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Dolomite is a type of rock and mineral that is composed primarily of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and magnesium carbonate (MgCO3). It is a sedimentary rock that is formed by the process of sedimentation and subsequent diagenesis (clumping and changes of rocks under the influence of pressure and temperature). Dolomite is usually light gray to yellow in color and often occurs as layers or formations in various geological formations.

Dolomite is widely used as a building material for the production of tiles, tiles, sculptures and other architectural elements. Its hardness and weather resistance make it a suitable material for exterior applications.

In the country, dolomite is also known as a mineral that occurs in some types of rocks and can be rare and aesthetic specimens for mineral collectors. It has different color shades, including white, blue, pink and green variants.

Dolomite also has various industrial uses, such as the production of cement, lime, fertilizers and glass products. It is also used in agriculture as a fertilizer with calcium and magnesium to improve the soil.

In nature, dolomite is formed by the chemical transformation of limestone in the presence of magnesium in a liquid solution. This transformation can take place under the water surface or under the earth's surface in the presence of warm mineral springs and hydrothermal environments.

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