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2015-05-04 12:23:26

The Natural Sapphire Company of New York congratulates Duchess Kate and the royal family on the birth of their new Princess! NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Announced May 2(nd),

2015-04-09 12:26:33

LONDON, April 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Zircon majors caution that exploration work may need higher prices to be incentivised in face of market growth Leading

2015-03-04 20:21:55

DALLAS, March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As primetime TV's reigning First Lady, actress Bellamy Young dazzles viewing audiences each week.

2015-02-04 23:12:12

The Liquidation Channel announces the return of the Ruby Smackdown. AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) February 04, 2015 Valentine’s Day is just around the corner,

2015-01-20 23:01:34

Topical research study “Titanium Mineral Concentrates: 2014 Market Review and Forecast” elaborated by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd is now available at mcgroup.co.uk.

2014-11-21 23:06:46

The Liquidation Channel announces its first ever Ruby Smackdown. AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) November 21, 2014 With the holiday season just around the corner,

2014-11-15 23:00:57

Recently, UWDress.com, an outstanding dress supplier in the global market, has added a new collection of sapphire evening dresses to its product line. (PRWEB)


Latest Oxide minerals Reference Libraries

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2005-05-26 09:37:09

Limonite Limonite is a ferric hydrate of varying composition, the generic formula is frequently written as FeO(OH)·nH2O, although this is not entirely accurate as Limonite often contains a varying amount of oxide compared to hydroxide. Together with hematite, it is mined as ore for the production of iron. Limonite is heavy and yellowish-brown. It is not a true mineral, however, but a mixture of similar hydrated iron oxide minerals, mostly Goethite. Limonite forms mostly in or near...

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