Emerald

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Synthetic Structure : Be3(Al,Cr)2Si6O18 [Beryllium Aluminum Silicate]

Hardness : 7.5 – 8.0

Particular Gravity (Thickness) : 2.68 – 2.80 (g/cm3)

Refractive File : 1.572 – 1.600 Uniaxial ( – )

Emerald is the green shading assortment of the Beryl group of minerals that incorporates Sea green/(blue), Bixbite (red), Goshenite (vapid), Heliodor (yellow), Morganite (pink) and Pezzottaite (pink/red). Emerald gets its green shading from hints of cromium added to the essential Beryl equation. Emerald is found in numerous areas around the globe. Presumably the best known is the Muzo Mine in Columbia. This mine delivered a 16,020 carat gem! Emeralds from this area are by and large considered the best shading for Emerald. Emerald was mined at Ruler Cleopatra’s Old Egyptian emerald mine

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