This magnificent museum quality specimen has excellent crystal structure. It is extremely brilliant when exposed to ultra violet light and is much brighter than in these pictures. It is highly radioactive measuring 30,000 counts per minute on a CDV700 Geiger counter with the shield open and probe 1 1/4 inch from the surface. With shield closed it measures 4.0mR/hr. It can easily be detected from over 5 feet away!
Below you will find pictures of various areas of the specimen. The pictures on the left side were taken under normal light. The pictures on the right side are of the same area and were taken under long wave ultra violet light.
The buyer of this specimen is required to complete the "statement of liability" form and demonstrate that he/she is knowledgeable in the safe handling and storage of a specimen of this magnitude.
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The pictures below are close up's of the crystal structure. Pictures on left are normal light,
pictures on right are the same view under long wave ultra violet light.
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