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FLUORESCENT HYALITE OPAL 30

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A Fluorescent Hyalite Opal.   This is a superb Aussie specimen to grace your collection.  Rare to come by at this quality.  Fluorescent Green under UVC light.

Location:
Squaretop Mountain, Queensland, Australia.

Dimensions:
6.5cm x 5.5cm x 3.4cm, 95g.

Hyalite
SiO2 · nH2O.

A colourless variety of Opal.  Hyalite is opal, an amorphous silica glass containing about 3-8% water.  Hyalite occurs as globular and botryoidal masses and irregular crusts.  Found in volcanic and pegmatite environments where the silica deposits from the gas phase.  It often shows a strong green fluorescence in UV light.

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FLUORESCENT HYALITE OPAL 30FLUORESCENT HYALITE OPAL 30

A Fluorescent Hyalite Opal 30.   This is a superb Aussie specimen to grace your collection.  Rare to come by at this quality.  Fluorescent Green under UVC light.

Location:
Squaretop Mountain, Queensland, Australia.

Dimensions:
cm x cm x cm, g.

Hyalite
SiO2 · nH2O.

A colourless variety of Opal.  Hyalite is opal, an amorphous silica glass containing about 3-8% water.  Hyalite occurs as globular and botryoidal masses and irregular crusts.  Found in volcanic and pegmatite environments where the silica deposits from the gas phase.  It often shows a strong green fluorescence in UV light.

Check out more Fluorescent Specimens here.

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