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Rhombus Optical Calcite
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Calcite uses to be shaped in several ways. Iceland Spar, for instance, is a rhombohedral or trigonal crystalline system employed in prism fabrication and light polarizing lenses. The biggest extraction areas are located in China, Mexico and Brazil, this country being the first one in quantity and quality. The existing range of shapes and colors is due to the addition of other minerals such as iron, manganese, zinc, magnesium and strontium. Calcite is a typical example of sedimentary mineral (minerals resting immersed in several earth blends, transformed in crystal according to the heat and pressure conditions available). The main characteristic that separates calcite from other known crystals is its natural capacity of birefringence (a crystal’s property of splitting the refracted ray of light at certain angles of incidence in two, bi refraction). The birefringence may be observed when visualizing any object through any good quality crystal: the object has its image duplicated.
There are studies and experiments being conducted in order to determine calcite’s therapeutic effects, especially in cases related to bone structures. As calcite is composed by calcium, element also present in the bones, there are individuals that used the mineral to healing bone injuries and even orally to compensate for low calcium levels in the organism. There are several uses for calcite in our day by day. Besides being used as ornament inside and outside commercial and residential places, it is also used to make polarizing prisms for high definition electronic devices (i.e. Petrologic Microscope), in telecommunications instruments based on fiber optics, as a part of construction cement, in glucose level measurement devices, in fertilizers and correctors. In short: a utilization as diversified as its shapes and colors present in the nature.
Mostly used in the national defense industry, communication equipment and the special optical
instrument manufacture. It can be used to determine the distance to an object viewed through it, and was used in the bombsites of World War II bombers. The Calcite Crystal is very suitable material that is used to make the laser-polarized light lens, polarizing prisms. Because of calcite's softness, it should be used in jewelry only where it won't be subject of abuse, and great care should be taken with any calcite specimen.
Science Centres wouldn't be the same without an optical illusion. I like to think of this giving a sort of Dr Who effect.... or the swirl of zebra ice cream!
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