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Fluorescent Mineral Resources

  • Fluorescent Minerals from Southern Arizona
    This site has lots of great photos!

  • Fluorescent Minerals of Franklin and Sterling Hill, N.J.
    A list of fluorescent minerals found in New Jersey, along with the colors they fluoresce at, and under what wave-lengths.

  • Fluorescent Mineral Photo Gallery
    This site offers a slide show that highlights various fluorescent minerals.

  • The Fluorescent Minerals
    The Fluorescent Mineral section of the Amethyst Galleries' Mineral Gallery offers not only information on minerals that fluoresce, but also on minerals that have phosphorescence, thermoluminescence, and triboluminescence properties.

  • The Fluorescent Mineral Society
    "The Fluorescent Mineral Society is an international organization of professional mineralogists, gemologists, amateur collectors, and others who study and collect fluorescent minerals."

  • Sterling Hill Mine
    Information about collecting fluoresecent minerals, for a fee, as the Sterling Hill Mine in Sussex Country, New Jersey.

  • Ultraviolet (UV)
    An informative Wikipedia article on Ultraviolet (UV) light.


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