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Wollastonite: The mineral Wollastonite information and ...

Wollastonite occurs in three different forms, depending on its crystallization.Common Wollastonite is known as Wollastonite 1A, indicating that it is one form of Wollastonite that crystallizes in the triclinic system. The "1A" distinguishes it from two rarer forms of Wollastonite, which are scientifically different minerals since they crystallize differently: Wollastonite 2M and Wollastonite 7A.

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FOMS - Wollastonite - Franklin Mineral Information

Much Sterling Hill wollastonite has been found between the 340 and 1600 levels, near the footwall of the east limb; these finds provided the best fluorescent specimens, and substantial quantities have been preserved. Johnson (1990) reported nearly pure end-member wollastonite, associated with titanite from beneath the east limb, on the 1400 level, at the 1060 crosscut. Additionally ...

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WOLLASTONITE-1A - fluomin

Handbook of Fluorescent Gems and Minerals, a practical guide for the gem and mineral collector, Jack de Ment, 1949 , Luminescence Reference on internet: Picking Table Journal, num.2, vol. 45, 2004

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Fluorescence — The Sterling Hill Mining Museum

Calcite (CaCO3), willemite (Zn2SiO4) and wollastonite (CaSiO3) are examples of minerals that in their pure state do not fluoresce, but add a little divalent manganese (Mn2+) and they will fluoresce red, green, and yellow, respectively. Impurity activators in minerals can be single ions, as in the example just mentioned, or polyatomic ions such as disulfide ion (S2-) and the uranyl and ...

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FLUORESCENT WOLLASTONITE SPECIMEN - RocknCrystals

Fluorescent Wollastonite Specimen with very bright Wollastonite. A different Fluorescent Specimen to add to your collection. This mineral is Short Wave UVC Fluorescent. From the Famous location of Stirling Hill Mine where many exotic Fluorescent minerals come from. Location: Sterling Hill Mine, Franklin, New Jersey, USA. Dimensions: 7.1cm x 4.6cm x 4.1cm, 169g. Wollastonite Calcium Silicate ...

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Fluorescent Minerals from SpiritRock Shop

Over 80 fluorescent mineral samples have been taken from these mines. While other great localities can have similar minerals, no location on earth compares with the minerals of Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey. The city of Franklin calls itself "The Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World"! We can't imagine a fluorescent mineral display that does not contain a specimen from Franklin or ...

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Welcome to CaSiO Minerals

Calcite is the most common fluorescent mineral from Franklin and Sterling Hill. It fluoresces red under SW and if you quickly remove the light, it'll flash. Clinohedrite . Click here to view available Clinohedrite specimens. Clinohedrite fluoresces orange (SW) and often forms in veins. Cuspidine. Click here to view available Cuspidine specimens. Cuspidine fluoresces orange to gold (SW) and ...

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8HN-TMA - Wollastonite, Calcite

Fluorescent wollastonite in calcite from the Sterling Mine in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. In this photograph, taken under long wave UV (365 nm), the wollastonite fluoresces dim orange and the calcite shows a dim purple response. This specimen is brightly fluorescent under short wave UV. Photograph was taken using a 6 watt, UVP UVGL-58 lamp. Also see photographs taken under short wave UV and ...

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Wollastonite - Photo Gallery

A very interesting specimen of fluorescent wollastonite in calcite, from Sterling Hill, New Jersey. The wollastonite fluoresces both with the typical golden-yellow fluorescence commonly seen in Sterling Hill specimens, but also with bright orange, in a separate band, on the same piece. The calcite fluoresces a deep rose-red. The size of this specimen is 9 x 6 x 4 cm.

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What is Wollastonite? - Industrial Minerals Association ...

Wollastonite is an industrial mineral comprised chemically of calcium, silicon and oxygen. Its molecular formula is CaSiO3 and its theoretical composition consists of 48.28% CaO and 51.72% SiO2. Natural wollastonite may contain trace or minor amounts of various metal ions such as aluminum, iron, magnesium, potassium and sodium. Wollastonite is rarely found by itself and generally contains ...

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What Are Fluorescent Minerals? - Unfold Answers

Halite is an important mineral of halide group. Its crystal system is isometric and is colourless. Some specimens of halite are fluorescent due to impurities like Zinc and Manganese in their atomic arrangement. 8. Wollastonite (CaSiO3) Wollastonite is a silicate and has a triclinic crystal system. It mostly exists as a white mineral. It is ...

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FOMS - Our Favorite Fluorescent Franklin Minerals

Wollastonite "second find" (yellow-orange), calcite (orange-red), willemite (green) and hardystonite (blue) from Franklin, NJ under shortwave UV light. Photo by Robert A. Boymistruk. Sphalerite (orange, yellow orange, blue, pink), calcite (red to dark red) and willemite (green) from Sterling Hill Mine, Ogdensburg, NJ under longwave UV light ...

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Collecting Fluorescent Minerals - The Basics, Where to ...

11/02/2015  Fluorescent color right away gives a hint of the mineral ID: yellow makes one think of apatites, sphalerite, wollastonite. Red could be calcite, eucryptite, or feldspar. White could mean fluorite, calcite, selenite, or many other carbonates. Point being, fluorescent color helps point us in a direction where other means can narrow the ID to a few possibilities (cleavage, hardness, acid tests ...

