Aegirine Minerals

Aegirine is a member of the clinopyroxene group of inosilicate minerals. Aegirine is the sodium endmember of the aegirine-augite series. Aegirine has the chemical system NaFeSi2O6 wherein the iron is present as Fe3+. 



Aegirine Minerals
Lustrous Aegirine Crystals Cluster on Albite
Lustrous Aegirine Crystals Cluster on AlbiteSkardu District, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan This is a well-balanced beautiful piece featuring a sharply terminated Aegirine cluster on the bed of milky white albite. The aegirine crystals are well crystalized pointed termination with a vitreous...
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1715 Grams Gorgeous Spray of Aegirine Crystals on Albite Matrix
Gorgeous Spray of Aegirine Crystals on Albite Matrix Skardu District, Gilgit Baltistan Province, Pakistan. Aegirine is a member of the pyroxene group and forms a series. It is well known for its long slender crystals with very distinctive terminations, and...
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Aegirine Minerals

Aegirine Description:

Aegirine is a member of the clinopyroxene group of inosilicate minerals. Aegirine is the sodium endmember of the aegirine-augite series. Aegirine has the chemical system NaFeSi2O6 wherein the iron is present as Fe3+. in the aegirine-augite collection the sodium is variably replaced by calcium with iron (II) and magnesium replacing the iron (III) to balance the charge. Aluminum additionally substitutes for the iron (III). Acmite is a fibrous, green-colored variety.

Aegirine happens as darkish inexperienced monoclinic prismatic crystals. It has a glassy luster and best cleavage. Its Mohs hardness varies from 5 to six, and its precise gravity is among 3.2 & 3.4.

Aegirine Associations:

Chakras

All Chakras

Luster

Vitreous

Zodiac

Taurus

Crystal system

Monoclinic

Hardness

6

Color

Dark green to greenish black, reddish brown, black

Aegirine Color:

Aegirine most usually takes place in brownish to blackish inexperienced but also can appear in black, yellowish-brown, pale inexperienced, or yellow-green.

Aegirine Clarity:

Aegirine regularly occurs as an inclusion in different gems, affecting their clarity. However, many crystals are discovered embedded in Aegirine. 

Aegirine Origin:

This mineral generally occurs in alkalic igneous rocks, nepheline syenites, carbonatites and pegmatites. It also seems in regionally metamorphosed schists, gneisses, and iron formations; in blueschist facies rocks, and from sodium metasomatism in granulite’s. it could occur as an authigenic mineral in shales and marls.

Aegirine Carat:

Instead of carats, most of the people of aegirine is sold by using grams. most specimens in shape within the palm of your hand. larger ones are a lot rarer and extra precious.

Healing Properties of Aegirine:                           

  • Aegirine energizes and maintenance.
  • It allows mild and love to float freely in the course of the frame, clearing any blockage in its path.
  • it is a stone of cleansing and recovery, taking into account sustained upgrades over the years and extra lasting consequences.
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