You need to know the soil type, moisture content, density. There is no standard unit. Find an average density first.
I'm not sure how much it is worth but my guess is not a whole lot. This is because on the Mohs scale of hardness(diamond being 10) it ranks only a 5. This means it can chip. The best quality turquoise is clear blue with no veins or brown spots. Even still u can buy a top quality 16mm bead for $10 each. I usually only make jewelry with gems that have a hardness of 7 or higher. However the colour of turquoise is beautiful and I'm considering using it. Also if u looking to purchase turquoise make sure it is stabilized turquoise.It has been treated to harden it. Also-"African turquoise"is not turquoise- it is jasper.
Yes, although only weakly. It will move a compass needle or attract a magnet. This property is useful for distinguishing pyrrhotite from other brassy colored sulphide minerals.
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