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29 Sep-15:42:17 The mizunaka collection - rhodochrosite (Am Mizunaka)
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  Topic: Possibly hematite?
Aniol Soler

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PostForum: FOR BEGINNERS: What is it? Where is it from?   Posted: Jan 23, 2022 23:45   Subject: Re: Possibly hematite?
You can try scratching a bit of the surface or take a tiny piece somewhere and make it into a powder. If the powder comes out yellowish-brownish its goethite, if it's kind of red its hematite.

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  Topic: Using iron and iron oxide as a green fuel
Aniol Soler

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PostForum: Off-Topic and Introductions   Posted: Jan 20, 2022 13:10   Subject: Re: Using iron and iron oxide as a green fuel
I might not understand it well but, is all this about electrolysis cells? like the ones used in cars to reduce fuel consumption...? because I see the cell on the squeme with pictures of the process. I ...
  Topic: Very nice Amethyst in the Railroad Works in North of Spain
Aniol Soler

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PostForum: The Ten Thousand Club   Posted: Oct 06, 2021 17:28   Subject: Re: Very nice Amethyst in the Railroad Works in North of Spain
Dear James,

Thank you for your advice. Of course we will ask the quarry owner for permission before entering.
I was just wondering if anyone had some more up-to-date information about this local ...
 
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