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1. Scavenging of gold during metamorphic devolatilization is a widely accepted model for fluid and metal sourcing in orogenic gold deposits.

2. Chlorite dehydration is the most important process in metal extraction, with up to 2 ppb Au, 1.5 ppm Cu, 1 ppm Pb and 2 ppm Zn (as proportions of bulk rock) being extracted from a pelite by autogenous fluids upon crossing the greenschist–amphibolite facies boundary.

3. Prograde metamorphism is an efficient mechanism for generating Au-bearing ore fluids: most Au can be extracted during chlorite dehydration from a source rock of average pelitic composition.

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