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  2. Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire is a precious gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum, consisting of aluminium oxide (α-Al 2 O 3) with trace amounts of elements such as iron, titanium, chromium, vanadium, or magnesium. The name sapphire is derived via the Latin "sapphirus" from the Greek "sappheiros", which referred to lapis lazuli.

  3. Sapphire EHR

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    Sapphire EHR Sign in to Sapphire Session timed out. Please login again. Next To protect your personal information, we collect your password on a separate page. If you require login assistance please email helpdesk@sapphire-health.com. Thu Jan 26 2023 06:37:57 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

  4. Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the 5th and 45th anniversaries. Kashmir Intensely saturated and velvety, rare sapphires from Kashmir set the standard for blue. Royal Blue The world’s most famous engagement ring: Kate Middleton’s and Princess Diana’s sapphire. Padparadscha

  5. Sapphire prices can range greatly, depending on many factors. Sapphires can come as cheap as $25 per carat, to over $11,000 per carat. A blue sapphire around 1 carat is likely to cost from as little as $450 to $1,600, depending on quality. The 4 C’s outlined above make a big difference in the cost of the stone, as do the region they originate from.

  6. Synthetic Sapphire Market by 2018-2027 | Demand, Trends,...

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    As of 2021, the global synthetic sapphire market was estimated to be $7249.54 million. However, the global synthetic sapphire market is likely to reach $11686.77 million by 2027 with a CAGR of 8. ...

  7. Sapphires | The Natural Sapphire Company

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    Sapphires We're proud to present the world's largest collection of natural sapphires. Our collection of untreated yellow, pink, and blue sapphires is unparalleled. We also offer the best selection of rough sapphire crystals, cabochons, and unique sapphire colors including purple, green, and the highly prized padparadscha hue.

  8. What Is Sapphire - Gemstone Facts and Information - Gemporia

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    Sapphire is steeped in folklore and legend stretching right the way back through its fascinating history. As a talisman, it was once thought to protect from poison and fever and it was linked with heightened concentration. It has been called a stone of wisdom, faith and hope, and has also been said to represent strength, power and kindness.

  9. SAPPHIRE Technology Limited

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    SAPPHIRE Technology continues to be a world leading manufacturer and global supplier of innovative graphics and mainboard products, delivering its AMD Radeon based products to the PC markets addressing gaming, eSports and performance graphics enthusiasts as well as delivering an array of professional graphics products and embedded system solutions.

  10. Blue sapphire belongs to the mineral species corundum. It can be a pure blue but ranges from greenish blue to violetish blue. The name “sapphire” can also apply to any corundum that’s not red and doesn’t qualify as ruby, another corundum variety. Deep, intense, velvety blue is the best way to describe the color of this sapphire from the ...

  11. Introducing the first chip-sized titanium-doped sapphire laser

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    When the titanium-doped sapphire laser was introduced in the 1980s, it was a major advance in the field of lasers. Critical to its success was the material used as its gain medium - that is, the material that amplifies the laser’s energy. Sapphire doped with titanium ions proved to be particularly powerful, providing a much wider laser ...