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(With iron) One of the most grounding stones in use today. Used for focus, practicality, logic, memory, clearing fuzzy thinking/scatteredness, etc. like Hematite. Helps Yellow Chakra: Stomach, intestines, ulcers; sulfur and mineral assimilation, circulation, body acidity imbalances, depression, illusions/lack of clarity about situations/people. Great for grounding spaciness after meditation/psychic readings. Represents Sun's golden energy.
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- Pyrite was a favourite of alchemists, who sought to transmute it into gold. It was popular with explorers, too, who used pyrite “treasure” to bamboozle investors.
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- There are several minerals which are sometimes mistaken for gold, but the two which are most apt to give rise to deception in this matter are pyrites and mica, and hence they are sometimes called fool's gold.
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- The research team headed by Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Cary Pint and led by graduate student Anna Douglas became interested in iron pyrite because it is one of the most abundant materials in the earth's surface. It is produced in raw ...
- "Fool's gold" nanocrystals present cheap, abundant alternative to lithium in
- The prototype battery uses nanocrystals composed of iron sulfide, better known as pyrite or "fool's gold", as the cathode, sodium as the electrolyte and magnesium for the anode.
- Fool's gold could mean faster-charging batteries
- When lithium ions enter the prototype battery they react with the iron pyrite molecules -- which are comprised of one iron atom and two sulfur atoms -- to form lithium sulphur, and the iron atom moves out.