|Packaging Size||50 Kg|
|Packaging Type||HDPE Bag|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Specific Gravity||2.6 to 2.7|
|Melting Point||75 Degree C|
Quartz is an important mineral with numerous uses. Sand, which is composed of tiny Quartz pebbles, is the primary ingredient for the manufacture of glass. Transparent Rock Crystal has many electronic uses; it is used as oscillators in radios, watches, and pressure gauges, and in the study of optics. Quartz is one of the most useful natural materials. Its usefulness can be linked to its physical and chemical properties. It has electrical properties and heat resistance that make it valuable in electronic products. Its luster, color, and diaphaneity make it useful as a gemstone and also in the making of glass. As a mineral name, quartz refers to a specific chemical compound (silicon dioxide, or silica, SiO2), having a specific crystalline form (hexagonal). It is found is all forms of rock: igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary. Quartz is physically and chemically resistant to weathering Transparent Rock Crystal has many electronic uses; it is used as oscillators in radios, watches, and pressure gauges, and in the study of optics. Quartz is also used as an abrasive for sandblasting, grinding glass, and cutting soft stones. Quartz is also used as an abrasive for sandblasting, grinding glass, and cutting soft stones. It is also essential in the computer industry, as the important silicon semiconductors are made from Quartz.
In addition to all the practical uses, Quartz is essential to the gem trade. Many varieties are faceted as gems. Amethyst and Citrine are the most well-known gem varieties. Rose Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Rock Crystal, and Aventurine are also cut or polished into gems.