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    Muscovite
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    Coexisting biotite and muscovite: an example from a Moinian mica schist at Glenfinnan, Scottish Highlands
    Compositional evolution of Nb, Ta-oxide minerals from alkalifeldspar muscovite granites Homolka and Šejby, southern Bohemia, and its comparison with other rare-element granites
    Determination of chlorite, muscovite, albite and quartz in claystones and clay shales by infrared spectroscopy and partial least-squares regression
    Homolka hill near Lásenice, a topaz-bearing muscovite granite with Sn-(Nb-Ta) mineralization
    Locality No.7 - Bítovánky near Třebíč : Graphite quartzite with minor V-bearing muscovite and accesory V-rich dravite - Tourmaline mineral: V-rich dravite, dravite
    Locality No.8 - Chýnov near Tábor : Mica-rich rock with Cr-bearing muscovite and accesory Cr-bearing dravite, dravite veinlets in dolomite - Tourmlaine minerals: dravite, Cr-bearing dravite
    Metapegmatites in the western Bohemian massif : Ages of crystallisation and metamorphic overprint, as constrained by U-Pb zircon, monazite, garnet, columbite and Sr-Rb muscovite data
    Metapegmatites in the western Bohemian massif: ages of crystallisation and metamorphic overprint, as constrained by U-Pb zircon, monazite, garnet, columbite and Rb-Sr muscovite data
    Muscovite granite with topas (Homolka type) - an extreme d ifferential in the SW part of Moldanubian pluton central massif (22-23 Veselí n. Lužnicí)
    P-rich muscovite granites - latest product of two-mica granites fractionation in the South Bohemian Pluton
    Rb - Sr dating of the topaz - bearing muscovite granite stock Homolka, Moldnubian Batholith
    Silicic dyke rocks associated with two-mica and muscovite granites of the South Bohemian Pluton
    Study of strongly differentiated muscovite granites (Šejby type) in the Novohradské hory Mts
    Variation in chemical composition of V-bearing muscovite during metamorphic evolution of graphitic quartzites in the Moravian Moldanubicum
    Zonal development of residual kaolin in the muscovite granite of the Smrčiny massif (Fichtgebirge)