Data from study of inclusions in vein minerals indicate that there are two main classes of solutions of crystallization: one is aqueous, with either a high salt content or a high carbon dioxide content, and the other is apparently siliceous, but with some water content. Both types fill inclusions to such a degree that the solutions at the time of crystallization must have had liquid, not gaseous, solvent properties.

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