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Translucent Gold or Green Cat's Eye (often confused with qtz. Tiger's Eye, but rarer). Usually clear, green or green/brown, nongreasy. For acquiring more prosperity. Confidence, self-pride, healing. Amplifies other gems.
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- Chrysoberyl BeAl2O4 - RRuff
- Chrysoberyl. BeAl2O4 c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1. Crystal Data: Orthorhombic.
- Chrysoberyl: a gemstone with many faces - GemExpert
- Chrysoberyl: a gemstone with many faces i''i*'l" l.)t. li.
- OCCURRENCE OF CHRYSOBERYL NEAR GOLDEN, COLORADO -'-'
- the deposit were identified as chrysoberyl by the senior author, and the identification ... of chrysoberyl were found, indicated that the dike had been prospected.
- REFINEMENT OF THE CHRYSOBERYL STRUCTUREI E. F. FennBr ...
- Chrysoberyl, AlsBeOr, is isomorphous with olivine; the space group is Pnma, ortho- ... The mineral chrysoberyl is a hard, dense gemstone with interesting.
- Genesis of chrysoberyl in the pegmatites of southern Kerala, India
- Genesis of chrysoberyl in the pegmatites of southern Kerala, India. K. SOMAN AND N.
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- Alexandrite (BeAl 2O 4) is a type of chrysoberyl that was found in the Ural Mountains, Russia in the 1830′s. You may have seen the incredible changing color of this mineral where it appears to be emerald in light and ruby red in darkness.
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- Alexandrite is from the chrysoberyl family which occurs in a range of colours from green and greenish yellow to yellow and brown.