Aquamarine stone composition

  • Aquamarine formation The chemical formula of this stone is known as Mg, Fe2 (SiO4). Its hardness ranges from 6.5 to 7 based on the Moss scale, and its shades are corrugated from olive green to yellow, and formed in deep layers below the earth's surface. In the molten rocks of the upper shell, it is then transported to the surface by magma and the power of volcanoes and earthquakes, but it can be made in vitro in inexpensive ways. Scientists believe that these stones were thrown to the ground during Sun bursts.