Geology, geochemistry, and geochronology of the Wangjiazhuang porphyry–breccia Cu(–Mo) deposit in the Zouping volcanic basin, eastern North China Block
The Wangjiazhuang porphyry–breccia Cu(–Mo) deposit is located in the Zouping volcanic basin, western Shandong Province. Seven molybdenite samples yield a Re–Os weighted mean age of 127.8 ± 0.7 Ma (2σ), which is identical within error to the zircon weighted mean ²⁰⁶Pb/²³⁸U age of 128.3 ± 1.3 Ma (2σ) determined for quartz monzonite samples. The host rock is characterized by high concentrations of K₂O (4.26–4.53 wt.%), Na₂O (4.97–5.76 wt.%), LILEs and LREEs, and high Mg# (> 40), and low...[Show more]
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