Pieces measure approximately 2 inches
Selenite is typically formed through the evaporation of saline water in sedimentary environments, where the mineral gypsum crystallizes into transparent or translucent sheets, showcasing a fine crystal structure shaped by specific geological conditions conducive to slow and controlled crystallization processes.
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