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- Fluorite has an attractive cleavage habits and the cleavage, which is perfect and parallel to octahedral faces, can be peeled off in some cases to make a smooth crystal perfect octahedron. Fluorite is known to be one of the famous fluorescent minerals.
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- Puis d'autres cubes de fluorite jaune, verdâtre et de plusieurs couleurs ! » John a mis la main sur un minéral très apprécié des collectionneurs. Autant pour sa rareté dans la région que pour sa fluorescence, un phénomène magique.
- Laser-Stimulated Fluorescence in Paleontology
- Paleontologists also use fluorescence to examine specimens by casting UV light upon a fossil, causing some minerals, such as hydroxyapatite or fluorite, to absorb UV wavelengths and emit light in a different wavelength.
- Using EDXRF for the Determination of Fluorite
- However, conventional EDXRF spectrometers have very poor sensitivity for light elements due to the absorption of low energy fluorescence from elements such as magnesium (Mg, Ka1 = 1.3keV) and fluorine (F, Kα1 = 0.677keV) by thick detector windows.
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