UDC 549:291,33
LBC 86.41:26.31
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Simbircite, Yellow Calcite ("River Volga Amber")

   Description characteristic of the mineral.

   SStone has different intensity of yellow, gold color, from light-yellow gold to darkly-brown. There are буро-red in his palette, green, orange and almost white color. A color depends on the presence of admixtures of iron ferrous, manganese, magnesium, strontium and dispersible organic matter. Raying, has a lamellar picture and radially-radiant structure in wandering forms. Most decorative in differences with the fiery flame-red including of mother of pearl of mother of pearl and golden-черными including of pyrite. Simbircite, Yellow Calcite is an unique carpentry stone, found on territory of the Ulyanovskaya (Simbirsk) region. It is a mountain rock, variety of calcite, basis of which is made by goldish marble onyx.

   Due to unique geological terms, formation of Simbircite passed in the shells of shellfishes-ammonites. The crystals of marble onyx during 60-80 million years filled the cavities of shells, alternated veined Pyrite, anhydroferrite and fossil mother of pearl, creating an unique picture and colour gamut. Chemical formula of CaCO3. Brilliance - glass, silk, fat. Processed easily, accepts and saves a polish. Fragile, requires the special treatment. Alike after treatment and polish on amber. From likeness in color with amber he is named river Volga amber. Name Simbircite, Yellow Calcite was given V.M. Efimov in 1985 in honour the old name of city of Ulyanovsk is Simbirsk (Russia, CIS).

   Tendon Simbircite, Yellow Calcite - appeared in emptinesses of marlitic concretions by a hydrothermal mine deposit from stratal waters. Has a lamellar, kidney-shaped reniform picture. The thickness of vein, lode, mines arrives at to 10 sm sometimes Be found often. Ammonite Simbircite, Yellow Calcite - appeared in emptinesses of ancient shells of Cephalopodas of shellfishes - ammonites. Together with the mother of pearl and pyrite creates a surprising picture and colour gamut. Be found rarely.

   Magic properties of stone.

   The locals of river Volga since olden times made out of this stone guard, amulets, pendants and other decorations. Simbircite, Yellow Calcite - warm sun stone. It gives the energy a people which carries him. Since olden times powder from him was used for cicatrization of wounds and treatment of eczemas. It gives the energy, and when touch to him, seems, take a little sun in hands. Wares from Simbircite ("river Volga amber") are characters of sufficiency, domestic prosperity and happiness, able to recover the peace of mind and equilibrium.

 

Poisonous and radioactive risky hazardous cargo stone and minerals

   ** - are poisonous stone and minerals (mandatory verification is in the chemical analysis laboratory + on toxicity)
   ** - are radioactive stone and minerals (mandatory verification on a regular dosimeter + prohibition on the opened sales in the case of radio-activity over 24 milliroentgens / hour + additional measures of protection of people)
   All of rare stone are subject obligatory verification on a regular dosimeter on the possible level of radiation and in a chemical laboratory on absence default of poisonous and evaporating components, dangerous for a human people and environment nature

  1. Adamite *
  2. Annabergite * Eritrine *
  3. Antimonite *
  4. Arsenolite **
  5. Arsenopyrite **
  6. Orpiment, Golden Earth **
  7. Baildonite *
  8. Beryl **
  9. Blomstrandite, Betafite **
  10. Billietit **
  1. Bismutite *
  2. Breithauptite *
  3. Witherite *
  4. Gadolinite **
  5. Halite, Mine Rock Salt **
  6. Geocronite *
  7. Glaukodote *
  8. Descloisite * Mottramite *
  9. Jordanite *
  10. Carnotite **
  1. Cinnabar, Vermilion, Spanish Red **
  2. Cobaltite *
  3. Cottunite *
  4. Liroconite *
  5. Marcasite *
  6. Monacite *
  7. Ammoniac *
  8. Nikeline *
  9. Otenite **
  10. Pyromorfite *
  11. Chalcolamprite, Pyrochlorine *
  1. Prustite *
  2. Rammelsbergite *
  3. Realgar **
  4. Mercury, Quicksilver *
  5. Senarmontite *
  6. Sulphur, Sulfur, Brimstone *
  7. Skutterudite *
  8. Strontianite **
  9. Antimony,
    Stibium *
  10. Tetrahedrite *
  11. Thorianite **
  1. Thorite **
  2. Uraninite **
  3. Pharmacolite *
  4. Halkozine, Copper-glance *
  5. Hatchinsonite *
  6. Celestine **
  7. Zircon **
  8. Evksenite **
  9. Enargite *
  10. Eshinite **
  11. Conichalcite *

