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very great contrast in their viscosities and the slow diffusion rates of HzO in silicate melts (Burnham, I967). Thus the main influx of water from the sediments most likely occurred following fracturing in the crinanites when the sill was substantially consolidated. Acknowledgements.doi:10.1180/minmag.1977.041.320.22 fatcat:bwju4clu2zgqvdsmq2o7hnxpiq