Table 4

Summary of SO3 Compositions of Igneous Apatite from Chilean and Other Porphyry and IOCG Deposits

LocalityDeposit typeSO3 (wt %) Source
MinimumMaximumAverages.d.n
Carmen de AndacolloPorphyry Cu-Au0.050.810.250.1769This study
ProductoraTransitional IOCG0.020.070.040.0214This study
CandelariaIOCG0.020.090.030.0232This study
CasualidadIOCG0.020.080.030.0230This study
YeringtonPorphyry Cu0.260.990.600.364Streck and Dilles (1998)
Santo Tomas II (Philex)Porphyry Cun.a.0.450.300.07n.a.Imai (2002)
Santo Tomas II (Philex)Porphyry Cun.a.0.620.250.07n.a.Imai (2002)
CliftonPorphyry Cun.a.0.760.290.14n.a.Imai (2002)
CliftonPorphyry Cun.a.0.480.270.08n.a.Imai (2002)
Bumolo (Waterhole)Porphyry Cun.a.0.590.210.15n.a.Imai (2002)
Camp 6 (Black Mountain)Porphyry Cun.a.0.480.120.09n.a.Imai (2002)
DizonPorphyry Cun.a.0.570.170.08n.a.Imai (2002)
TaysanPorphyry Cun.a.0.550.200.11n.a.Imai (2002)
DuolongPorphyry Cu-Au0.440.82n.a.n.a.n.a.Li et al. (2012)
Mt. IsaIOCGn.a.n.a.0.130.09n.a.Piccoli and Candela (2002)
Mt. IsaIOCGn.a.n.a.0.07n.a.n.a.Belousova et al. (2002)
TjårrojåkkaIOCG0.020.130.080.03n.a.Edfelt (2007)
Se-ChahunIOCG (IOA)<0.030.11n.a.n.a.n.a.Bonyadi et al. (2011)
  • n.a. = data not available, s.d. = standard deviation