Daylight
Daylight
Daylight
Daylight
Green Fluorite
(Weardale, Durham, UK)

The very word fluorescence was coined by Stokes for the effect observed in that mineral, in fact he investigated fluorites from precisely THAT mine. The blue fluorescence is so strong, that one can see it in sunlight.
(G. G. Stokes, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1852, 142, 463.)
UV-light
UV-light
UV-light
UV-light
Willemite and Calcite
(Sterling Hill Mine, Ogdensburg, New Jersey, USA)
Tugtupite
(Ilimaussaq, Greenland)

Tenebrescent
Calcite
(Durango, Mexico)

Phosphorescent
Four minerals showing interesting luminescence discussed in the Science Lab course. There are about a thousand more mineral types that show fluorescence mainly ..
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