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Oh, thank you so much! Its a Sapphire.
Hey! I really ike your neclace, what is it?
Did you know that Sapphires and Ruby's are made from yhe same mineral?
Really? tell me more!
Well, the mineral is called corundum. It comes in a variety of colors, has a white streak, and is hexigonal
Oh! I heard that corundum has a hardness of 9.
Corundum is also part of the Öxide "family one way you can tell is because of the fractures it has.
What I love about corundum is that it has so many uses.
Yeah, it can be used in jewlery making, gemstone, and is used as an abrasive.
Corundum is a viterous (glassy) mineral but is non-metalic
wow, we should discuss this more on our next date.
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