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Halite Crystal

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Specimens of halite crystals from the Boulby mine in Redcar, North Yorkshire, UK. These samples are ideal for mineral collectors as they display an excellent cubic crystal habit. Specimens are available in two colours, clear translucent pieces and samples with a faint orange hue. Supplied two sizes, small pieces are roughly 20 – 45 mm in size whilst large samples are roughly 45 – 65 mm.

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Specimens of halite crystals from the Boulby mine in Redcar, North Yorkshire, UK. Halite (also known as rock salt) is a sodium mineral specimen and variation of salt, it has a cubic crystal habit as well as a vitreous lustre. Colouration can vary, even within the same bed from a deep orange to an almost transparent colour and shades in between. Clay inclusions may also be present, appearing as small brown inclusions within the mineral or on the surface of samples. As a salt mineral, it does indeed have a salty taste, although doing this is not recommended, today, halites main industrial use is that of rock salt or road grit to aid in dissolving ice on roads during the winter time. These specimens are ideal for both educational use and mineral collectors as they display halites cubic crystal habit. Specimens are available in two colours, clear translucent pieces and samples with a faint orange hue. Supplied two sizes, small pieces are roughly 20 – 45 mm in size whilst large samples are roughly 45 – 65 mm.

Weight 100 g
Specimen Size

Clear – Large, Clear – Small, Orange – Small

SKU: CRYST-026 Category:
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