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2). E (1976). - Gases The nearly submicroscopic, very high relief inclusions in the halite fillings of the amygdules and clusters are possibly gas inclusions. The cleavage typical for halite usually appears only as shadows. Sulfur Since native sulfur was not observed in any of the basalt thin sections, it must be disseminated through the silicate rock in submicroscopic phases. , outcrop 8-ug) are only local accumulations. Evidence of the presence of further basalt occurrences in the Werra mining district was provided by extensive AT measurements at the surface with a protOn magnetometer (StaMeNS 1971).
An introduction to AAS, AES, and ICP-AES including the measuring procedure is given by WELZ (1976) and HEr~cns & HEr~MANN(1989). Coulometric sulfur measurements were done as prescribed by LA-SGE& BRt~SAC'I((1977). 26 Microprobe: Evidence of the origin and genesis of the hornblende in the basanite from dike
03 in D O E ~ L (1965, p. 27; see also HEL'~r~ICHS& I-IE~'c~ANN 1989) was used for calculation. 1 shows the results for the approximate values s of the standard deviation o. Two different methods of analysis were used for determining several components. The mean value of the results of the various methods is then calculated for analyzing the chemical components in the basalt samples. 27 Tab. 1 Absolute error of the methods of analysis employed (approximate value s for the standard deviation o).
Basalt intrusions in evaporites by Bernhard J. Knipping, Ralph B. Phillips