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Sapphire - Wikipedia

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Sapphire is a gemstone variety of the mineral corundum, an aluminium oxide It is typically blue ... of elements such as iron, titanium, chromium, copper, or magnesium present during formation are re...

How sapphires are formed - Extreme Science

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It is the second hardest natural mineral known to man. Aluminum Oxide, as it is known in mineralogy circles, is formed by both volcanic processes deep in the ...

How sapphires are formed - Asian Gem Centre

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Formation. The sapphire (and ruby) are actually corundum. Like most gemstones, the corundum is a colorless mineral formed from aluminum oxide (Al2O3).

How Sapphires Are Formed - Sapphire Ring Co.

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The making of a natural Sapphire & Ruby No one is exactly sure how long ago sapphires and rubies were formed. But we do know that the sapphires which are  ...

Sapphire Mining | A Guide To The World's Sapphire Mines

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See where and how sapphires are mined, understand the process from mine to gemstone and find out where sapphires come from.

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Mar 5, 2015 ... How gems like quartz, amethyst, sapphire, ruby and emerald are formed on earth . Kuvars, ametist, safir, yakut, ve zümrüt gibi kıymetli taşlar ...

How Sapphires Are Formed | Our Everyday Life

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Sapphires, like any naturally occurring gemstone, are formed by the different shifts, mixings and chemical changes that are constantly taking place in the earth.

How do sapphires form? - UCSB Science Line - University of ...

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Sapphire is the name for the mineral corundum when it is blue in color. ... Coarse grained igneous rocks are formed when molten rock cools slowly under the ...

Ruby and Sapphire: Gems of the Mineral Corundum - Geology.com

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Red corundum is a ruby. Blue is a sapphire. Any other color is a fancy sapphire. Synthetic corundums offer consumers stones of great color and clarity at ...

Australian Sapphire Formation - Australian Sapphires

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The conventional theory has it that the formation of the Central Queensland and the Lava Plains sapphire resources is the result of major extrusions or emissions  ...