Sulfates, Chromates, Molybdates, Tungstates

Sulphates, Chromates, Molybdates, Tungstates: Sulphates are very widespread in nature, and count about 230 species. Molybdates and tungstates bring together 13 and 9 fairly widespread species and chromates, 14 fairly rare species. With the exception of gypsum and anhydrite, these minerals don’t form part of the rock composition. This class represents about 10% of the total mineral species.
The most representative minerals are: Anglesite, Anhydrite, Barytine, Brochantite, Caledonite, Celestine, Chalcanthite, Crocotus, Cyanotrichite, Ferberite, Gypsum, Hübnerite, Linarite, Scheelite, Stolzite and Wulfénite.

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