Dolomite is a light colored mineral found in rocks (sedimentary rocks) form which then converted into granules, stones, powder and crystals to use in agricultural, domestic and industrial uses.
Dolomite Powder – “A source of magnesia” with multiple uses :-
To neutralize the strong acids and bases when reacted with salt.
To feed livestock like a horse, as it is natural and rich source of calcium and magnesium.
As a raw material for the producing glass, ceramics and bricks
Dolomite Marble – Magnesium Carbonate Source
Dolomite Marbles are large and thick marbles made of cutting and polishing up with Dolomite Stones to shine. This marble is stronger than other marbles and are best to manufacture kitchen and other countertops.
Dolomite Marbles look great and do not crack with the effect of any heat and pressure.
Dolomite as a Fertilizer :-
Used to balance the acidity and Ph level of soil
Used to improve the natural properties and to restore them within the soil.
Used to rise up the growth of fruit plants having more number of seeds, as these plants need more calcium that dolomite can provide them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q.1 What is the difference between Dolomite and Limestone?
Dolomite is a less solid than Limestone. Moreover, Dolomite consists of calcium magnesium carbonate while Limestone consists of calcium carbonate mineral. Sand, silt and clay can be found in Limestone, but not commonly in Dolomite.
Q.2 Where is Dolomite found in India?
Dolomite is mostly found in Andhra Pradesh which is about 23 %. In Odisha and Madhya Pradesh, it is 13%, 9% respectively. The remaining 18% was jointly shared by Gujarat, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.