Glauberite - 5.99
Glauberite Crystal formations from Arizona
Average Size: 3 x 2.5 cm or 1.2 x 1 inches
Average Weight: 0.54 oz
Glauberite: (celestialearthminerals) Glauberite, pronounced GLOW-ber-ite (the first syllable rhymes with “cow”), was recognized as a mineral species in 1808 and named for German alchemist and chemist Johann Rudolf Glauber. Glauberite is collected in Spain, Australia, Chile, Austria, Germany, and the United States (Arizona, California, Utah, New Jersey) Glauberite is a sodium-sulfate-containing mineral that occurs in pseudomorphic forms.