Fluorite is a mineral composed of calcium fluoride. It is known for its wide range of colours, including purple, blue, green, yellow, colourless, brown, pink, black, and reddish-orange. This mineral typically forms in hydrothermal veins, often associated with metallic minerals, and in sedimentary rocks. Significant sources include China, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, and the United States.
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