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Some mineralogical, geochemical and economic aspects of lithium pegmatites from the Karibib-Cape Cross pegmatite field in South West Africa/ Namibia






Communications of the Geological Survey of South West Africa/Namibia = Mededelinge van die Geologiese Opname van Suidwes-Afrika/Namibe 1: 79-84

Some mineralogical, geochemical and economic aspects of lithium pegmatites from the Karibib-Cape Cross pegmatite field in South West Africa/ Namibia



Accession: 020054745



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