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Poisonous and radioactive risky hazardous cargo stone and minerals

   ** - are poisonous stone and minerals (mandatory verification is in the chemical analysis laboratory + on toxicity)
   ** - are radioactive stone and minerals (mandatory verification on a regular dosimeter + prohibition on the opened sales in the case of radio-activity over 24 milliroentgens / hour + additional measures of protection of people)

  1. Adamite *
  2. Annabergite * Eritrine *
  3. Antimonite *
  4. Arsenolite **
  5. Arsenopyrite **
  6. Orpiment,
    Golden Earth **
  7. Baildonite *
  8. Beryl **
  9. Blomstrandite, Betafite **
  10. Billietit **
  1. Bismutite *
  2. Breithauptite *
  3. Witherite *
  4. Gadolinite **
  5. Halite, Mine
    Rock Salt **
  6. Geocronite *
  7. Glaukodote *
  8. Descloisite * Mottramite *
  9. Jordanite *
  10. Carnotite **
  1. Cinnabar,
    Spanish Red,
    Vermilion **
  2. Cobaltite *
  3. Cottunite *
  4. Liroconite *
  5. Marcasite *
  6. Monacite *
  7. Ammoniac *
  8. Nikeline *
  9. Otenite **
  10. Pyromorfite *
  11. Chalcolamprite, Pyrochlorine *
  1. Prustite *
  2. Rammelsbergite *
  3. Realgar **
  4. Mercury, Quicksilver *
  5. Senarmontite *
  6. Sulphur, Sulfur,
    Brimstone *
  7. Skutterudite *
  8. Strontianite **
  9. Antimony,
    Stibium *
  10. Tetrahedrite *
  11. Thorianite **
  1. Thorite **
  2. Uraninite **
  3. Pharmacolite *
  4. Halkozine,
    Copper-glance *
  5. Hatchinsonite *
  6. Celestine **
  7. Zircon **
  8. Evksenite **
  9. Enargite *
  10. Eshinite **
  11. Conichalcite *

Catalogue of minerals and semiprecious world stone group screening

   ** - toxic poisonous stone and minerals
   ** - radioactive stone and minerals

Native elements:
  1. Diamond
    carbons
  2. Graphite,
    plumbago,
    black lead
  3. Iron
  4. Gold
  5. Copper
  6. Platinum
  7. Mercury,
    Quicksilver *
  8. Sulphur, Sulfur,
    Brimstone *
  9. Silver
  10. Antimony,
    Stibium *
Sulphide:
  1. Antimonite *
  2. Arsenopyrite **
  3. Orpiment,
    Golden Earth **
  4. Bismutite *
  5. Breithauptite *
  6. Galena,
    galenite
  7. Glaukodote *
  8. Jordanite *
  9. Cinnabar,
    Spanish Red,
    Vermilion **
  10. Cobaltite *
  11. Marcasite *
  12. Molybdenite
  13. Nikeline *
  14. Pyrite
  15. Pyrrotine
  16. Prustite *
  17. Rammelsbergite *
  18. Realgar **
  19. Skutterudite *
  20. Sphalerite
  21. Tetrahedrite *
  22. Halkozine,
    Copper-glance *
  23. Chalcopyrite
  24. Hatchinsonite *
  25. Enargite *
Pyroxene (silicates):
  1. Diopside
  2. Jadeite
  3. Spodumene
Halogenoide, halogenide,
halogen:
  1. Halite, Mine
    Rock Salt **
  2. Cottunite *
  3. Ammoniac *
  4. Fluorite
Spinel
(oxides):
  1. Magnetite
  2. Minium,
    red lead,
    saturn red
  3. Spinel
Oxide and
hydrooxide:
  1. Arsenolite **
  2. Blomstrandite,
    Betafite **
  3. Billietit **
  4. Hematite
  5. Goethite
  6. Quartz
  7. Corundum
  8. Limonite
  9. Opal
  10. Polianite,
    pirolusite
  11. Pyrohroite
  12. Rutile
  13. Senarmontite *
  14. Thorianite **
  15. Uraninite **
  16. Chalcedony
  17. Zincite
  18. Evksenite **
  19. Eshinite **
Other:
  1. Astrophyllite
  2. Petrified
    fossilized
    wood
  3. Amber
Carbonate:
  1. Azurite
  2. Aragonite
  3. Dolomite
  4. Calcite
  5. Malachite
  6. Siderite
  7. Strontianite **
  8. Trona, throne
  9. Ulexite
Sulphate:
  1. Barite
  2. Woulffenite
  3. Gypsum
  4. Crocoite
  5. Celestine **
Phosphate:
  1. Adamite *
  2. Annabergite *
    Eritrine *
  3. Apatite
  4. Baildonite *
  5. Turquoise
  6. Vanadinite
  7. Vivianite
    Kertschenite
  8. Descloisite * Mottramite *
  9. Carnotite **
  10. Liroconite *
  11. Monacite *
  12. Otenite **
  13. Pyromorfite *
  14. Pharmacolite *
Silicate:
  1. Andalusite
  2. Gadolinite **
  3. Datolite
  4. Disthene,
    kyanite,
    cyanite
  5. Olivine
  6. Topaz
  7. Thorite **
  8. Zircon **
  9. Euclase
Epidotes
(silicates):
  1. Beryl **
    Aquamarine
    Emerald
    Heliodor
    Morganite
    (vorobyevite)
  2. Cordierite,
    iolite
  3. Tourmaline
  4. Eudialyte
  5. Epidote
Garnets
(silicates):
  1. Grossuliare
  2. Arizona ruby,
    Pyrope
    Garnet
  3. Uvarovite
    Garnet
Mica, isinglass stone
(silicates):
  1. Biotite,
    black mica
  2. Lepidolite
Chlorites
(silicates):
  1. Clinochlore
  2. Serpentine
  3. Chrysocolla
Feldspar (silicates):
  1. Microcline
  2. Orthoclase
Spar (silicates):
  1. Lazurite,
    Lapis lazuli
  2. Sodalite
Amphiboles
(silicates):
  1. Anthophyllite
  2. Prehnite
  3. Rhodonite
  4. Talcum, talc

