Escapolita ojo de gato
La escapolita es un silicato de sodio-calcio-aluminio con una dureza de 5.5 a 6 en la escala Mohs. Es el nombre griego para "palo", ya que sus cristales tetragonales crecen en columnas. La escapolita tiene un brillo vítreo y a veces se encuentran los ejemplares que muestran la chatoyance o el "efecto ojo de gato". Los yacimientos se encuentran en Birmania, Brasil, Canadá, Madagascar y Tanzania. Puedes leer más sobre la escapolita ojo de gato aquí.
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