Excerpt from The Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. 10: 1911, 1912, 1913
Alfred C. Lane, State Geologist of Michigan, has worked out much the same theory to account for the great iron deposits of Michigan. In the Journal Of the Canadian Inst., Vol. XII, p. 1... 9, he says: Now we know that Chlorine and Chloride of Iron are attendant on many volcanoes and volcanic eruptions so that we should certainly keep a place for chlorides among the possible salts.
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