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rockminx_7-2-3

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FeSO·7HO and CaCO - Mohs Hardness: 2 – 3. Melanterite is a hydrated iron sulphate formed after the decomposition of pyrite or other iron minerals due to the action of surface waters. It is often found in mines as a post-mining formation on mine walls. Calcite is the one of the most common minerals on earth. It constitutes a major portion of many of the earth's rocks.

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UT Department of Environmental Sciences

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Treece, KS

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The University of Toledo

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Digital Initiatives, University of Toledo Libraries

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environmental sciences; virtual exhibitions

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virtual exhibition; science;

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