Azurite is a carbonate.
Azurite is a mineral.
Azurite is a compound :)
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Azurite is a mineral. See link below.
Azurite is a mineral and is not classified as a metamorphic, sedimentary or igneous rock.
Azurite is a solid, see attach link.
Azurite is a blue vitreous mineral, a basic copper carbonate.
It is grown in the ground
Yes, azurite is a copper carbonate with the formula Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2.
no it is not it is nonmeltic
The word comes from the Spanish word azul which means blue. The mineral azurite is blue.
silver and gold
Azurite is relatively soft and forms nodular, stalactite prismatic crystals. It is known for its dark blue color. and is a copper mineral.
It can be Malachite or Azurite
In the catwalk canyon in Mexico
protects the tip of the root
The mineral azurite is of limited economic importance, but it is an important surface indicator of underlying copper ore deposits, which could be of significant economic importance.