Is ‎Chrysocolla like turquoise?

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‎Chrysocolla is incomparable to turquoise. Make no mistake!

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‎Chrysocolla is incomparable to turquoise. Make no mistake!

Chrysocolla with light blue and Turquoise green is very attractive and is the most famous type of ‎Chrysocolla. Its color is due to the presence of Copper impurities. ‎Although chrysocula may be a lesser-known gemstone, it is still a fascinating gem that many gem and ‎mineral enthusiasts are looking for. ‎

The name Chrysocolla is derived from the two Greek words "chrysos" and "kolla", which mean "gold" and ‎‎"glue", respectively. The reason for this naming is that it is usually used as an agent in Gold soldering but ‎ultimately, the term has become a general reference for any green copper mineral.‎

Chrysocolla is formed in areas containing oxidation of copper deposits and is considered as a small rock of ‎mineral copper. Pure chrysocolla Gemstones are rare.‎

Chrysocolla is often formed with other copper minerals, leading to gemstones with interesting and unique ‎compositions and spotted colors and patterns.‎

Some common mineral compounds are azurite (which Chrysocula often resembles), malachite and ‎turquoise. Chrysocolla may also be composed of light crystalline layers of glossy and polished quartz.Which ‎basically creates a natural double stone (a stone made by joining two stones together).‎

In many cases, quartz crystals may not just remain as crystalline layers and grow along with the rock.‎ Quartz-hybrid compounds are harder and more durable than pure Chrysocolla, which often makes them ‎suitable for use in jewelry.‎

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