The GemRam gemstone identification system debuted at the International Gemological Conference in Interlaken, Switzerland this month, where it received rave reviews in the gemology community. It comes equipped with B&W Tek’s proprietary GemID identification software, which is powered by GemExpert’s spectral library of nearly 400 different gemstones.
The library contains gemstone spectra for all classes, including: borates, carbonates, halides, native elements, oxides, phosphates, silicates, sulfates and sulfides. Different varieties of each gemstone from around the world are also available in the GemExpert library. Each entry within the library includes the commercial name, the country of origin, and other information that will assist with quickly identifying and verifying gemstones.
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