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Rock Crystal

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A variety of Quartz

A transparent colourless variety of quartz.

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Classification of Rock Crystal

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Other Names for Rock Crystal

Alaska DiamondAlencon DiamondBerg-CrystalMountain CrystalUnripe Diamond
Other Languages:
Italian:Cristallo di rocca
Norwegian (Bokmål):Bergkrystall
Brazilian Pebble

Other Information

Health Warning:Quartz is usually quite harmless unless broken or powdered. Broken crystals and masses may have razor-sharp edges that can easily cut skin and flesh. Handle with care. Do not grind dry since long-term exposure to finely ground powder may lead to silicosis.

Internet Links for Rock Crystal

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  • Fine and rare minerals from mintreasure.com
  • Buy rare minerals from Excalibur Minerals
  • Fabre Minerals - search for Rock Crystal specimens
  • SpiriferMinerals.com - high quality low prices
  • Buy from David K Joyce minerals
  • Buy minerals from YourMineralCollection
  • Lapis Mineral Magazin
  • Fine Minerals from Weinrich Minerals, Inc.
  • Search for Rock Crystal on Well-Arranged Molecules
  • Rare and Unusual minerals at Mineralogical Research Company
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