UV Reactive Druzy Columnar Calcite Cluster Specimen
This striking calcite specimen is a true beauty! Under normal light conditions, it appears as solid gray columns of calcite. But when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light, it transforms into a fiery orange hue. This phenomenon is caused by calcite's property of fluorescence, which refers to its ability to absorb UV light and then emit visible light of a different color.
L: 1.90" x W: 3.70" x H: 3.20"
Fujian Province, Southeastern Coast of China
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