Iron oxide precipitation in agate

Iron oxide precipitation in agate

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Caption: Iron oxide precipitation in agate. The agate forms in layers by the deposition of silica inside a host rock. Impurities in the silica precipitate out, creating the colours and patterns seen here. This relatively common type of pattern, appearing like mountain peaks, is known as a landscape agate.

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