Illuminating minerals under UV

These minerals have a hidden property! In normal conditions they cannot be seen, but in the dark under a UV lamp they come alive. Read more.

This UV starter lamp serves as both a normal torch and a UV light. Fun for viewing fluorescent minerals.

EUR 19,95

Beautiful tumbled eudialite that glows orange under a UV lamp.

EUR 19,95

Beautiful axinite crystal from Pakistan with fluorescence under UV light , untreated and in its natural crystal form.

EUR 39,95

Marialite is the sodium-rich variety of scapolite. The crystal is popular with collectors because of its rarity, also it...

EUR 19,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

Beautiful cut ruby in serpentine from Pakistan. Ruby stands for passion, protection and prosperity

EUR 69,95

Hyalite opal is a rare gemstone that glows bright green under a UV lamp. It has a positive effect on concentration, comm...

EUR 49,95

Beautiful tumbled eudialite that glows orange under a UV lamp.

EUR 19,95

Beautiful axinite crystal from Pakistan with fluorescence under UV light , untreated and in its natural crystal form.

EUR 39,95

Franklinite is a rare mineral that is part of the spinel family. When combined with zincite and willemite, it glows beau...

EUR 29,95

Marialite is the sodium-rich variety of scapolite. The crystal is popular with collectors because of its rarity, also it...

EUR 19,95

This fluorescent syenite sodalite, known by its trade name 'Yooperlite' lights up beautifully orange under a UV lamp.

EUR 29,95

Franklinite is a rare mineral that is part of the spinel family. When combined with zincite and willemite, it glows beau...

EUR 39,95

Beautiful tumbled eudialite that glows orange under a UV lamp.

EUR 12,95

Beautiful axinite crystal from Pakistan with fluorescence under UV light , untreated and in its natural crystal form.

EUR 39,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

Hackmanite is a unique transformation stone with both tenebrescence and fluorescence. Because of these properties, it he...

EUR 12,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

Marialite is the sodium-rich variety of scapolite. The crystal is popular with collectors because of its rarity, also it...

EUR 19,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

Beautiful combination stone of pyrite, wagnerite and triplite with blue fluorescence under UV light. For vitality, creat...

EUR 14,95

Franklinite is a rare mineral that is part of the spinel family. When combined with zincite and willemite, it glows beau...

EUR 12,95

Rare pink apatite with fluorescence. This stone glows strongly under a UV lamp

EUR 14,95

What is Fluorescence in Minerals?

Fluorescence in minerals is a process in which a mineral gives off light when exposed to ultraviolet light. This glow, which often appears in different colours, depends on the type and composition of the mineral. The colour of the emitted light can be completely different from the colour the mineral has in daylight.

How to detect Fluorescence in Minerals?

Identifying fluorescence in minerals is simple. First, you need to have an ultraviolet light source. This can already be done through a simple UV lamp. If the mineral is fluorescent, it will glow immediately when UV light falls on it. If your mineral gives off no glow, it means it has no fluorescence. This works best in a dark environment without a white background.

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