Whats the boiling point of Clear Quartz?

Can anyone tell me the boiling point of clear rock quartz crystal in degrees F?

I'm trying to debunk a miners claim that his naturally formed quartz crystals have "titanium gas inclusions" which would seem impossible. I would think that the almost 6000 degrees F needed to turn titanium into a gas would also destroy the clear quartz points. I doubt that a quartz forming hydrothermal vug could even produce such a temp.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Quartz =Silica:

    Melting point 1650 (±75) °C

    Boiling point 2230 °C

    F=CX1.8 + 32

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