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April 15 eNews Mini-Quiz

This topic contains 7 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of jbell jbell 1 year, 5 months ago.

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  • #196901
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    gemgirl
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    Inclusions can effect a gems specific gravity, a) True b) False?

    #196906
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    cirrusclouds
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    A – True

    #196907
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    harsono
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    a) true

    harsono

    #196913
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    bnhh750
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    a true

    #196922
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    lucfil
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    a true

    #197052
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    mhutton
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    True. Any item that has air bubbles in it really causes inaccurate results. It makes the item more buoyant, thus appearing less dense in the SG measurement.

    #197088
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    bilzter
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    True!
    For example gas bubbles or tiny pyrite inclusion can affect a gem specific gravity

    #197184
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    jbell
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    True

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