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chlorite

 [klor´īt]
a salt of chlorous acid; disinfectant and bleaching agent.

chlo·rite

(klōr'īt),
A salt of chlorous acid; the radical ClO2-.

chlorite

/chlo·rite/ (klor´īt) a salt of chlorous acid; disinfectant and bleaching agent.

chlo·rite

(klōr'īt)
A salt of chlorous acid; the radical ClO2-.

chlorite

a salt of chlorous acid; disinfectant and bleaching agent.
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Also anomalous on Isle Madame are three long narrow belts of "basement" rocks, together with voluminous chloritic microbreccia and minor semi-ductile mylonite, which are separated from the conglomerate-dominated successions by faults.
CNW-01, in the northeast part of the cluster, dip gently to the west and are of strongly chloritic sedimentary/tuffaceous rocks similar to those that host the Chester deposits.
The rocks underlying the greater than 2 km long MegaTEM-magnetic anomaly are interpreted as possible basalt and/or magnetite-sulphide iron formation, chloritic tuffs and sediments.
2) a central chloritic rich portion composed of inclusions of massive sulphides and chalcopyrite (copper mineral) stringers with pyrite.
25 meter interval of chloritic volcanic and sedimentary rocks with scattered sulfide mineralization including a 2.
Gold deposits in the area are associated with sulfide replacement of carbonate facies banded ironstone formation (BIF) within a sequence of chloritic and carbonaceous schists.
The geological setting of the mineralization at Carriere A consists of chloritic schists with minor intercalation of quartzites and graphitic schists.
The geological setting of the mineralization at G20 and D18 consists of chloritic schists with quartzite intercalations.
0 metres) from a mafic volcanic - chloritic greenstone contact.
The mineralization is strongly related to hydrothermal alteration of a schist-biotite-quartz-sericite horizon, hosted between metapellites and chloritic meta-tuffs, and, secondarily, by hydrothermal alteration of layers of the Archean banded iron formation (BIF) that characterizes the main mineralization of the Iron Quadrangle region.
The geological setting of the mineralization at G20 consists of chloritic schists with quartzite intercalations.
68 g/t gold, while sheared, chloritic schist from the shaft dump returned 0.