• Tourmaline - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schorl The most common species of tourmaline is schorl, the sodium iron (divalent) endmember of the group.It may account for 95% or more of all tourmaline in nature. The early history of the mineral schorl shows that the name "schorl" was in use prior to 1400 because a village known today as Zschorlau (in Saxony, Germany) was then named "Schorl" (or minor variants of this name), and the village had a ...
  • Schorl tourmaline: The mineral Schorl information and pictures

    www.minerals.net/mineral/schorl.aspx Schorl is best known as "Black Tourmaline".Although other forms of Tourmaline may be black, Schorl is exclusively black and, unlike other Tourmaline forms, is never transparent or even translucent.In a few rare instances, it may be intergrown together with Elbaite, with a specimen being part Schorl and part Elbaite. Schorl is the most common form of Tourmaline.
  • Schorl | Definition of Schorl by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/schorl Schorl definition is - tourmaline; especially : tourmaline of the black variety.
  • Schorl | Definition of Schorl at Dictionary.com

    www.dictionary.com/browse/schorl Schorl definition, a black tourmaline. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 ...
  • Schorl: Mineral information, data and localities. - mindat.org

    www.mindat.org/min-3578.html The early history of the mineral schorl shows that the name "Schorl" was in use prior to the year 1400 (AD) because a village known today as Zschorlau (in Saxony, Germany) was then named "Schorl" (or minor variants of this name).
  • Schorl - definition of schorl by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/schorl schorl (shôrl) n. Tourmaline, especially black tourmaline. [German Schörl.] schor·la′ceous (shôr-lā′shəs) adj. schorl (ʃɔːl) n (Minerals) a black tourmaline consisting of a borosilicate of sodium, iron, and aluminium. Formula: NaFe3B3Al3(Al3Si6O27)(OH)4 [C18: from German Schörl, origin unknown] schorˈlaceous adj ThesaurusAntonymsRelated ...
  • Schorl Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Schorl.shtml Schorl Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:c = 1:0.44996 : Cell Dimensions: a = 15.99, c = 7.195, Z = 3; V = 1,593.16 Den(Calc)= 3.29 : Crystal System:
  • SCHORL (complex Sodium Iron Boro-Aluminum Silicate)

    www.galleries.com/Schorl Schorl is the most common mineral in the Tourmaline Group.Some other members of the Tourmaline Group are elbaite, uvite, buergerite and dravite.All tourmalines form similar crystals because they are isostructural, meaning that they share the same internal crystalline structure.
  • Black Tourmaline (Schorl) - Metaphysical Directory: Detailed

    www.healingcrystals.com/Black_Tourmaline__Schorl__Articles_27.html Black Tourmaline (Schorl) - Metaphysical Directory: Detailed - These articles help to support our mission to promote the education and use of crystals to support healing.
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