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A catalogue of stone is all of stone in alphabetical order

  1. Aventurine *
  2. Agate ***
  3. Azurite *
  4. Aquamarine *
  5. Alexandrite
  6. Diamond ***
  7. Almandine
  8. Amazon-stone *
  9. Amethyst **
  10. Ametrine
  11. Ammolite mother-of-pearl, nacre
  12. Ammonite mollusks
  13. Apatite
  14. Belemnite
  15. Beryl **
  16. Bone, tusk
    of Mammoth
  17. Turquoise
  18. Bovine eye (quartz)
  19. Verdelite
  20. Jet (bitumen
    black coal) **
  21. Heliodor **
  22. Heliotrope
  23. Hematite **
  24. Hessonite (Cinnamon stone)
  25. Howlite, kaulite
  26. Garnet
  27. Grossuliare
  28. Demantoide **
  1. Diopside Chromediopside
  2. Dravite (Tourmaline)
  3. Wood petrified (stone)
  4. Dumorterite
  5. Jadeite
  6. Pearls
  7. Emerald **
  8. Calcite *
  9. Kaholong
    (White opal)
  10. Quartz
  11. Quartz-hairstone
  12. Quartz pink, rose
  13. Cinnabar, Vermilion, Spanish Red **
  14. Conichalcite **
  15. Coral
  16. Corundum
  17. Cat's Eye (quartz)
  18. Cat's Eye Chrysoberyl
  19. Millstone,
    Fint stone **
  20. Cuncite
    (Kuncite) **
  21. Labrador **
  22. Lazurite, Lapis lazuli
  23. Moon stone (Adularia)
  24. Malachite
  1. Meteorite
  2. Morganite **
  3. Morion **
  4. Nephritis (jade) **
  5. Obsidian **
  6. Onyx marble**
  7. Onyx
    chalcedony
  8. Opal
  9. Orthoclase, Microcline **
  10. Pegmatite **
  11. Mother-of-pearl, Nacre
  12. Pyrite **
  13. Arizona ruby, Pyrope
  14. Part-opal
  15. Prazeme
  16. Smoky Quartz **
  17. Rhodonite
  18. Ruby
  19. Rubellite
  20. Sapphire **
  21. Sardonyx
  22. Selenite
    (gypsum)
  23. Seraphinite
  24. Cornelian, Sard
  25. Serpentine
    (Ophite) **
  1. Simbircite,
    Yellow
    Calcite **
  2. Sodalite
  3. Falcon Eye
  4. Staurolite, Granatite **
  5. Tektite,
    Meteorite *
  6. Tiger's-eye
  7. Tourmaline *
  8. Topaz
  9. Uvarovite
  10. Ulexite **
  11. Fluorite
  12. Haliotis, Black Nacre, Mother-of-pearl
  13. Chalcedony
  14. Chrysolite *
  15. Chrysoprase **
  16. Crystal Mountain Quartz
  17. Celestine **
  18. Citrine
  19. Zircon **
  20. Charoite **
  21. Schorl
  22. Spinel *
  23. Schungite **
  24. Eudialyte *
  25. Euclase
  26. Epidote
    (Jasper)
  27. Amber
  28. Jasper