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- are: ordinary yellow-to-green chrysoberyl, cat's eye or cymophane, and alexandrite. Yellow-green chrysoberyl was referred to as "chrysolite" during the...
- Synthetic alexandrite is an artificially-grown crystaline variety of chrysoberyl, composed of beryllium aluminum oxide (BeAl2O4). The name is also often...
- chromium oxide, which is responsible for alexandrite's characteristic green to red colour change. Alexandrite from the Ural Mountains in Russia is green...
- reported as 68.75% for alexandrite lasers, 71.71% for diode lasers, and 66.96% for IPL. Side effects were reported as 9.5% for alexandrite lasers, 28.9% for...
- Jewelry Industry Council of America updated the list in 1952 by adding Alexandrite for June, citrine for November and pink tourmaline for October. They...
- Day (Philippines) Revolution Day (Sudan) June's birthstones are pearl, alexandrite and moonstone. The birth flowers are rose and honeysuckle. The zodiac...
- reported as 68.75% for alexandrite lasers, 71.71% for diode lasers, and 66.96% for IPL. Side effects were reported as 9.5% for alexandrite lasers, 28.9% for...
- list of famous gemstones follows. Smithsonian museums' Alexandrite, the largest cut alexandrite weighing 65.08 carats. A birthstone. The Dom Pedro – The...
- sapphires are, technically, not synthetic alexandrites but rather alexandrite simulants. This is because genuine alexandrite is a variety of chrysoberyl: not sapphire...
- grey Aquamarine (medium): clear / light blue, or light blue / dark blue Alexandrite (strong): dark red-purple / orange / green Apatite (strong): blue-yellow...
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