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Satyamani Natural Energised Apophyllite Aura Cleaning Cluster

SKU: SMAS4047N
Color : White/Peach
Dimension : 10.5x5x2 cm
MRP : INR 3,000.00
SP : INR 2,400.00
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Satyamani Natural Energised Apophyllite Aura Cleaning Cluster is a Hydrated Potassium Calcium Sodium Silicate Fluoride Hydroxide the classification of the crystal depends on the amount of the different minerals in the crystal.

Satyamani Natural Energised Apophyllite Aura Cleaning Cluster is a Hydrated Potassium Calcium Sodium Silicate Fluoride Hydroxide the classification of the crystal depends on the amount of the different minerals in the crystal. For example the Fluorapophyllite has higher levels of fluoride in its composition than Hydroxyapophyllite which has higher levels of Hydroxide than the others Apophyllite is a group of three minerals; Fluorapophyllite is by far the most abundant and colourful of the three and is usually what is referred to when a specimen is just labeled apophyllite. Hydroxyapophyllite is also relatively common, but specimens typically lack any colour. Natroapophyllite which is quite rare and usually brown it is found at only a few localities. These crystals can be found in India, USA, Brazil, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Mexico, Canada, Iceland, Norway, Germany and Japan. (Rest of the details will send you along with the product) Note: these are natural stones so there may be the difference in color and in drawing of the stone as per their occurrence in the nature. The stones have grains in them which are due to their crystal structure. These are natural stones so they are not completely finished some cracks and holes are there due to the variation of hardness in stones. You will get 100% similar product as per the availability in the stock.

DISCLAIMER: No claims are made on metaphysical properties of this stone. These literature is collected from writings, books, folklore and various sources. The actual product may slightly vary from picture as these are natural stone and no two stones can same in pattern.

Chemical Formula

Apophyllite-KF: KCa4Si8O20(F,OH) · 8(H2O)
Apophyllite-KOH: KCa4Si8O20(OH,F) · 8(H2O)
Apophyllite-NaF: NaCa4Si8O20F · 8(H2O)

Composition

Hydrous calcium potassium fluoro-hydroxyl-silicate. The ratio fluorine to hyroxyl varies among two group members, and the potassium is replaced with sodium in another member.

Variable Formula

Apophyllite Group: (K,Na)Ca4Si8O20(F,OH) · 8(H2O)

Color

Colorless, white, gray, green, brown. Rarely pink, purple, red, or orange.

Streak

White

Hardness

4.5 - 5

Crystal System

Tetragonal

 
         
         

Crystal Forms 
and Aggregates

Crystals are most often in cubic-shaped crystals, with distinctive triangular corners. Commonly in perfect, pseudocubic or rectangular crystals, as well as sharply pointed prismatic pyramidal crystals that are usually doubly terminated. Also tabular, blocky, in cubic groups, in platy clusters, druzy, and instalactitic formations of crystals. An unusual habit is in blocky radiating sprays and rounded groupings resembling disco balls. Crystals are almost always striated.

(Note: Apophyllite-(KF) and Apophyllite-(KOH) both crystallize in the tetragonal crystal system, whereas Apophyllite-(NaF) crystallizes in the orthorhombic system.)

Transparency

Transparent to translucent

Specific Gravity

2.3 - 2.4

Luster

Vitreous to greasy. Pearly on cleavage surfaces.

Cleavage

1,1

Fracture

Uneven

Tenacity

Brittle

Other ID Marks

Occasionally fluorescent yellow or white.

Complex Tests

Exfoliates and becomes fluorescent when heated.

In Group

Silicates; Phyllosilicates

Striking Features

Crystal habits and mode of occurrence.

Environment

Mostly in volcanic rock, within basalt and in seams in diabase. Also in low temperature metamorphicveins in gneiss and in cavities in pegmatite dikes.

Rock Type

Igneous

Popularity (1-4)

2

Prevalence (1-3)

1

Demand (1-3)

2

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