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Minerals, Volume 7, Issue 8 (August 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Oscillatory zoning occurs in numerous minerals and consists of an alternation in the chemical [...] Read more. Oscillatory zoning occurs in numerous minerals and consists of an alternation in the chemical composition of discrete growth shells that resembles tree rings. Zoning in minerals contains a wealth of information concerning their fluctuating conditions of formation, which is used to elucidate the thermal history of rocks. This image shows zoning of Ti atoms in a garnet. Our paper shows that erythrite contains growth oscillatory zones and examines two vivianite-type solid solutions. View the paper