Natural rubies are a gem stone and not man made. These can be found in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Yet, there are lab created rubies that are seen in a great deal of today's modern jewelry. To find a natural ruby is rare and they cost a great deal. The lab ruby is made by many companies all over the world.
Yes, rubies are used in some LASERs. These LASERs are (not surprisingly) called ruby LASERs.
Aluminium oxide and Corrundum
The main component of rubies is the mineral corundum.
Rubies are part of the corundum mineral group.
The element that gives emeralds their beautiful green color is the same element that turns corundum into red rubies. Red Rubies and emeralds are like twins but not the same color. ITS A CRYSTAL
Rubies are made of corundum (aluminum oxide, Al2O3) with trace impurities that give them their color.
"Where" or "were"? Either way... they aren't or weren't made in caves.
God I hope so
100% of rubies are corundum. "Ruby" is a name made up by the gem trade for the mineral known as corundum, when it is red.
It is a strand of rubies
Rubies are a gemstone. Unless the cat is wearing a collar that is decorated with rubies, no cats do not have rubies.
Yes. Rubies can be produced in controlled settings.
its made of rubies and it covers lens DUHHHH
Bot Ruby ans Sapphire are made of the crystalline form Aluminum Oxide (with impurities that impart the characteristic colors). It is possible to mimic nature and grow these crystals artificially in a factory. These rubies are called "lab made rubies".
Rubies and sapphires are both made from corundum but both have different minerals that colour them. Rubies are always red and sapphires are any colour but red
Crowns were made of precious metals(such as gold)set with beautiful jewels(such as emeralds,rubies and sapphires.