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Adamite

from various origins

Mineral from zinc and arsenic deposits.

Chemistry : Zn2OHAsO4
System : Orthorhombic

Aegyrine

from various origins

The aegirine pyroxene is characteristic of alkaline rocks.

Chemistry : NaFeSi2O6
System : Monoclinic

Agate

from various origins

Agate is a chalcedony variety with various colors. 

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Agatized Fossils

Fossils transformed into agate during hydrothermal process. 

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Fire Agate

from various origins

Fire agate is an iridescent chalcedony variety. 

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Aquamarine

from various origins

Blue beryl variety from pegmatites. Blue color is due to iron.

Chemistry : Be3Al2Si6O18
System : Hexagonal


Allanite

REE mineral from various origins.

Chemistry : (Ce,Ca,Y,La)2 
(Al,Fe3+)3 (SiO4)3(OH)

System : Monoclinic


Amethyst from Pégut

Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz whose color is due to the presence of iron.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Amethyst from Les Isserts

Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz whose color is due to the presence of iron.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Hematoid Amethyst

Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz whose color is due to the presence of iron.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Amethyst from Mexico

Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz whose color is due to the presence of iron.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Amethyst

from various origins

Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz whose color is due to iron.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Ametrine

from Bolivia

Two quartz crystals twinned : citrine and amethyst.

Chemistry : SiO2
System : Trigonal

Analcime

Primary and secondary mineral from lavas. Also occurs in sedimentary rocks.


Chemistry : NaAlSi2O6 H2O
System : Cubic

Anatase

from various origins

Titanium oxides from gneisses, micashistes or pegmatites.

Chemistry : TiO2
System : Tetragonal

Anglesite

from various origins

Formed by oxidation of galena in oxidation areas of lead deposits.

Chemistry : PbSO4
System : Orthorhombic

Apatite

Apatite is a widely occurring pale green to purple mineral. 

Chemistry : Ca5(PO4)3 (OH,Cl,F)
System : Hexagonal

Apophyllite

Mineral group from basic volcanic rocks or hydrothermal mineral.

Chemistry : (K, Na)Ca4 Si8O20(OH, F) 8H2O
System : Tetragonal

Aragonite

from various origins

High pressure dimorph of calcite.

Chemistry : CaCO3
System : Orthorhombic

Native silver (argent)

from various origins

Native element from hydrothermal origin.

Chemistry : Ag
System : Cubic

Arsenopyrite


Metallic mineral from various geological contexts.

Chemistry : FeAsS
System : Monoclinic

Atacamite

from various origins

A rare copper ore.

Chemistry : Cu2Cl(OH)3
System : Orthorhombic

Autunite

Phosphate from uranium deposits.

Chemistry: Ca(UO2)2 (PO4)210H2O
System : Tetragonal

Axinite

Cyclosilicate from metamorphic areas or metasomatic deposits.

Chemistry: Ca2(Fe,Mg,Mn) Al2[BO3OH,Si4O12]
System : Triclinic

Azurite

from various origins

Oxidation mineral from copper deposits.

Chemistry: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2
System : Monoclinic

French azurite

from Chessy, Cap Garonne, etc...

Oxidation mineral from copper deposits.

Chemistry: Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2
System : Monoclinic

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