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Selenite-gypsum

Selenite is a very common sedimentary mineral. It is a sulfate mineral with the chemical formula Hydrated Calcium Sulfate or CaSo42H2,O. It is a form of gypsum and is created by the evaporation of salt water. Selenite at its best is clear and colorless. It can be translucent or transparent. It is used in making plaster and drywall. It is easy to split selenite into thin sheets. We have some nice clear selenite specimens, sand filled hourglass selenite and desert rose, and some frosted selenite rods.
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