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Abstract

Ever since blue topaz, the copious and affordable gem that owes its deep-menthol color to irradiation, took the jewelry world by storm in the mid-1980s, the trade has been hoping that zapping could make pink topaz just as plentiful and inexpensive.

Keywords

Alluvial Plain Heat Burn Nation Consultant Reddish Violet Carbon Dioxide Inclusion 
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© Modern Jeweler Magazine 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Federman

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