|Abstract:The Tan-Lu Fault Belt (TLFB) is the most important deep fault zone in east China and even northeast Asia on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean. Controlling the magmatic activities in eastern China and the main solid mineral (e.g., gold polymetallic, diamond, etc.) and energy (oil and gas, uranium, coal, etc.) resources, the southern segment of the fault is also called the Yi-Shu fault belt, on the east side of the fault zone the most important gold ore belt in China, the Jiaodong gold ore belt is distributed, and on the west side there the Mengyin kimberlite clusters hosting the diamond ore, and the oilfeilds such as the Shengli Oilfield, are occurred. Thus the research on TLFB is of great theoretical and economic importance. By using Automatic Mineral Identification & Characterization System (AMICS) under support of the Field emission scanning electron microscopy, the authors have identified out typical mineral assemblages for the rocks from deep-source magmatic activities, such as kimberlite belts, carbonatites-alkali complexes, mainly including (1) the typical mineral assemblage of the kimberlite is pyrope + andradite + perovskite + phlogopite + chromite + chromium-rich magnetite ± chlinohumite ±native silicon ± diamond etc., and its alteration mineral combination：phlogopite + titanium-rich magnetite + ilmenite + titanium-rich spinel, etc., and for the first time observed native silicon, This kind of mineral paragenesis fully reflects the strong reduced deep fluid conditions; (2) the typical mineral combination of carbonate-alkaline complexes is calcite + bastnaesite + parisite, and its alteration mineral combination：barite + celestine + dolomite, etc. In carbonatites and alkaline complexes, a rare metals (Au, Co, Pt, Ru, Os, Ir, Re, etc.) mineralization is also observed, the accumulation degree of this kind of metals can reach tens of thousands of times of abundance of the earth''s crust in east China, and no negative geochemical anomalies of the metals are occurred surrounding the mineralized area, showing that this kind of element enrichment is sourced from deep geological fluid. The magma characteristics of deep source in the southern part of the Tan-Lu fault belt (Yi-Shu fault belt) and the mineral assemblages of its rapid quantitative analysis provide some references for mineralogical research for deep exploration and studies, which is difficult to approached accurately in the past.