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Evidence for exhalative origin for rocks and ores of the Dachang tin-polymetallic field; the ore-bearing formation and hydrothermal exhalative sedimentary rocks

Evidence for exhalative origin for rocks and ores of the Dachang tin-polymetallic field; the ore-bearing formation and hydrothermal exhalative sedimentary rocks

Mineral Deposits = Kuangchuang Dizhi 8(2): 25-40

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