QAPF diagrams are double ternary diagrams used for magmatic rock classification based on mineralogy.
Quartz and Feldspathoids are opposed on the pointy ends of the diamond, with Alkali feldspar and Plagioclase (feldspar) on the intermediary vertex. That direction indicates from more to less silicate (SiO2) content, leading to formation of one or the other.
The other direction differentiates feldspar types, from Alkali feldspar (Na-K) and Plagioclase (Na-Ca). My problem lies here: Albite (Sodium mineral) is the end of the ranges of BOTH of them, thus I don't know which side it should be considered.
I made some searches on the web but cannot find anything conclusive as some geologists claim one or the other, while most simply don't talk about it. Does anybody have any answer, if possible with reliable sources?