Mineral Class 05: Carbonates and Nitrates

Carbonate mineral, any member of a family of minerals that contain the carbonate ion, CO3, as the basic structural and compositional unit.
The carbonates are among the most widely distributed minerals in the Earth’s crust; generally the carbonate minerals are found at or near the surface.
They represent the Earth's largest storehouse of carbon.

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Calcite (with Quartz)

Calcite (with Quartz)

Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China

Stock: 1

€ 32.00
Cobalto calcite

Cobalto calcite

Bou Azzer District, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Province, Maroc.

Stock: 1

€ 36.00
Golden calcite

Golden calcite

USA, Missouri, Boss, Buick mijn.

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€ 25.00
Dolomite spheres on siderite pseudomorph after quartz

Dolomite spheres on siderite pseudomorph after quartz

Herja mine, Baia Mare, Maramures, Romania.

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€ 92.00
Mint-green Aragonite with nice microscopic green Fluorite

Mint-green Aragonite with nice microscopic green Fluorite

Tsumeb Mine in Namibia, SW Afrika.

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€ 72.00
Cerussite with beautiful pink barite

Cerussite with beautiful pink barite

Mibladen, atlas Mountains, Morocco

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€ 38.00
Deep blue azurite crystals

Deep blue azurite crystals

Helvetia mining district, Pima county in the Santa Rita Moutains in south-central Arizona

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€ 32.00
Deep green fine crystallized needles of malachite

Deep green fine crystallized needles of malachite

Beautiful malachite from Mashamba West, Kolwezi, Katanga (Shaba), DRC (Zaïre)

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€ 82.00