• Smithsonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smithsonite Smithsonite, or zinc spar, is zinc carbonate (Zn C O 3), a mineral ore of zinc.Historically, smithsonite was identified with hemimorphite before it was realized that they were two different minerals. The two minerals are very similar in appearance and the term calamine has been used for both, leading to some confusion. The distinct mineral smithsonite was named in 1832 by François Sulpice ...
  • Smithsonite: The mineral smithsonite information and pictures

    www.minerals.net/mineral/smithsonite.aspx Smithsonite occurs in a wide variation of colors. Its typical globular habit and often vibrant colors make this a desirable mineral for collectors. Smithsonite is composed of zinc carbonate, but the zinc may be partially replaced with other elements. Those elements are responsible for the color variations.
  • Smithsonite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-3688.html Calcite Group. Siderite-Smithsonite Series. Smithsonite is often found as a secondary mineral in the oxidation zone of zinc ore deposits. It can also be observed in sedimentary deposits and as a direct oxidation product of sphalerite.
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    www.healing-crystals-for-you.com/smithsonite.html Smithsonite... Aids Stress & Immune Health, Boosts Psychic Gifts. Written By Liz Oakes. While Smithsonite is a known as a great stone to boost psychic gifts, its action as a healing stone is also very powerful.. These interesting crystals come in a variety of colors, and all are wonderful healing stones.
  • Smithsonite Gemstone Information - GemSelect

    www.gemselect.com/gem-info/smithsonite/smithsonite-info.php Smithsonite is a gemstone quality zinc carbonate (ZnCO3), sometimes referred to as "zinc spar". Although smithsonite is an important ore of zinc, it is rarely found in well-formed crystals. Most deposits of smithsonite are found in globular or botryoidal (grape-like) clusters with only a few localities known to produce large, pure crystals of smithsonite.
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  • Smithsonite | mineral | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/science/smithsonite Smithsonite, zinc carbonate (ZnCO3), a mineral that was the principal source of zinc until the 1880s, when it was replaced by sphalerite. It is ordinarily found in the oxidized zone of ore deposits as a secondary mineral or alteration product of primary zinc minerals. Notable deposits are at
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  • Smithsonite - Metaphysical Healing Properties

    www.healingwithcrystals.net.au/smithsonite.html Smithsonite is a zinc carbonate mineral that belongs to the calcite group of crystals. It can occur in botryoidal, massive, granular or stalactitic habits.
  • Smithsonite | Article about Smithsonite by The Free Dictionary

    encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Smithsonite smithsonite[′smith·sə‚nīt] (mineralogy) ZnCO3 White, yellow, gray, brown, or green secondary carbonate mineral associated with sphalerite and commonly reniform, botryoidal, stalactitic, or granular; hardness is 5 on Mohs scale, and specific gravity is 4.30-4.45; it is an ore of zinc. Also known as calamine; dry-bone ore; szaskaite; zinc spar ...