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Ward69
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22 November 2018 07:20 pm

About a metre down , smashing found this. After what causes the quartz to dissolve While all the other samples have full Quartz 1542874746_image.jpg thanks Mark

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03 December 2018 03:03 pm

Ward69 wrote:

About a metre down , smashing found this. After what causes the quartz to dissolve While all the other samples have full Quartz https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … _image.jpg thanks Mark

Quartz hasn't dissolved - it simply had open cavities in the vein, or a soluble mineral such as calcite that has dissolved out


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Ward69
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03 December 2018 05:01 pm

thanks Goldierocks thinking calcite getting lots of it now - deeper I go more different type of quartz shapes and cavities are coming up.


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