Iridescence in labradorite rock

Iridescence in labradorite rock

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Caption: Iridescence in labradorite rock. Iridescent colours on a cut crystalline labradorite surface. Labradorite is an aluminium silicate that also contains sodium and calcium. It is a member of the feldspar group of minerals. The crystalline structure of the rock causes the iridescence seen here.

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Keywords: aluminium silicate, colour, colours, crystal, crystalline, cut, earth science, feldspar, geological, geology, iridescence, iridescent, labradorite, mineral, pattern, patterned, patterns, polished, rock, rocks, section, sectioned, semi-precious, stone, surface

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