The analysis of the impurity content crystals grown in sodium carbonate solution is carried out using flame technique. Colored
crystals have been produced from aqueous solutions of potassium carbonate under laboratory conditions and using a steel autoclave.
The seeds were slices cut parallel to the planes (0001). With the impurity of aluminum and irradiation, defective color centers have
generated quartz coloration phenomenon. This is occurred on the base of the electrical balance by exchanging aluminum ions with
tetravalent silicon ions in the presence of alkali elements (monvalent) i.e. Na+ or Li+. Interestingly, the current paper introduces a
method suggests the utilization of silica-rich rocks to develop the growth of large crystals of synthetic quartz.