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The Raman spectrum reading indicates that there is too much silicon present to be corundum. Otherwise, I would have agreed with syd-prickett about the fact that silicon impurities MIGHT be found in corundum. Iron, Alumnium and Oxygen are common to normally bluish colored sapphires from the corundum family.

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