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Sentier des Améthystes

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Hidden : 03/20/2017
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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L’améthyste est une variété d’un minéral qui se nomme le quartz, le dioxyde de silicium. Le quartz a de nombreuses variétés, comme le quartz fumé, le quartz morion (noir), la chrysoprase (vert), le quartz fenêtre, le quartz hématoïde (rougeâtre), etc. L’améthyste elle est violette, rosé, mauve, parfois presque noir, suivant la densité de sa couleur. L’améthyste est une variété de quartz violet (dioxyde de silicium), de diaphane à translucide, dont la teinte est due aux traces de fer. Ce minéral est utilisé en joaillerie et classé comme pierre fine. Ce minéral est aussi signalé dans le massif granitique de Plouaret, en Bretagne.

Pour validez cette earthcache, vous devez répondre aux questions suivantes :

1) l'améthyste est une variété de quel minéral ?

2) sa teinte violette est dû à quelle traces ?

3) combien mesure la distance AB ?

"Loguez cette cache "Found it" et envoyez-moi vos propositions de réponses soit via mon profil, soit via la messagerie geocaching.com (Message Center) en indiquant avec vos réponses les codes de cette earthcache ( GC72D6V ), et je vous contacterai en cas de problème."

laughVos photos seront les bienvenus, Bon géocachingwink

traduit du Francais à l'anglais par google

Amethyst is a variety of a mineral that is called quartz, silicon dioxide. Quartz has many varieties, such as smoky quartz, quartz morion (black), chrysoprase (green), window quartz, hematoid quartz (reddish), and so on. The amethyst is purple, pink, mauve, sometimes almost black, depending on the density of its color. Amethyst is a variety of quartz violet (silicon dioxide), from diaphanous to translucent, whose tint is due to traces of iron. This mineral is used in jewelery and classified as fine stone. This mineral is also reported in the granite massif of Plouaret, in Brittany.

To validate this earthcache, you must answer the following questions:

1) Amethyst is a variety of which mineral?

2) What is its violet tint?

3) how much does the distance AB measure?

"Log in this cache" Found it "and send me your proposals for answers either via my profile or via the geocaching.com (Message Center) message indicating with your answers the codes of this earthcache (GC72D6V), and I will contact you In case of problem."

laughYour photos will be welcome, Good geocachingwink

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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