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The term “fluorescence” was derived from the mineral fluorite, where the phenomenon was first observed. Since then, over 500 minerals have been identified to exhibit some form of fluorescence. While only between 10 and 15 percent of all minerals fluoresce, some are much more common than others. Calcite is probably the most common and can fluoresce in a variety of colors. Aragonite, sodalite,...
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Use their shortwave UV lights to help spread the of the virus. Please visit our links section for additional information regarding shortwave UV effectiveness and other. Ultraviolet Tools specializes in ultraviolet radiation for fluorescent mineral hobby Fortunately most fluorescent minerals only respond to shortwave ultraviolet. This. Specific wavelegth of UV radiation is in the UVC range of...
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Celebrate nature, history and science by discovering how minerals and mining history affect each of us. 60 mins from the NYC Metro Area in Franklin, NJ. Research on the local geology and minerals never stops at the Franklin Mineral Museum. A wide range of geological, mineralogical,...
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Come have a fun scientific adventure with our underground mine tour. Along the way you will visit our two museums, go inside the mine itself and see mining equipment, a drilling and blasting demonstration, and the world famous fluorescent “Rainbow Tunnel" among many other enticing displays. Our...
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To the fascinating world of fluorescent minerals. A unique and vast collection awaits your exploration. Whether you are new to the world of rock collecting or you are a seasoned rock hound, you will find fluorescent minerals both rare and interesting. Stroll through the various pages and you may...
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Way Too Cool specializes in custom ultraviolet (UV) lamps for fluorescent rock, gem, and mineral collectors. Shop everything from handheld UV flashlights to our custom built UV lamps. Way Too Cool LLC is a manufacturer of custom, built-to-order, ultraviolet (UV) lamp fixtures. For more than 20 years, our lamps have been an indispensable tool for fluorescent rock & mineral collecting. Other uses...
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Here’s a coupon for $1 off admission to the show. Come see the displays of Rocks and Minerals. Retailers will be selling rocks, fossils, cabochons, jewelry, beads and much more. Showmerockhounds.com. Scyphocrinites elegans: Crinoid with lobolith float Upper Silurian Period, Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morroco. Fairburn Agate from South Dakota, photographed under white light, then under longwave UV...
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Larger rocks and Display minerals for sale, great minerals at low price, large minerals, low prices. 11.0" - 9 Lbs. 6 oz. Huge Gorgeous Rare White QUARTZ Crystal Centerpiece! Mouse-over to see 2nd photo or Click to see 4 or 5 Views! (Click for 6 Views) 9.75" - 9 Lbs. 3 oz. Huge Heavy Deep Blue LAPIS Lazuli lots of Pyrite (Afghanistan) - Seldom seen anymore! (Click for 5 Views!) 7.5" - Rare Blue...
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Once a year special access fluorescent rock discovery event. Hosted by Franklin Mineral Museum. Celebrate nature, history and science by discovering how minerals and mining history affect each of us. 60 mins from the NYC Metro Area in Franklin, NJ. It appears that your browser does not support FRAMES on web pages. Dig and find fluorescent rocks and minerals at the Super Diggg.
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Franklin Mineral Rock And Gem in Franklin, NJ sells rare rocks and minerals. Contact us for a quote or an appraisal today. Add to your collection of mineral rocks by purchasing them from Franklin Mineral Rock And History in Franklin, NJ. We offer various types and specimens of Mineral Rocks that can be displayed, appreciated, and serve as a great conversation piece. These Mineral Rocks can be...
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We sell the gem stone Chrysoprase, Radioactive and fluorescent Autunite and Fluorescent Haylite & Calcite which we mine in Washington State, USA. We will leave the web site up for awhile for those who use the pictures and information, and as a way to contact us. We are selling our mining claims if anyone is interested in an exciting hobby that does make money. We thank you for the years of fun...
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For this website I am using the database programming found at Mineralshows.com. You will see the available images posted through that domain but if you return to this page you will only find links to minerals that are fluorescent under Short Wave Ultraviolet light. Minerals from Franklin, New Jersey- You can't have a fluorescent mineral page without some pieces from Franklin. For this update I...
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Fluorescent minerals from Greenland and the World. Tugtupite, Hackmanite, and other rare species a specialty. Nature's Rainbows is a non-commercial web site maintained entirely by volunteer hobbyists and contributors. Our mission is to provide information about UV and luminescence, premium fluorescent mineral photos, and a fluorescent mineral database for the enjoyment of FL mineral...
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To view a larger picture and a description click on the link below each thumbnail picture. Rocks may appear more bright or dim depending on individual computer monitor settings. These pictures were taken with a Superbright and so the rocks may not be as bright under smaller lights. The shopping cart feature has become somewhat unreliable. If it doesn't seem to be working or you never get a...
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After careful study of Wurtzite crystals found in the septaria at Negley, several different mutations can be readily identified. The most typical mutations are illustrated in the figure to the right. Mutations occur in both trigonal and hexagonal crystal systems and can be observed in several habits. Notch mutations(1) are a most common occurrence in Wurtzite from this locality. Crystals...
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Franklin Borough – a small town with a big heart: incorporated in 1913; located in Sussex County in beautiful Northwestern NJ; having a population of just under 5,000 people with an area of 4.6 square miles; designated by the NJ legislature as the “Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World”; widely recognized for its mining history and rich zinc and iron ore bodies containing more than 150...
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