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Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite
Azurite & Malachite

Azurite & Malachite

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Azurite and malachite are both secondary copper minerals that typically form in the oxidation zones of copper ore deposits. They arise through the weathering and alteration of primary copper sulfide minerals such as chalcopyrite. In these environments, copper-rich fluids interact with oxygen and carbonate minerals, leading to the formation of azurite and malachite.

Azurite, composed of copper carbonate hydroxide (Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2), forms under conditions of high copper availability and limited carbonate availability. Its deep blue coloration is due to the presence of copper ions within its crystal structure.

Malachite, also a copper carbonate mineral (Cu2CO3(OH)2), forms under similar conditions but with higher levels of carbonate availability. Its vibrant green color is attributed to the presence of copper ions and varying degrees of hydration in its crystal lattice.

Azurite is associated with enhancing intuition, insight, and spiritual awareness. It is believed to stimulate the third eye chakra, promoting inner vision and clarity of thought. Azurite boosts intuition, spiritual insight, and mental clarity, while also sparking creativity and improving communication skills.

Malachite is believed to cleanse and purify the auric field, releasing negative energies and facilitating emotional healing. Malachite is also thought to promote abundance, prosperity, and success, making it a popular stone for manifesting intentions and goals. Malachite is said to have the ability to absorb negative energies and pollutants, collecting them from both the surrounding environment and the body.

Origin: Mt Isa, North Queensland, Australia
Weight: In grams (g) : 17g
Quantity: 1pcs
Measurements: Approx 3.5cm (L) x 3cm (W) x 2cm (H)


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