. Magnetite contains traces of Al. It is variously hematitized. Hematite show higher Al, Si and Ca contents

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