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A ruby gemstone
Category Mineral
Chemical formula aluminium oxide with chromium, Al2O3
Color Red shades
Luster Vitreous

Ruby is a type of precious stone. It is often associated with emerald, sapphire and topaz.[1] It is usually red, but can sometimes be other colors.[1] It is formed of aluminum and oxygen, Al2O3.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Ruby at Mindat". Retrieved 23 August 2013.