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Bismuth (Synthetic) from Man-made

Bismuth (Synthetic) from Man-made

Mineral:Bismuth (Synthetic)
Description:Iridescent crystals of bismuth in rectangular shapes and spirals. These are grown in a laboratory and have colorful iridescence ranging from blue to purple. Though not strictly a mineral, it is still aesthetic and the geometric shapes are unusual.
Overall Size:7x6x5 cm
Crystals:1-40 mm
Archived: For reference only






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