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  • Fluorite and Fluorspar: Mineral uses and properties

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  • Fluorite (Fluorspar): Mineral information, data and .

    Fluorite (Fluorspar) mineral data, information about Fluorite (Fluorspar), its properties and worldwide locations.

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  • Fluorite - Wikipedia

    Fluorite is a widely occurring mineral that occurs globally with significant deposits in over 9,000 areas. It may occur as a vein deposit, especially with metallic minerals, where it often forms a part of the gangue (the surrounding "host-rock" in which valuable minerals occur) and may be associated with galena, sphalerite, barite, quartz, and calcite.

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  • Fluorite: The mineral fluorite information and pictures

    Fluorite is the only mineral for which significant quantities of the important element fluorine can be obtained. Fluorite is also used as a flux in the manufacture of steel and other metals to eliminate impurities.There is a great demand for Fluorite in the optics field, and to meet it synthetic crystals are grown to produce special lenses.

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  • Fluorite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    Fluorite is found as a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal veins, especially those containing lead and zinc minerals. It is also found in some greisens, granites, pegmatites and high-temperature veins, and as a component of some marbles and other metamorphic rocks. Visit gemdat for gemological information about Fluorite.

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  • fluorite fluorite mineral information and data

    Fluorite: Mineral information, data and localities. Fluorite is found as a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal veins, especially those containing lead and zinc minerals. It is also found in some greisens, granites, pegmatites and high-temperature veins, and as a component of some marbles and other metamorphic rocks.

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  • Fluorite structure - Wikipedia

    In solid state chemistry, the fluorite structure refers to a common motif for compounds with the formula MX 2. The X ions occupy the eight tetrahedral interstitial sites whereas M ions occupy the regular sites of an FCC structure. Many compounds, notably the common mineral fluorite (CaF 2), adopt this structure.

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  • Fluorite Mineral Data

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  • Fluorite mineral information and data - Dakota Matrix Minerals

    This beautiful specimen of Fluorite is accompanied by both a Fred Canfield and US National Museum tags both of which have individual identification numbers matching the numbers on the mineral (see photos). Canfield donated his collection to the Smithsonian (US National) museum and this specimen is most likely one of those specimens.

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  • Fluorite Mineral Data - Mineralogy Database

    Other Fluorite Information: References: NAME( Emsley91) PHYS. PROP.(Enc. of Minerals,2nd ed.,1990) OPTIC PROP.(Mason68) See Also: Links to other databases for Fluorite : 1 - Alkali-Nuts(English) 2 - Alkali-Nuts(Francais) 3 - Am. Min. Crystal Structure Database 4 - Amethyst Galleries' Mineral Gallery 5 - Athena 6 - CalTech Mineral Spectroscopy

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