 

Catalogue of minerals and semiprecious world stone group screening

   ** - toxic poisonous stone and minerals
   ** - radioactive stone and minerals

Types of minerals (classification on
chemical composition)

Native elements:
  1. Diamond
    carbons
  2. Graphite, plumbago,
    black lead
  3. Iron
  4. Gold
  5. Copper
  6. Platinum
  7. Mercury, Quicksilver *
  8. Sulphur, Sulfur,
    Brimstone *
  9. Silver
  10. Antimony,
    Stibium *
Sulphide:
  1. Antimonite *
  2. Argentite,
    Vitreous silver
  3. Arsenopyrite **
  4. Orpiment,
    Golden Earth **
  5. Bismutite *
  6. Bornite,
    Peacock's stone
  7. Breithauptite *
  8. Boulangerite
  9. Bournonite
  10. Wurtzite
  11. Galena,
    galenite
  12. Gauerite
  13. Geocronite *
  14. Glaukodote *
  15. Greenockite
  16. Jamesonite
  17. Dyscrasite
  18. Jordanite *
  19. Cinnabar,
    Spanish Red,
    Vermilion **
  20. Cobaltite *
  21. Covellite
  22. Kosalite
  23. Marcasite *
  24. Meneghinite
  25. Miargyrite
  26. Millerite
  27. Molybdenite
  28. Nikeline *
  29. Pyrargerite, aerosite
  30. Pyrite
  31. Pyrrotine
  32. Polybasite
  33. Prustite *
  34. Rammelsbergite *
  35. Realgar **
  36. Sylvanite,
    white tellurium
  37. Skutterudite *
  38. Stannite
  39. Stephanite
  40. Sphalerite
  41. Tetrahedrite *
  42. Ullmannite
  43. Halkozine,
    Copper-glance *
  44. Chalcopyrite
  45. Hatchinsonite *
  46. Enargite *
Pyroxene (silicates):
  1. Augite
  2. Bronzite
  3. Hedenbergite
  4. Diopside
  5. Jadeite
  6. Spodumene
  7. Fassaite,
    pyrgom
  8. Egirine
  9. Enstatite
Halogenoide, halogenide,
halogen:
  1. Atakamite
  2. Boleite
  3. Williomite
  4. Halite, Mine
    Rock Salt **
  5. Diaboleite
  6. Iodargerite
  7. Carnallite
  8. Cerargyrite,
    horn silver
    chlorargite
  9. Connelite
  10. Cryolite
  11. Cottunite *
  12. Miersite
  13. Marshite
  14. Nadorite
  15. Ammoniac *
  16. Thomsenolite
  17. Fluorite
Spinel
(oxides):
  1. Gahnite
  2. Magnetite
  3. Minium,
    red lead,
    saturn red
  4. Franklinite
  5. Chrysoberyl
  6. Brookite
  7. Brusite,
    nemalite
  8. Wolframite, wolf-stone, werewolf-stone
  9. Hematite
  10. Goethite
  11. Diaspore
  12. Ilmenite
  13. Cassiterite, tinstone,
    toad's eye
  14. Quartz
  15. Columbite,
    niobite
  16. Corundum
  17. Cristobalite
  18. Cuprite
  19. Limonite
  20. Manganite
  21. Octahedrite
  22. Opal
  23. Perovskite
  24. Polianite,
    pirolusite
  25. Chalcolamprite, Pyrochlorine *
  26. Pyrohroite
  27. Platnerite
  28. Psilomelan
  29. Rutile
  30. Senarmontite *
  31. Tellurite
  32. Tridymite
  33. Uraninite **
  34. Fergusonite
  35. Chalcedony
  36. Zincite
  37. Evksenite **
  38. Eshinite **
Other:
  1. Astrophyllite
  2. Petrified
    fossilized
    wood
  3. Amber
Carbonate:
  1. Azurite
  2. Ankerite
  3. Aragonite
  4. Arthinite
  5. Aurichalcite
  6. Borax
  7. Witherite *
  8. Gaylussite
  9. Hydrozincite
  10. Dolomite
  11. Saltpetre niter
  12. Calcite
  13. Kernite
  14. Colemanite
  15. Ludwigite
  16. Magnesite
  17. Malachite
  18. Sodium nitrate
  19. Piercconite
  20. Rhodizite
  21. Rhodochrosite
  22. Rosasite
  23. Siderite
