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Garnets

A Tatar unit of volume approximately equivalent to 3.3 liters. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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As was already noted, the negative sign of MCD signal in the spectral interval between 370 nm and 550 nm and the observed shapes of spectral dependencies at temperatures between 150 K and 8K (MCD peak locations near 445 and 400 nm) are characteristic of bismuth-substituted iron garnets in which the iron sites within the tetrahedral sublattice are diluted heavily with [Ga.sup.3+] ions.
(1993) The causes of color in garnets. The Mineralogical Record, 24, 63.
The gold, enamel and garnet bodice brooch made in 1830 sold for pounds 11,400 at Bonhams auctioneers in London's Knightsbridge - 14 times its pre-sale estimate.
Gasparik, "Comparative compressibilities of majorite-type garnets," Physics & Chemistry of Minerals, vol.
A proposed new classification for gem-quality garnets. Gems & Gemology, 21(4), 205-218, http://dx.doi.org/ 10.5741/gems.21.4.205.
New York, NY, July 24, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Garnets are precious stones consisting of deep red vitreous silicate minerals and are used for various commercial and industrial purposes.
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Diorella ring in yellow gold with amethyst, Diamonds, and spessartite garnets, CHRISTIAN DIOR.
Abundant indicator minerals were recovered from both kimberlites and include pyrope garnets, chromites, picroilmenites, Cr-diopside orthopyroxene and olivine.