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Baryto-Fluate of Lime

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A Mixture Of:Baryte, Fluorite


A mixture of Baryte and Fluorite (T.Thompson - 1836, Man. Min).
Originally reported from Derbyshire, England, UK.

Classification of Baryto-Fluate of Lime

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Other Names for Baryto-Fluate of Lime

Synonyms:
Fluobaryt
Other Languages:
German:Baryt-Flusspat

Other Information

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