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Dolomite is also a common mineral in hydro-thermal veins. There it is often associated with barite, fluorite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, galena, or sphalerite. In these veins it often occurs as rhombohedral crystals which sometimes have curved faces.
“Dolomite mineral” is a word that is used by geologists in two different way
1) as the name of the mineral dolomite
2) as the name of a rock known as dolomite, dolostone, or dolomite rock.
Dolomite Mineral originates in the same sedimentary environments as limestone i.e. in warm, shallow, marine environments where calcium carbonate (CaCO3) mud accumulates in the form of shell debris, fecal material, coral fragments, and carbonate precipitates. Dolomite is thought to form when the calcite in carbonate mud or limestone is modified by magnesium-rich groundwater. The available magnesium facilitates the conversion of calcite into dolomite.
Uses of dolomite mineral
It is being used as construction material, in agriculture and in industry. In industry it is being used
(i) as a fluxing material
(ii) as a refractory material
(iii) as a filler material.
The major industries where dolomite mineral is being used are iron and steel industry, ferro alloy industry, plastic industry, ceramic industry, glass industry, fertilizer industry, and soap and detergent industry etc.
In the chemical industry, dolomite is used as a source of MgO. In agriculture, dolomite is used as a soil conditioner and as a feed additive for livestock.
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