  24. Smithsonite,
    zinc spar
  25. Strontianite **
  26. Trona, throne
  27. Ulexite
  28. Phosgenite
  29. Cerussite
Sulphate:
  1. Allotrihine
  2. Alunite
  3. Alunogen
  4. Anhydrite,
    karstenite
  5. Anglesite
  6. Barite
  7. Botriogene
  8. Brochantite,
    kamarezite
  9. Woulffenite
  10. Gypsum
  11. Glauberite
  12. Devilliane
  13. Kainite,
    Cainite
  14. Krenkite
  15. Crocoite
  16. Linarite
  17. Roemerite
  18. Spangolite
  19. Cyanotrichite
  20. Scheelite
  21. Epsomite
Zeolite
(silicates):
  1. Harmotome
  2. Heulandite
  3. Gmelinite
  4. Jismondine
  5. Laumontite
  6. Mordenite,
    flokite
  7. Mesolite
  8. Natrolite
  9. Scolecite
  10. Stilbite
  11. Thomsonite
  12. Ferryerite
  13. Phillipsite
  14. Chabazite
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Phosphate:
  1. Adamite *
  2. Annabergite * Eritrine *
  3. Apatite
  4. Austenite
  5. Baildonite *
  6. Turquoise
  7. Brasilianite
  8. Vanadinite
  9. Variscite
    Strengite
  10. Wavelite
  11. Vivianite  Kertschenite
  12. Descloisite * Mottramite *
  13. Cacoksen
  14. Carnotite **
  15. Klinokinesis
  16. Lavenduarite
  17. Lazulite
    Scorzalite
  18. Liroconite *
  19. Mimetite
  20. Monacite *
  21. Olivenite *
  22. Otenite **
  23. Pyromorfite *
  24. Ehlite, pseudomalachite
  25. Pharmacolite *
  26. Chalcophillite
Silicate:
  1. Andalusite
  2. Braunite
  3. Velerite
  4. Willemite
  5. Gadolinite **
  6. Helenite
  7. Calamine, hemimorphite
  8. Humite
  9. Datolite
  10. Dumorterite
  11. Ilvaite
  12. Yortdalite
  13. Disthene,
    kyanite,
    cyanite
  14. Lawsonite
  15. Monticellite
  16. Olivine
  17. Sillimanite
  18. Staurolite, Granatite
  19. Grothite,
    titanite
  20. Topaz
  21. Thorite **
  22. Forsterite
  23. Chloritoide
  24. Zircon **
  25. Euclase
Epidotes
(silicates):
  1. Allanite,
    orthite
  2. Axinite
  3. Benitotite
  4. Beryl **
  5. Vesuvianite
  6. Dioptase
  7. ClinoZoisite Ruby
  8. Cordierite,
    iolite
  9. Milarite
  10. Osumilite
  11. Piedmontite
  12. Taramellite
  13. Tourmaline
  14. Zoisite Ruby
  15. Eudialyte
  16. Epidote
Garnets
(silicates):
  1. Almandine
  2. Andradite
  3. Grossuliare
  4. Arizona ruby, Pyrope
  5. Spessartite
  6. Uvarovite
Mica, isinglass stone
(silicates):
  1. Biotite,
    black mica
  2. Clintonite
  3. Xanthophyllite
  4. Lepidolite
  5. Muscovite
  6. Phlogopite
  7. Cinivaldite
Chlorites
(silicates):
  1. Vermiculite
  2. Kemmererite
  3. Clinochlore
  4. Pennine
  5. Sepiolite
  6. Serpentine
  7. Chrysocolla
Feldspar (silicates):
  1. Albite
  2. Anorite
  3. Hyalophane
  4. Microcline
  5. Orthoclase
  6. Plagioclase
  7. Sanidine
Spar (silicates):
  1. Analcime
  2. Hauyne
  3. Lazurite,
    Lapis lazuli
  4. Leucite
  5. Nepheline
  6. Petalite
  7. Pollucite
  8. Scaploite
  9. Sodalite
Amphiboles
(silicates):
  1. Actinolite
  2. Anthophyllite
  3. Apophyllite
  4. Babingtonite
  5. Bavenite
  6. Bustamite
  7. Wollastonite
  8. Glaucophane
  9. Kummingtonite
  10. Neptunite
  11. Pektolite
  12. Pyrophyllite
  13. Prehnite
  14. Riebeckite
  15. Hornblende
  16. Rhodonite
  17. Talcum, talc
  18. Tremolite
  19. Eudidymite

