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- Fabulite was originally Iris Quartz until November 12th, 2017.
- According to N.R. Wynter, any fusions involving Fire Agate and the diamonds will be metallic, display high dispersion, or iridescence.
- Fabulite, also known as strontium titanate, is a man made material.
- It has a chemical composition of SrTiO3and a hardness of 5½.
- It was designed to be a diamond stimulant.
- The stimulant is created by National Lead Company (currently NL Industries).
- Fabulite has very high dispersion with a "fire" more prominent than a diamond's.
- It has a melting point of 1,670 °C (or 3038 °F).
- The peak of fabulite's popularity was from the 1950s to 1970s.
- It fell out of style because of its low hardness and ultimately replaced by other stimulant competitors.
- Besides jewelry, fabulite is used in optical instruments, high-voltage capacitors, voltage-dependent resistors, advanced ceramics, and substrates for superconductors.
- Fabulite is also used as a trade name for tausonite, a natural form of strontium titanate discovered in the 1980s.