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FLUORESCENT WOLLASTONITE SPECIMEN - RocknCrystals

Fluorescent Wollastonite Specimen with very bright Wollastonite. A different Fluorescent Specimen to add to your collection. This mineral is Short Wave UVC Fluorescent. From the Famous location of Stirling Hill Mine where many exotic Fluorescent minerals come from. Location: Sterling Hill Mine, Franklin, New Jersey, USA. Dimensions: 7.1cm x 4.6cm x 4.1cm, 169g. Wollastonite Calcium Silicate ...

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FLUORESCENT WOLLASTONITE ROCK - RocknCrystals

Fluorescent Wollastonite Rock with a little Willemite. A different Fluorescent Specimen to add to your collection. This mineral is Short Wave UVC Fluorescent. Under magnification the little black specks are green translucent with a few metallic specs too. From the Famous location of Stirling Hill Mine where many exotic Fluorescent minerals come from. Location: Sterling Hill Mine, Franklin, New ...

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For Sale - GLOW ROCKS LTD - Fluorescent Minerals, Rocks

Two miniature specimens of fibrous wollastonite with margarosanite from Franklin, NJ. One specimen is solid fibrous wollastonite. The other has some feldspar and margarosanite with it. Under shortwave U.V. light the wollastonite fluoresces yellow-orange, the margarosanite light blue, and the feldspar burgundy. The piece with the margarosanite and feldspar measures 5/8" X 5/16" X 1/4" The other ...

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What is Wollastonite? - Industrial Minerals Association ...

Wollastonite is an industrial mineral comprised chemically of calcium, silicon and oxygen. Its molecular formula is CaSiO3 and its theoretical composition consists of 48.28% CaO and 51.72% SiO2. Natural wollastonite may contain trace or minor amounts of various metal ions such as aluminum, iron, magnesium, potassium and sodium. Wollastonite is rarely found by itself and generally contains ...

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FOMS - Our Favorite Fluorescent Franklin Minerals

Wollastonite "second find" (yellow-orange), calcite (orange-red), willemite (green) and hardystonite (blue) from Franklin, NJ under shortwave UV light. Photo by Robert A. Boymistruk. Sphalerite (orange, yellow orange, blue, pink), calcite (red to dark red) and willemite (green) from Sterling Hill Mine, Ogdensburg, NJ under longwave UV light ...

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What Are Fluorescent Minerals? - Unfold Answers

Halite is an important mineral of halide group. Its crystal system is isometric and is colourless. Some specimens of halite are fluorescent due to impurities like Zinc and Manganese in their atomic arrangement. 8. Wollastonite (CaSiO3) Wollastonite is a silicate and has a triclinic crystal system. It mostly exists as a white mineral. It is ...

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THE MINERAL WOLLASTONITE - Amethyst Galleries

Wollastonite is a common mineral in skarns or contact metamorphic rocks. Skarns can sometimes produce some wonderfully rare and exotic minerals with very unusual chemistries. However, wollastonite has no unusual elements in its chemistry and it is somewhat common and not considered very exotic among collectors. Wollastonite forms from the interaction of limestones, that contain

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e-Rocks Mineral Auctions

Fluorescent Wollastonite (yellow) on matrix. Photos in UV LW and natural light. Most Common Fluorescent Activator: Mn2+ Other activators: Cr3+ , Fe3+ Mineral Data. What's on the rock. Wollastonite. Formula: CaSiO 3. Strunz: 9.DG.05. Hardness: 4.5 - 5.0. Streak: White. See Sellers Other Items. Seller Information . Classic Rocks and Gems. Payment options: offline, paypal_wpp,

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Wollastonite-1A Mineral Data

McDougall Minerals Google Search for Wollastonite-1A Mineral News Website Link Rock and Mineral Shows Google Search for Wollastonite-1A Weinrich Minerals, Inc. Google Search for Wollastonite-1A. Ask about Wollastonite-1A here : Ask-A-Mineralogist from the Mineralogical Society of America Mindat's Discussion Groups Original Rockhounds Discussion Group Rockhounds Discussion

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FLUORESCENT WOLLASTONITE SPECIMEN - Sydney

Fluorescent Wollastonite Specimen with very bright Wollastonite. For Sale AUD$. A different Fluoro to add to your collection. Short Wave UVC Fluorescent.

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wollastonite eBay

Wollastonite fluorescent mineral Sterling Hill Mine, near Franklin, NJ. C $6.26. Time left 5d 15h left. 1 bid. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller From United States. S p o n s o r e d. FLUORESCENT : WOLLASTONITE - Sterling Hill Mine - Ogdensburg, New Jersey. Pre-Owned. C $12.47. Time left 3d 12h left. 1 bid. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller +C $68.47 shipping. From United States. S p o n s o r ...

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NaturesRainbows Fluorescent Minerals, Rocks ...

Fluorescent minerals are often called "Glow Rocks". They glow, or fluoresce, under ultraviolet light and emit longer wavelength visible light (Stoke's shift).Invisible UV light from ordinary black lights, LW LEDs, or shortwave mineral lights cause this fluorescence (also called luminescence).

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