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Answered 2014-01-09 00:09:20

Alexandrite is the "scientific name" of the mineral.

Alexandrite is a type of chrysoberyl (formula BeAl2O4), which may be what you were asking. Alexandrite is specifically chrysoberyl with some of the aluminium atoms replaced with chromium.

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