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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.