baryte


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baryte

[′ba‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
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An analogous sandstone-hosted galena-calcite-fluorite mineralization zone is found in the Laisvall area in northern Sweden, where galena, calcite, and baryte act as cementing agents in Vendian and Lower Cambrian sedimentary rocks.
Mineral fillers and extenders include phlogopite mica, platy talc, barytes, and calcium carbonate.
Baryte producer William Buddecke was chauvinistic about barytes, and thought that paint manufacturers should be proud of what they put in their cans.
Il y a aussi de nouveaux produits comme [beaucoup moins que]la bentonite, la baryte, le carbonate de calcium, le marbre et le granite qu'on peut developper localement[beaucoup plus grand que].
The mining leases were picked up by Brough Baryte Company in 1906, followed by the Scordale Baryte, Ltd.
From the Pennsylvanian to the upper Permian, according to these structural data, the main baryte mineralization is emplaced in the High Atlas.
Cracks and fractures in the rock, called faults, filled with mineral-rich fluids which cooled to form veins of lead ore, zinc, fluorite, quartz, baryte, witherite, calcite, limonite and pyrite.
Un autre projet en cours, l'exploitation du gisement de baryte de Bechar, un produit indispensable a l'industrie petroliere.
For example, Scotland turned down applications in the 1990s for the opening of a baryte mine in the Scottish Highlands and a hard rock aggregate super-quarry in the Hebrides in spite of the fact there were proven reserves, markets, local unemployment, and viable mining/quarrying plans.
In addition, significant quantities of industrial minerals, such as fluorspar, baryte, slate and fire clay are produced in Germany.