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Structural water. In the formation process of natural jade (including nephrite and jade jade and jadeite jade), it contains a certain amount of structural water, which exists in the middle of jade crystals and will never overflow without the intervention of some external factors. . It is precisely because of the existence of structural water that it leads to the permeability of jade itself. Once the loss of structural water is lost, the jade quality also loses its permeability. The police are like the silkworm jade wall in the spring and autumn period.It has been buried for more than 2,000 years. Under the intervention of soil, the structural water inside the jade crystal overflows, resulting in an increase in the internal structure gap, thus forming an increase in the inter-crystal reflection surface, just like the melting ice. After the secondary reflection, the appearance turned white, forming the chicken bone white that is now seen. Therefore, the degree of structural water filling is an important factor in the transparency of jade and jade. In the case of jade, the more the structural water is filled, the higher the permeability of the texture, and the higher the level of the species. In the jade bangle bracelets we have seen, all levels of high level have the characteristics of structural water filling (ie "long head"), while the long green head of the water head will also show the appearance of thick drowning; on the contrary, the quality level is low. The jadeite has a poor transparency of its texture, and it is not even transparent at all. Even if it is green, it is also dry. This is the reason why the structural water is not sufficient. The industry considers it to be "short." The role of "water" in jade is crucial.

Vie, 02 Nov 2018, 12:27
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