Fluorite part 1

Fluorite part 1
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  • Do da do da do
  • What kind of rock is this?
  • Wait... are you saying your a rock?
  • No. I'm a mineral! We just went over this.
  • Its Fluorite! And I'm not a rock, I'm a mineral!
  • What is flourite anyway?
  • Fluorite is a mineral with a chemical composition of CaF2. It is one of the minerals classified into the Halides group.
  • Halides group?
  • Yup. Fluorite also has cleavage, meaning it breaks in straight smooth lines. Fluorite has a hardness of 4 on the Moh's hardness scale, and both Diamonds and Turquoise are harder than it. Copper and Sulfur are softer than fluorite.
  • Whoa! It kind of looks like glass. What does that mean?
  • Can Fluorite only be purple?
  • Nope! It can be many more colors! Follow me and I'll show you.
  • Well, when a mineral looks glass it is called being viterous, and fluorite is, its is also non metallic, so it doesn't look like a metal would.
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