Fluorite part 2
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Fluorite is normally purple, like the one you found, green, or yello, but it can also be red, blue, black, or even colorless
There is one last thing that I would like to know. What is Fluorite used for and who uses it?
Oh, thats easy! Fluorite is used in chemical industries, in clear lense peices for cameras and telescopes, and as a source of flourine.
Although Fluorite isn't commonly used in daily life, there are places that you would find it, including at the dentist in the fluoride you use, at the photographers in the camera lenses, and in many chemical plants
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