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⚡️Rock of the Day⚡️ Selenite - Carving an Ankh from raw slab... Part 2

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  • Published on Jul 7, 2021
  • Today, I finish carving an Ankh from Selenite and discuss the electrical properties and my interpretation of the symbk.
    an·i·on
    /ˈanˌīən/
    nounCHEMISTRY
    1. a negatively charged ion, i.e. one that would be attracted to the anode in electrolysis.
    hem·i·hy·drate
    /ˌhemē ˈhīdrāt/
    nounCHEMISTRY
    1. a crystalline hydrate containing one molecule of water for every two molecules of the compound in question.
    “Anion water in gypsum (CaSO4·2H2O) and hemihydrate (CaSO4·1/2H2O)
    The bonding nature of water in gypsum, CaSO4·2H2O, and hemihydrate, CaSO4·1/2H2O, was suggested by characteristic absorption bands of water and sulphate ions. The infrared spectral data indicate the presence of anion water in gypsum and hemihydrate through hydrogen bonding. Negative shifting of bending vibration of SO4 ion and lowering and broadening of the O-H stretching vibration at around 3600 cm−1 indicate the presence of both anion water and hydrogen bonding in gypsum and hemihydrate”
    Source: www.sciencedirect.com/science...
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Comments • 11

  • Bubba Bong
    Bubba Bong 10 months ago +4

    A little fine tuning of the band saw and making another base plate for the saw blade gap and you will be rock'n right along. Glad to see it's going to work for you.
    It's great to see my old band saw getting used again. Being made in China I have had my doubts about it from the day I bought it but it's held up rather well and still has plenty of life in her.
    Another great thing will be not having to pack it up and haul it to my next place of sleepy time.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  10 months ago +1

      Thanks man! I figured out the pressure thing after this first go. “Slow is fast”

  • Robert Hawthorne
    Robert Hawthorne 10 months ago +2

    Found some samples of selenite at the "Moqui marble mound" with Ben Hyde a few weeks ago.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  9 months ago +2

      Oh I need to go find that! Haven’t been on the group in a while

    • Robert Hawthorne
      Robert Hawthorne 10 months ago +2

      @Electric Universe Eyes of course. Ben and I also discovered another location where we found what looked like Moqui disks or "coins" fused to sandstone layers like trying to wedge a coin through the layers. So interesting. I will tag you on EU Geology group on the post.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  10 months ago +2

      Sweet!! Did you collect some marbles too?

  • Freeman Vashier
    Freeman Vashier 10 months ago +3

    smaller straighter cuts man you'll get the roundness w/o straining that blade

  • Freeman Vashier
    Freeman Vashier 10 months ago +2

    also, that's not your finishing tool, that's your rough shaper. hand sand/file the outside after

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  10 months ago +2

      For sure brother! First time ever using a bandsaw and I bust out the hand sanding toward the end. Learned a lot doing this... =)

  • Annie Stacie
    Annie Stacie 10 months ago +3

    Now THAT'S cool!

  • Luke Prickett
    Luke Prickett 10 months ago +2

    ❤👊⚡