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Aquaprase

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Formula:
SiO2
A variety of Chalcedony

A bluish green chalcedony, colored by chromium and nickel, is marketed under the trade name “Aquaprase.” Origin is an unspecified locality in Africa.
The colour is due to one or more Cr- and/or Ni-bearing phases on the grain boundaries of quartz.


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Formula:
SiO2

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