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Dolomite is a twofold carbonate of calcium and magnesium (CaCO3, MgCO3). It is one of the critical crude materials utilized in the iron and steel, Ferro-composites, glass, amalgam steels, the manure industry, and so on. Dolomite chips are likewise utilized in deck tiles. 
Dolomite is fundamentally the same as the mineral calcite. Calcite is made of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) while dolomite is a calcium magnesium carbonate (CaMg(CO3)2). The most ideal approach to differentiate these minerals one from the other is to think about their hardness and corrosive response. Calcite has a hardness of 3 while dolomite is somewhat harder at 3 1/2 to 4. Calcite is likewise firmly receptive with chilly hydrochloric corrosive, while dolomite will fizz feebly with cool hydrochloric corrosive. 
Dolomite creates an extremely frail response to cool, weaken hydrochloric corrosive; notwithstanding, if the corrosive is warm or if the dolomite is powdered a significantly more grounded corrosive response will be watched. (Powdered dolomite can without much of a stretch be created by scratching it on a streak plate). This makes it an extremely fundamental mineral in our everyday life. 
Dolomite has a Mohs hardness of 3.5 to 4 and is in some cases found in rhombohedral precious stones with bent countenances. Dolomite creates an extremely frail response to chilly, weaken hydrochloric corrosive; notwithstanding, if the corrosive is warm or if the dolomite is powdered a considerably more grounded corrosive response will be watched. (Powdered dolomite can without much of a stretch be delivered by scratching it on a streak plate.).

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