Aragonite Mineral

Aragonite ClusterAragonite is a white to colorless minerals which has shades of red, yellow, orange, or brown. Fairly soft, aragonite is a 3.5 to 4 on the Mohs Hardness Scale which has a range from 1 (softest) to 10 (hardest), has a glassy to sometimes dull luster and a white streak. Aragonite often forms hexagonal (six sided) crystals which are often twinned. Twinned crystals form when two or more crystals form together. Aragonite is made of calcium carbonate, like calcite, and will fizz in an acid. Nice specimens of aragonite can be found in Spain, Morocco, Englad, France, Mexico and the United States, to name a few places.  Mini Me Geology carries beautiful aragonite clusters.  Get your today!

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