Geode in thin section closeup viewed in transmitted polarised light A geode forms when silica SiO precipitates from liquid onto the inside surface of an empty pocket in a host rock The outer layers are variegated forms of chalcedony amorphous or noncrystalline silica with the layers becoming more crystalline towards the centre Here a core of quartz the crystalline form of silica can be seen The banded arrangement of crystals are a result of changes in pressure temperature and mineral content occurring during the formation process Magnification x when printed centimetres wide
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