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1. Glossary of Terms for Alexandrite Gemstone Buyer and Collector's Guide
Glossary of terms that have been discussed or mentioned at Alexandrite gemstone buyer and collectors guide
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2. Alexandrite Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions about alexandrite gemstone identification and value.
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3. Alexandrite Synthetics and Imitations
Guide to synthetic alexandrite production, alexandrite imitations and the differences between natural and synthetic alexandrite
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4. Alexandrite Buyer's Guide
Comprehensive guide for buying and evaluating alexandrite gemstones
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5. Methods of Producing Synthetic Alexandrite
Information about melt and flux techniques used for the synthetic alexandrite manufacturing
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6. A Bibliography of Alexandrite Gemstone Buyer and Collector's Guide
An annotated bibliography of Alexandrite Gemstone Buyer and Collector's Guide
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7. Synthetic gemstone growth techniques
Information about melt, solution growth and vapour deposition techniques used for synthetic gemstones manufacturing
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8. Corundum
An aluminum oxide, it occurs as shapeless grains and masses (emery), rhombohedral crystals. Ruby contains traces of chromium oxide, when red and Fe2O3, which modified the color. The color of sapphire results from a combination of titanium and iron oxides,
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9. Different colors of alexandrite at Alexandrite discussion forums | Alexandrite guide
Different colors of alexandrite at Alexandrite discussion forums | Alexandrite guide
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10. Chrysoberyl
A hard, important gem mineral, of which alexandrite and cymophane are two varieties. Occasionally a greenish chatoyancy can be seen which was formerly known as cymophane, but is now called chrysoberyl cat's eye, or oriental cat's eye, when cut en cabochon
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