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PostPosted: Nov 23, 2017 05:06    Post subject: Fluorescent inclusions in quartz  

Found these fluorescent inclusions in the "blue phantom" quartzes.
The same substance can also be found on the surface of the rough specimens.
I took some of the substance and burnt it, it lost it's fluorescent property immediately.
I believe that the fluorescence does not come from the inclusions themselves, but comes from some kind of fluorescent fluid.
As I already know that the blue phantom inclusions are colored by natural blue fluid and the fluid most likely to be Tetra Ammine Coppercomplex [Cu(NH3)4(H2O)2]2+.
In that case, could the fluorescent fluid also contain ammonia?



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PostPosted: Nov 23, 2017 06:54    Post subject: Re: Fluorescent inclusions in quartz  

Which kind of UV source did you use for checking fluorescence?
Long wave? Short wave?

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PostPosted: Nov 23, 2017 08:05    Post subject: Re: Fluorescent inclusions in quartz  

Josele wrote:
Which kind of UV source did you use for checking fluorescence?
Long wave? Short wave?

Long wave 365nm.
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PostPosted: Nov 24, 2017 04:20    Post subject: Re: Fluorescent inclusions in quartz  

Maybe hydrocarbons?
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PostPosted: Nov 24, 2017 06:09    Post subject: Re: Fluorescent inclusions in quartz  

Josele wrote:
Maybe hydrocarbons?


That's very likely.
I have quartzes with petroleum inclusions and they fluoresce quite the same way as the blue phantom quartz.



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