Crystal of titanium oxide
Beautiful brookite crystal from Kharan, Balochistan in Pakistan. Brookite is one of the main forms of titanium oxide. It is a polymorph of rutile and anatase. This means that they have the same chemical formula but in a different crystal form. When you heat brookite above 750 degrees, the structure turns into rutile. The brookite is in a box of 2.5 x 2 x 2.5 cm
Crystal form of brookite
Brookite forms characteristic flat crystals in a brown/red to dark green/black color. The mineral brookite is named after Henry J Brooke, an English mineralogist who specialized in crystallography.
High energy level
Brookite is counted among the ascension stones with high vibrational frequencies. It bridges the gap between the physical and spiritual realms and provides a deep connection to the universe.