Manganese Ore Mineral Hand Specimen Analysis Special Reference to Kajalidongri Mines Meghnagar, Jhabua District, M.P


Authors : Dr. Rupesh Kumar Dubey, Dr. K.N.Singh, Dr. B.K.Singh

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 1 - January

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Manganese ore with reference of hand specimen ore mineral study of Kajalidongri Mines Jhabua district Madhya Pradesh. All the above minerals are normally associated with Gondite. The Gondites scarcely exhibit good schistosity and the minerals generally do not have any linear arrangement. In Gondites, braunite, rhodonite, and other manganese silicates are often interbanded with quartz or manganese oxides minerals. Such bands of Gondites often exhibit small scale folds. Certain bands are composed of rhodonite or spessartite and veins from such rhodonite bands often transgress the other bands. The manganese amphiboles and the micas are mostly aligned in bands and they rarely impart a foliated appearance to the Gondites.

Keywords : Series, Gondite, Manganese, Ore Minerals.

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