CLINOCHLORE SERAPHINITE - Korshunovskiy open pit, Irkutsk, Russia
A slab of green, chatoyant Clinochlore variety Seraphinite, polished to shine on both sides, with brown minor iron oxides (Hematite). The specimen has unidentified mineral and fluoresces white in both short and long UV waves.
from Korshunovskoye iron deposit (Korzunovskoe iron deposit; Korshunovskiy mine; Korshunovskiy open pit), Zheleznogorsk (Korshunikha), Irkutsk Oblast, Russia
Measures approximately 2.5 x 1.75 x 0.25 inch, 1.51 oz / 63 x 44 x 6 mm, 43g
This type of Clinochlore comes from only one location on the entire world - from beautiful and mighty Russia.
Price: 60.00 USD
Item # A0010621
To show the fluorescent response the specimen was illuminated using 6 watt 254nm (Short Wave) / 366nm (Long Wave) UVGL-58 lamp (you need a proper UV light source to observe the fluorescence, more power lamp = brighter response).