 

Poisonous and radioactive risky hazardous cargo stone and minerals

   

The catalogue of green stones and minerals

Amazon-stone
Amazonite

 
 
Beryl
 
 
Verdelite
 
 
Heliodor
 
 
Heliotrope Jasper
 
 
Grossuliare
 
 
Diopside, Chromediopside
 
 
Demantoide
 
 
Jadeite
 
 
Cat's Eye Chrysoberyl
 
 
Malachite
 
 
Nephritis (jade)
 
 

Prazeme

 
 
Seraphinite
 
 
Serpentine (Ophite)
 
 
Uvarovite
 
 
Chrysolite
 
 
Chrysoprase
 
 
Epidote (Jasper)
 
 
Conichalcite (toxin)
 
 

The catalogue of the red and dark pink stones

Cinnabar, Vermilion, Spanish Red (toxin)
 
 
Coral
 
 
Arizona ruby, Pyrope (Garnet)
 
 
Ruby (Corundum)
 
 
Rubellite
 
 
Tourmaline
 
 
Spinel
 
 
Eudialyte (!!)
 
 

The catalogue of the blue and dark-blue stones

Agate
 
 
Azurite
 
 
Aquamarine
 
 
Apatite
 
 
Turquoise
 
 
Howlite, kaulite
 
 
Dumorterite
 
 
Lazurite, Lapis lazuli
 
 
Sapphire
 
 
Sodalite
 
 
Topaz
 
 
Celestine (toxin + radiation)
 
 


 The catalogue of the popular stones of group of Quartz

Amethyst
 
 
Quartz Rock Crystal
 
 
Smoky Quartz
 
 
Citrine
 
 

The catalogue of the original stones and minerals

Halite, Mine Rock Salt (toxin !!)
 
 
Morione, Black Quartz
 
 
Pyrite
 
 
Staurolite, Granatite