Dolomite from Spain

Dolomite from Spain

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Caption: Dolomite, calcium magnesium carbonate, is a common mineral that occurs throughout the world. Thick beds of dolomite were produced by the alteration of limestones (made of calcite, calcium carbonate) by magnesium-rich hot solutions, a process called 'dolomitization'. Dolomite also forms good crystals in veins in ore deposits. The ones from Spain are unusually sharp and can be transparent as well.

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Keywords: arem collection, calcite, carbonates, crystal, crystals, dolomite, dolomitization, geology, limestone, mineral, mineralogy, minerals, nature, object, ore, ore deposit, ores, specimen, specimens, still life

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