|Category||Objects and fossils|
|Formula CaF2] FLUORITE|
|Ca||Calcium||Alkaline earth metal||51.33%|
Fluorite is a mineral that belongs to the family of halides. It is a mineral composed of an oxide of calcium and fluoride, and it occurs in the form of crystals, which can take on various colors ranging from green to colorless. There are also multicolored crystals, called γιαινόcolifiats. Fluorite forms in subterranean hydrothermal environments, as well as in sedimentary and metamorphic zones. It is produced when Fluorite-rich basaltic lava decays and the fluo-complexes are released and mix with dissolved fluids, forming Fluorite crystals. Fluorite has a wide range of applications. It is commonly used as an industrial catalyst, acting as an additive in various chemical products and also in the ceramics industry. It is also used for the manufacture of optical fibers, optical glass, anti-reflective coatings and flame retardant materials. It is widely used in lithotherapy for its calming action, and to help balance the person as well as for its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties.
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