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Rock Crystal

A variety of Quartz

A transparent colourless variety of quartz.

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Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Chlorite Group121 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Chlorite Group on
Calcite93 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Calcite on
Hematite58 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Hematite on
Albite55 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Albite on
Fluorite43 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Fluorite on
Siderite35 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Siderite on
Rutile34 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Rutile on
Pericline29 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Pericline on
Adularia27 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Adularia on
Pyrite23 photos of Rock Crystal associated with Pyrite on

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Health Risks:
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.

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