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Ruby is aluminium oxide (Al2O3) with chromium as an impurity.

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The ruby's chemical composition is Al2O3, an aluminum oxide. The red color of a ruby, which is a kind of corundum, comes from chromium in it.


A Ruby is made of, Be3 Al2 Si O6


Ruby is a form of the mineral corundum, which has the formula Al2O3.


Ruby is aluminium oxide with traces of chromium.


They're all different except for the Sapphire and Ruby.


A ruby is a naturally occurring crystal of the mineral corundum. Rubies can also be created in laboratory settings as well. The chemical composition and crystalline structure is identical.


The chemical sybol for Ruby is Al203


The chemical composition of ruby is aluminum oxide (Al 2 O3). Its specific gravity is 3.99 to 4.00 and refractive index range is 1.760-1.768 to 1.770-1.779. Ruby's hardness on Mohs scale is 9. It's the next hardest mineral after diamond.


Ruby is the name given to red corundum, which is a mineral composed of aluminum and oxygen.


Ruby is in Mt Ember and the Sapphire is in dotted hole corresponding islands are island one and six.


Ruby is alpha-alumina - Al2O3.


Garnet crystals are in the isometric crystal system, ruby in the hexagonal crystal system. Garnet's hardness on the Mohs scale is 7-8, and ruby is a 9. Each mineral will also have it's own chemical formula.


Ruby is not a chemical compound and so does not have a precise chemical structure. It consists mainly of Aluminium Oxide Al2O3, and also contains chromium which gives ruby its characteristic red or reddish brown tint.


In general, gemologists identify gemstones by physical characteristics such as chemical composition, refractive index, specific gravity and hardness. In the case of ruby, a gemologist also has to distinguish between natural ruby -- ruby occurring in nature -- and synthetic ruby -- ruby produced in a laboratory through a process such as flame fusion. One of the signature characteristics of a synthetic ruby is curved growth lines formed as the crystal grows upwards in an environment with a high thermal gradient.


Al2O3 and Cr ruby is a mixture of aluminum oxide and chromium


The chemical composition of ruby is aluminum oxide (Al 2 O3). Its specific gravity is 3.99 to 4.00 and refractive index range is 1.760-1.768 to 1.770-1.779. Ruby's hardness on Mohs scale is 9. It's the next hardest mineral after diamond.


Ruby does not contain molecules. It is an ionic compound. Ruby is a form of the mineral corundum, which is naturally ocurring aluminum oxide, which as the formula Al2O3.


Ruby is aluminium oxide; chromium is only a natural dopant, in traces. The concentration of chromium is not constant in rubies.


They are two completely different stones to start with. While there are garnets that have a deep red color it has more of a brown cast to it and, owing to its chemical composition being mainly silicon and oxygen, is softer than ruby. While Garnet is used in jewelry it is a semi-precious stone. Ruby's chemical structure is based on aluminum an oxygen and ranks 9 on Moh's Hardness scale, just under diamond. Ruby is classed as a precious stone and, depending on the quality, may cost as much as diamond. Short answer is, if a mineralogist mistook garnet for ruby or ruby for garnet, and was verifying a sale, he could cause a loss of money on either side.


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Crystals are the result of a chemical reaction of multiple elements and/or compounds.


Ruby has a vitreous to subadamantine polish lustre.The chemical composition of ruby is aluminum oxide (Al 2 O3). Its specific sravity is 3.99 to 4.00 and refractive index range is 1.760-1.768 to 1.770-1.779. It's hardness on Mohs scale is 9. It's the next hardest mineral after diamond. Vitreous to subadamantine


The two main elements present in a red ruby--aluminium and oxygen. This is actually the exact same main elements found in a sapphire, which has the same chemical composition but simply differs in colour which is caused by traces of a different elements (iron, titanium) which causes it to be blue versus a rubies red colour. The red colour of the ruby is due to traces of chromium in the aluminum oxide. Corundum (the aluminum oxide base of these gems) can be turned blue, yellow, pink, purple, orange, greenish or pink-orange by the impurities.


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