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Fluorite is a gemsona created by N.R. Wynter.
- Fluorite, also called fluorspar, is the founding mineral of the fluorite group.
- Its chemical composition is CaF2, has a MOHS scale hardness of 4, and has an isometric crystal system.
- They are found in rock veins by hydrothermal processes as well a cavities and fractures of dolomites and limestones.
- Color zoning and banding is commonly present in fluorite.
- It's claimed to be the world's most colorful mineral for its extensive variety of different colors.
- It was the first mineral to exhibit fluorescence.
- Because of this, the term was named after fluorite.
- Fluorites are one of the most popular minerals in the world.
- It's been used for metallurgical, ceramics, as flux, chemical industries, and lenses for microscopes, telescopes, and cameras.
- The mineral serves as the best source for fluorine.
- Fluorite derives from the Latin verb fluo meaning 'to flow', referring to fluorite's use as a flux in steel and aluminum processing.
- Its other name, fluorspar, was originally used in the mining industry and still used today.
- Metaphysically, fluorite represents discernment, truth, intellect, protection, aptitude, purpose, order, and clarity. It's a calming stone that helps rid the wearer of mental "chatter" to think more clearly.
- Fluorite also helps with focus and concentration. It is a good stone for learning.