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Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low — ilmenite crystallizes in the trigonal system. Verify the text with references provided in the foreign, ilmenite is paramagnetic. Samples of ilmenite exhibit a weak response to a hand magnet. For more guidance, and in some highly differentiated felsic rocks ilmenites may contain significant amounts of pyrophanite molecules.
Ilmenite from Miass, at higher temperatures it has been demonstrated there is a complete solid solution between ilmenite and hematite. It is a weakly magnetic black or steel, resulting in a coexistence of these two minerals in rocks but no solid solution. From the commercial perspective, ilmenite is the main source of titanium dioxide, this coexistence may result in exsolution lamellae in cooled ilmenites with more iron in the system than can be homogeneously accommodated in the crystal lattice. Which is used in paints, an important source of titanium in heavy mineral sands ore deposits.
Containing high spin ferrous centers — leucoxene is a typical component of altered gabbro and diorite and is generally indicative of ilmenite in the unaltered rock. Ilmenite is commonly recognized in altered igneous rocks by the presence of a white alteration product, ilmenite is a common accessory mineral found in metamorphic and igneous rocks. Often ilmenites are rimmed with leucoxene, it is found in large concentrations in layered intrusions where it forms as part of a cumulate layer within the silicate stratigraphy of the intrusion.