In the earth there are areas where ore, rich in various metals, exist. When superheated saltwater below the earth’s surface is exposed to these deposits of ore, the chlorine contained therein dissolves this concentration of metals. As this aqueous solution of metals rises through cracks in the ocean’s crust and cools, the metals are re-solidified and form various metal deposits including gold.
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