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Beryl uses and purposes
Beryl is a well known mineral, although you most likely know it as one of the many gemstones
that is formed from this beryllium aluminium cyclosilicate. Aquamarine and emeralds are two of the most popular forms of
beryl, although there are several other varieties depending
on the chemical inclusions in the stones. Modern uses for beryl
tend to focus on jewelry and art applications. The varieties are very beautiful, and there are six in total.
Beryl contains a very rare element
called beryllium, which is only found in about 100 minerals. That makes it very significant to the scientific community,
although they have also used beryl in a few other applications. One of the most common is the production of wire, although beryl has also been used on space shuttles.
The first recorded use of beryl
was in Egyptian times, although it is suspected that it was used even further back. It has always been considered a precious
stone and is often found in decorative jewelry, weapons and clothing.
many gemstones, the varieties of beryl have various holistic and magical properties associated with them. Emerald is considered
a healing and protection stone, drawing upon the deep green color. Aquamarine is considered a cleansing stone, as well as
a way to enhance psychic powers. Morganite, with its lovely pink hue, is used in the pursuit of love and happiness, as well
as promoting empathy.
the most well-known beryl is emerald, there are actually six different varieties of this mineral. Beryl is one of the few
minerals where impurities are considered a good thing, as they can lead to the spectacular range of colors that the stones
show. Emeralds are the green variety, and the rarest beryl of them all is bixbite, which is a beautiful red. Aquamarine is
considered a semi-precious stone and has a light blue shade. Less known types of beryl are goshenite, which is colorless,
morganite, which is pink and maxixe, which is a much deeper blue.
There are three different types of rock that beryl is commonly formed in. The
first and most prevalent is granitic pegmatites. You can also find it in mica schists as well as limestone. This type of
rock can be found in Colombia, home of the most famous emerald mines, as well as South Africa, Brazil, and the central and western United States.
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