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Corrigendum to “Petrology and geochemistry of multiphase post-granitic dikes: A case study from the Gabal Serbal area, Southwestern Sinai, Egypt”

  • Mohamed S. Kamar , Ibrahim A. Salem , Ibrahim E. El-Aassy , Abdu A. El-Sayed , Hamdy A. Awad EMAIL logo , Huseyin Ozan Tekin EMAIL logo , Abdullah M. Alzahrani and El Saeed R. Lasheen
From the journal Open Chemistry

Corrigendum to: Kamar M, Salem I, El-Aassy I, El-Sayed A, Awad H, Tekin H, Alzahrai A, Lasheen E. Petrology and geochemistry of multiphase post-granitic dikes: A case study from the Gabal Serbal area, Southwestern Sinai, Egypt. Open Chemistry. 2022;20(1):169–81.

After publishing the article, the authors noticed that there is a mistake in one of the authors name (Abdullah M. Alzahrani).

It is given as: Mohamed S. Kamar, Ibrahim A. Salem, Ibrahim E. El-Aassy, Abdu A. El-Sayed, Hamdy A. Awad, Huseyin Ozan Tekin, Abdullah M. Alzahrai and El Saeed R. Lasheen.

It should be changed as: Mohamed S. Kamar, Ibrahim A. Salem, Ibrahim E. El-Aassy, Abdu A. El-Sayed, Hamdy A. Awad, Huseyin Ozan Tekin, Abdullah M. Alzahrani and El Saeed R. Lasheen.

A position in the reference list has been cited incorrectly:

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Received: 2022-03-16
Revised: 2022-03-16
Accepted: 2022-03-17
Published Online: 2022-04-06

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