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Naturwissenschaften

, Volume 65, Issue 10, pp 501–506 | Cite as

Synthetische Schmucksteine

  • J. Liebertz
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Abstract

The first industrially feasible process for the synthesis of rubies was developed by Verneuil around the turn of the century. Progress in crystal-growing technique led in time to a number of other processes, some of which can be applied to the production of gem stones, making it possible to synthesize the most important gem stones. Even crystals that do not occur in nature, but were originally of interest in other connections, have acquired importance for jewelry in recent years.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Liebertz
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  1. 1.Institut für Kristallographie der UniversitätKöln

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