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Agate

Agate is a chalcedony, a compact, microcrystalline form of quartz (made of silica). They are found in pockets of rock, most commonly in lava rock but also in metamorphic rock. They are formed when vapor vesicles (pockets) become filled with silica deposits. Agate may often have bits of quartz crystal or amethyst in it and may have a geode inside if you break it open. Agate also has characteristic banding which is visible when it is cut or broken open.

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