Fluid Inclusions in Rock

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Fluid Inclusions in Rock

Postby zenas » Oct 11, 2005 5:14 pm

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Fluid inclusions in rock and ore material are tiny pockets of liquid or gas trapped within rock as it crystallizes. A talk scheduled on Sunday at the Geological Society of America conference in Salt Lake City will discuss the latest research on fluid inclusions and what can be expected from future research as well.

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