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1.Barite, also called barytes or heavy spar, the most common barium mineral, barium sulfate BaSO 4 Barite occurs in hydrothermal ore veins particularly those containing lead and silver, in sedimentary rocks such as limestone, in clay deposits formed by the weathering of limestone, in marine deposits, and in cavities in igneous rock

2.Oklahoma Rose Rock aka Barite Rose with a Pewter Cherokee Warrior The rock is mounted on a 2" x 2" x 12" polished acrylic base It was made by Joe Timberlake Stine in 1978 and is from the Timberlake Rose Rock Museum in Noble, Cleveland Co, Oklahoma We picked this specimen up at a

3.Barite was precipitated in interconnected voids in the rock, probably from bariumrich marine waters that covered the Permian Garber Sandstone during or shortly after its deposition about 250 million years ago

4.The barite rosette or "rose rock" has been the state rock of Oklahoma since House Bill 1277 was approved by the Oklahoma legislature on April 8, 1968, and was signedLearn More Baryte: Baryte mineral information and data

5.The Fancy Hill Gap Mountain Barite DepositsA Summary of Available Data In 1984, the Arkansas Geological Commission, now the Arkansas Geological Survey, was contacted by Mr Ferrell Gale, the site geologist working for Milchem Incorporated

6.spells it as "barite" as well as popular magazines like "Rock Gem Magazine" and popular books like "The Complete Guide to Rocks Minerals" Controversy began in 1978 with new policy decisions from the IMA From 19591978 the IMA International Mineralogical Association spelled it as "barite" and then changed the spelling to "baryte" in 1978

7.The mineral Barite, also called Baryte, whose chemical formulae is BaSO4, is a barium sulfate mineralThis class of minerals is inclusive of Celestine, Barite, Anhydrite and Anglestine Barite, which is the main source of barium is either colorless or normally white in color

8.ATTRIBUTES: Barite is a commonly occurring mineral that forms attractive iron red clusters and circular "Desert Rose" flowers of concentric bladed crystals Barite symbolizes the realization that all things are possible and is an excellent stone for use in healing the earth

9.In the US, deep honeycolored tall Barite crystals come from Elk Creek, Meade County, South Dakota It is found with Fluorite in Cave In Rock, Hardin Co, Illinois; and large white ballshaped aggregates come from the Elmwood Mine, Smith Co, Tennessee Bright yellow Barite clusters come from the Meikle Mine, Elko Co, Nevada

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