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Smithsonite

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Light blue, pink, or lavendar fuzzy bubbles. Harmonizes and aligns heart, throat, and brow chakras for smoother communications, leadership, perceptiveness and depth in relationships, and expansion into new areas. Meditation clarity, and receptiveness. Insight via dreams, dream recall. Versatile; Historically works well in many areas, especially throat chakra, nose, lymph, immunity; tissue elasticity. Chakra corresponds with stone color.

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Smithsonite ZnCO3
Smithsonite. ZnCO3 c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1. Crystal Data: Hexagonal.
ST. PAT'S AND THE LEGEND OF THE C. T. BROWN SMITHSONITE
T. Brown smithsonite, specimen no. gem-green smithsonite from the nearby Kelly mine.
The Story of Smithsonite
Smithsonite is a native zinc carbonate, ZuCO3, this mineral is named after James founded the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C.
SMITHSONITE FROM BROKEN HILL MINE, RHODESIA* ConlrBr
The Stability of Smithsonite
spread zinc ores are sphalerite (ZnS), smithsonite (ZnCOa), hemimorphite. (( ZnOH)•.

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Smithsonite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Smithsonite, or zinc spar, is zinc carbonate (ZnCO3), a mineral ore of zinc.
Smithsonite: Smithsonite mineral information and data.
Smithsonite is often found as a secondary mineral in the oxidization zone of zinc ore deposits.
Smithsonite Mineral Data
Comments: Purple transparent crystals of creedite to 6 mm on matrix of creamy botryoidal crystalline smithsonite.
SMITHSONITE (Zinc Carbonate)
Smithsonite is named for James Smithson, the founder of the Smithsonian Institution.
Smithsonite
Smithsonite is a very beautiful mineral. It was formerly called calamine. Smithsonite belongs to the calcite group.