Smithsonite Crystals Meanings and Properties

Smithsonite Crystals Meanings and Properties

 

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Mineral Information

Origin: Worldwide

Mineral Species: Smithsonite

Mineral Group: Carbonates

Chemical Formula: ZnCO3

Hardness: 4-4.5

Crystal System: Trigonal

Colour: White, grey, yellow, green to apple-green, blue, pink, purple, bluish grey, and brown; colourless or faintly tinted in transmitted light.

Typical Appearance: Usually as botryoidal, reniform or stalactitic crusts.

Esoteric Information

Birthstone: Pisces and Virgo

Chakra Alignment: Depends on colour

Element: None


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