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Diameter, mm (1mm - 0,039inch)

Fluorescent Minerals (UV) "Stilbite"

Stilbite is a low-temperature mineral from the zeolite family. It occurs in the voids of rocks of volcanic origin. It is used in industry as a natural filter for gases and liquids.

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Physical properties of Stilbite

Category Tectosilicate, Zeolite
(repeating unit)
Stilbite-Ca: NaCa4(Si27Al9)O72·28(H2O)
Stilbite-Na: Na9(Si27Al9)O72·28(H2O)
IMA symbol Stb
Strunz classification 9.GE.10 (10 ed)
8/J.23-30 (8 ed)
Dana classification
Crystal system Monoclinic,
also triclinic and orthorhombic
Crystal class Prismatic (2/m)
(same H-M symbol)
Space group C2/m (monoclinic)
Amma (orthorhombic)
Formula mass Stilbite-Ca: 2,840 g/mol
Stilbite-Na: 2,864 g/mol
Color Usually colorless, white or pink
Crystal habit Thin tabular, aggregates sheaf-like or in bow-ties, also fibrous and globular.
Twinning Very common on {001}
Cleavage Perfect on {010}
Fracture Conchoidal or uneven
Tenacity Brittle
Mohs scale hardness 3+12 to 4
Luster Vitreous, pearly on {010}
Streak White
Diaphaneity Transparent to translucent
Specific gravity 2.12 to 2.22
Optical properties Biaxial (-)
Refractive index Nx = 1.479 to 1.492, Ny = 1.485 to 1.500, Nz = 1.489 to 1.505[2][3] Nx = 1.484 to 1.500, Ny = 1.492 to 1.507, Nz = 1.494 to 1.513[4][5]
Fusibility Easily fused by blowpipe (~1050 °C) to produce a white "enamel"[6]
Solubility Decomposes in HCl
Code: 3743
Sokolovskoye deposit, Kostanay region, Kazakhstan

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Code: 3745
Sokolovskoye deposit, Kostanay region, Kazakhstan

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Code: 3746
Sokolovskoye deposit, Kostanay region, Kazakhstan

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Code: 3747
Sokolovskoye deposit, Kostanay region, Kazakhstan

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