Bile crystal is the gas, liquid or graphite particles that crystals enter instantaneously during the formation process. The liquid inside is the "holy water" of thousands of years ago, and bubbles can flow in the liquid. Water crystal is high-temperature crystal (β-quartz). The formation temperature is above 579°C. The crystal size is generally only 1 to 5 cm. The supply of silicon dioxide is insufficient. The crystal has voids and contains water, gas or other. particle.
The size of the bubbles can be seen in the inclusions ranging from a few millimeters to 3 centimeters, where the liquid accounts for about half of the total volume of the bubbles. "A bottle of dissatisfaction, half a bottle sloshing", gently shaking, water droplets, very interesting, and often graphite particles floating on the water, shaking when jumping up and down, like flying mosquitoes, become a clear sign.