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Asbestiform

Asbestiform - An adjective used to describe inorganic materials that possess the form and apperance of asbestos. In the the 1700's asbestiform was used for the fibrous members of the amphibole group only. At that time virtually all asbestos in common use was amphibole-asbestos

Here you will find minerals that posses the form of Asbestos, including some minerals that are Asbestos...and some that are NOT asbestos.

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#070 Uncommon Chrysotile from Blue Ridge Summit PA

#070 Uncommon Chrysotile from Blue Ridge Summit PA

 

Blue Ridge Summit, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Item #070

 

$15.00

 

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NORTH AMERICA|Asbestiform|Serpentine

#057 "Amianthus" Asbestos Sample from Italy

 

Piedmont, Italy

Item #057

 

$10.00

 

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EUROPE|Asbestiform|Amphibole

PAS#030 Loose Asbestos Fibers from the Alps

PAS#030 Loose Asbestos Fibers from the Alps

 

Tyrolese Alps

Item #030

Museum Number 24576

 

$99999.99

 

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EUROPE|Phil. Academy Suite|Asbestiform|Amphibole

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