The colorless precious beryl is known as goshenite. It is named after the small town of Goshen in Western Massachusetts where it was first described. Goshenite is found in relatively many beryl deposits around the world, so it is perhaps the most common form of beryl. Goshenite was once used for manufacturing eyeglasses and lenses owing to its excellent transparency.
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