Beryl

Jacob Ayala 2A February 15, 2014

Chemical Formula

Be3Al2SiO6

Colors, Jewelry, Rareness, Geography, & Altered

Color White, Colorless, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Pink, Purple

It has been used in Gemstones and necklaces

They are a type of crystal, so yees they are rare

most often found in granites and granite pegmatites.

Altered: Yes, some are

History

No real history but the longest Beryl was 6 meters high and 3.5 meters wide

Pictures

Images from when researchers found it, then when they polished it, then when it was used in Jewelry