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dolomite

dolomite (min.) native carbonate of lime and magnesia. XVIII. — F. dolomite, also dolomie, f. name of D. de Dolomieu. French geologist (1750–1801); see -ITE.

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dolomite

dolomite Calcium magnesium carbonate.

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